Tuesday, October 17, 2006

The Capitol Fax Blog has a good quote from Tuesday...

From Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr (mayoral contender?) with regards to Gov. Blagojevich and his gubernatorial campaign this year. It's not sounding good for the governor...
U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., a probable candidate for Chicago mayor who has blasted contracting and hiring scandals at City Hall, complained today about alleged corruption surrounding the office of Gov. Rod Blagojevich.

“I have not made an endorsement yet in the governor’s race, and I am very concerned about the example that is being set in that office,” Jackson said at a meeting with the Tribune’s editorial board. […]

“I believe that what is taking place with Mr. Rezko has greatly contributed to lack of voter enthusiasm in the current contest, and that it is very damaging to our democracy,” Jackson said. “Qualified and very capable people…will not win because voters won’t show up because of behavior at the top.

“What implosion at the top of the ticket does for qualified people who are knocking on doors and trying to get signatures and get petitions is devastating,” the congressman asserted. “People at the top of the ticket have an obligation to people at the bottom.”
Also at Illinoize, Bill Barr pulls a comment made from that Capitol Fax post and it's something to consider.

Obama, Jackson, Emmanuel, and Rush are in the process of taking over the Democrat Party in Illinois. Jackson will beat Daley the next time around. None of the four have any use for Blagojevich. This is the first public step in the dumping of Blagojevich by the gang of 4 plus Meeks that will keep the African American vote for Blago at a minimum. The Governor is dead!!! Mayor Daley is on life support and the gang of 4 are looking for the plug to the respirator!!!
I don't know if Daley is on life support, but I have no doubt about Blagojevich. He may not get as much of the black vote as he might have in '02. Still these are interesting days are they not?

I just don't know how this current election is going to turn out though. Statewide or in Cook County.

ADDITION: The quote from Jesse Jackson, Jr was in the Tribune.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The most recent Zogby poll, published in the Wall Street Journal, shows Rich Whitney, the Green Party's candidate for Illinois Governor, at 11.3% and growing. He has already broken into the double digits! I'm voting for Whitney.

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