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Governor Rod Blagjevich is giving his closing arguments as I write this. He is attempting to paint a picture of his concern for citizens and obtaining flu shots when in fact he used his position as governor to gain power and money for himself. From the Chicago Tribune website, January 29, 2009 “Closing arguments under way at Blagojevich’s impeachment trial 10:56 a.m. Blagojevich won’t stick around; Quinn in the wings Blagojevich will leave the Senate and the statehouse immediately after his closing argument to return home on a state aircraft,Read More


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The Impeachment Trial of Governor Rod Blagojevich of IL is expected to conclude on Thursday, January 29, 2009. The senate prosecutor will provide his closing statement and Rod Blagojevich has announced that he will provide a closing argument. It is believed that Blagojevich will be allowed to attend. Listen to Blagojevich Impeachment Trial


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** Breaking News Below ** First the good news, The Chicago Tribune provided good coverage of the Tony Rezko trial and actually provided some articles critical of Obama and Blagojevich. Now for the bad news. The Chicago Tribune endorsed Obama and like most of the MSM participated in slobbering over the “messiah”. Now for the latest statement from the Tribune that leaves one in a state of jaw dropping incredulity: “We don’t know about the members of the Illinois Senate. But we’ve heard enough.” Ya think!!!! The Chicago Tribune, locatedRead More