From a Bill Albracht press release:
“. . . I believe the State of Illinois should take [Thomson] prison off the market and run it in a responsible manner, as initially intended. I believe Illinois should lease out half of the space in the facility to house out-of-state prisoners and fill the remaining half with inmates from the in-state prisons. This will generate significant revenue for Illinois from the federal government, and it will also alleviate some of the overcrowding currently taking place in Illinois state prisons.”
Here is the problem with electing Politburo candidates: they have deliberately placed themselves on the sidelines waiting for the signal from the Politburo they could be The One. So they have no incentive to think outside the box, because in order to succeed, they must be conformists and march lockstep with the status quo.
No matter who the RICO Politburo decides to run for state senate in their dirty backroom deal, their candidate will not possess any ability whatsoever to bring original or creative thinking to state government.