Governor Rod Blagojevich Actions Not His Fault
Chicago-Well we finally have something other than the economy to discuss. Rod Blagojevich. For months now the FBi has been suspicious of this man because how many men at his age still have this much hair?
As Jon Stewart said last night on “The Daily Show”–what is written under there that he doesn’t want us to see? Well, I for one think that we are all being a little too hard on Mr. Blagosdfkwe=whatever. Although–he is no stranger to corruption discussions. In 2005 he was investigated as part of a scheme to steer pension plans from the State to his large campaign contributors. But as he said then–he knew nothing about that.
Then, of course there were those silly rumors that he was actually gay. But that is just plain ridiculous.
The reality is, the Governor was not breaking the law. Sure he is being charged with tons of crimes including bribery and corruption, but he is right that the “bleeping” Senate office left vacant President-Elect Obama is a “bleeping” important office and it shouldn’t be simply given away for “bleeping” free. After all–the economy is in the tank and how can Illinois afford to have a Governor that cannot afford to feed his own family. I mean look at the tiny house he lives in:
Pathetic. Why I would rather sleep in a cardboard box–at least I would have my dignity. Plus his salary is a little over a paltry $177K per year–not even “rich” under Obama’s standards. It is such a shame–with the economy hurting and organized crime needing their payoffs in Chicago, even Oprah is stressed and laying on the weight again.
So are we to condemn this man–this friend of our new President, for a couple of poor decisions related to finances?
I say “No”–let’s look instead at the real problem. Of course, there is the underlying issue of the “failed policies of the Bush administration” that is the cause of our financial woes (not the mortgage crises or unions or socialist policies of the left)–But the real problem–the root of all of our current angst and anxiety-
The root of all evil and the example of all things wrong with our society:
Yes, the BCS–it is clear that if we had a playoff system, or if UT was rightfully playing for the National Championship, then we would not have Governors of States like Illinois making such irrational decisions. Clearly, this disruption in the natural order of things has caused poor Blogaofeviehsasdfasdthek to not think clearly and to say things he must not mean.
So join with me in anticipating the Democrat response–blame Bush (obviously)–but let’s blame the real culprits–after all we do not live in a society where personal responsibility means anything–so in anticipating the need for a scapegoat–I offer the BCS…and of course, the Oklahoma Sooners.
(if you would like to donate to the Blogovsicheisgheih criminal defense fund–just send it directly to the “Office of the President Elect” if you can locate such an office–after all–the US believes Obama can spend our money better than we can ourselves–I’m sure this is no exception)