Wednesday, December 10, 2008

More Blagojevich goodies

Yeah I want to continue what I started last night and hopefully move onto other stories in other posts.

First let's start with the Broken Heart of Roger's Park on their Democratic committeeman David Fagus repudiating Gov. Blagojevich. Of course the funny thing here is that Fagus backed the Governor handily once upon a time.

Clous City ponders on how long Rod Blagojevich can resist the pressure that's been placed upon him having been arrested yesterday. There have been calls on him to resign.

Marathon Pundit talks about Lt. Gov. Pat Quinn. Should the governor be impeached or resign or somehow removed from office Quinn will certainly take his place. The Governor could remove himself although temporarily and Quinn could become acting governor.

"Free my Rod" from Mechanics.

From Real Clear Politics:

- Governor Blagojevich, resign - Tribune and Note this cartoon from the link

- Illinois Has Long Been For Sale - Dennis Byrne
- Roll Over, Abe Lincoln - NY Times
- Can Obama Escape the Taint of Blagojevich? - Time
- The Chicago Way, on Tape - Wall Street Journal

Mark Brown says that the Governor using the insanity defense wouldn't be his craziest idea.

Rich Miller says that nothing can stop the Governor except impeachment. Who will succeed Obama can wait for now.

Embattled Ill. gov. could still fill Senate seat - Black Politics on the Web

Video - Analysis - What's next for Blagojevich from WBBM-TV.

Video - Former state Attorney General Jim Ryan talks about the Blagojevich case also on WBBM-TV

Windy Citizen says that the Serbian-American community isn't very happy with Governor Blagojevich's antics at this time. - What Jake Tapper Doesn't Know About What Obama Knew

Video - Judy Baar Topinka talks about the news of Blagojevich's indictment on FOX News Chicago

It’s time to scuttle Blago’s pirate ship of state - Rockford Register Star (Hat-tip CapFax)

Our bleeping governor must quit now - Southtown

Introduction to Illinois Politics - Puncinello's Chronicles: Explains how Illinois politics really works thru a corruption tainted lens.

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