Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

Now that I’m sorta getting back into Illinois politics, I thought I would create a new link category called Illinois Elections 2014.

So when I was Googling various websites of potential candidates and not so legit blogs about Why I Hate Schilling, Why I Hate Reyes, Why I Hate Whoever, I came across this link from Rich Miller entitled Schilling Research Book.

Dear readers, I know you know this stuff is out there, but this is the first time it is out there for all to see.

So SEE—and be unimpressed. Schilling is too moderate, too extreme, a flip-flopper—anything Cheri Bustos wants him to be.

But the larger picture here is that anyone thinking about running for public office should consider what Roto-Rooting you and your family will endure if you make that decision.

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Author: qcexaminer

None of your damned business.

5 thoughts on “Why We Can’t Have Nice Things”

  1. Why is this surprising? Both parties have researchers that compile these reports for their campaigns. They’ve been doing it for decades. Big deal. Fun to read though.

  2. Not surprised these things exist—just that they are on the internet since they are supposed to be private, not public information.

  3. I wonder which Democrat Schilling voted for in 2004? Not that I would judge him like his clan would judge someone else, but curious nonetheless.

  4. Well ricogop, I assume Schilling voted for certain Democrats as late as the ’10 election—but hey, I’m not judging either, since I also vote for some Democrats—even in Texas!

    So I do hope Schilling isn’t intending to run some sort of GOP Purity Test in the primary.

    Wouldn’t be prudent.

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