Monday, December 15, 2008
Blagojevich Run Around Follies
The Blagojevich run around follies, over the selling of Obama’s vacated senate seat, continue unabated, today, with nothing new being said about who said what to whom and when it may or may not have been said, as the muzzles put in place have not been removed by the powers that be and the muzzled, like well trained dogs, are in an extended “sit, stay” position. Good doggies.
The most recent article I’ve read regarding this, from the Wall Street Journal, Emanuel, Blagojevich Aides Discussed Senate Seat, with an subsidary headline of After Election, Obama Team Relayed List of Acceptable Candidates; No Evidence There Was Any Illegal Quid Pro Quo, for legal purposes I’m certain, does have one rather humorous quote embedded within, though, uttered by Republican Congressman-elect Aaron Schock, which is as follows.
“You can’t put a price tag on good government.”
Well, I don’t know about that, Schock, Obama put a price tag on “good government,” and it was around $1 billion dollars. How much did it cost you, Schock, for your seat in congress, and are you, Schock, representative of “good government”?