Schilling Gets Results!


“U.S. Reps. Cheri Bustos…and Dave Loebsack…have joined other lawmakers calling for the resignation of Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki.”


Author: qcexaminer

None of your damned business.

12 thoughts on “Schilling Gets Results!”

  1. So are you done posting “Flawless” since you said we can’t post repetitive garbage over and over again?

  2. Well that depends if Schilling lives up to The Flawless ™ or not.

    If not, expect relentless, “repetitive” mockery. 😀

  3. So it is OK for you to mock repetitively but not me.

    I guess I need to come up with great ideas like “Beef Frank Suppers”

  4. Mr. F-B I surmise you are new here and were not present for tutorials during my years of blogging while in Illinois, so here ya go one more time:

    1. QC Examiner is not a democracy

    2. QC Examiner is not a republic

    3. QC Examiner is not a group blog

    4. QC Examiner is a dictatorship

    5. I am Hitler.

    Got it? 😀

  5. Congressperson Cheri Bustos does it again.

    Pressure from Bustos and other bipartisan Congresspeople pressured Secretary Shinseki to resign.

    Thank You Congressperson Bustos for having the bipartisan courage to take this fight to the Secretary.

    Ed. Note: In the future, please try to control your urge for drive-by sloganeering. Thanks.

  6. So finally those seeking the end to the Bustos reign of nothingness can rest as the Flawless has started and everyone can expect the overthrow of the current RICO Progressive Tyrant?


    (Ever wonder if the “RICO” in RICO Democrat Party has any correlation with the RICO ACT? It sure seems it must with all the recent RICO Party legal tribulations lately.)

  7. Personally I do think RICO ACT has more to do with the RICO Republican Party than the local Democrat Party.

    As recently pointed out by Rock Island County Board Chairman Phil Banaszek, D-Moline, Republican Party Boss Bill Bloom was a member of “the Moline Housing Authority Board that misappropriated almost $1 million in Federal HUD Funds”

    Mr. Banaszek’s charge relates to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development request in early 2012 that the MHA return $985,000 in federal money that HUD alleged had been improperly spent.

    The money was part of a $1.2 million grant awarded in 2009. The grant was awarded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, President Obama’s economic stimulus bill.

    Mr. Bloom,worked for U.S. Rep. Bobby Schilling, R-Colona, while he sat on the MHA board, and “As a director for a standing congressman you think he (Mr. Bloom) would have been informed on federal HUD funds being appropriated or misappropriated,” said Mr. Banaszek.

    “This compromised, reckless disregard in handling taxpayers dollars cannot be tolerated,” Mr. Banaszek said.

  8. Well after reading this I’m glad we elected Broom as chair b/c people “didn’t like Steffen”. It’s like voting for a person for student congress in grade school. It’s a popularity contest.

    I was unaware Broom worked for Schilling? When did that happen?

  9. I had heard that Schilling was behind Bill Bloom becoming the Republican Party boss but I did not know that Bloom worked for Schilling.

    The GOP is and always has been the good old boys club.

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