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  • It's not a bad thing to be called a neo-con,I've been called worse.Good for Justice Roberts,I thought that was a little strange.As a union member I don't like the road organized labor is taking,I know there are many more who think along the same line as myself.2700 pages? I can only imagine what else is hidden in there.I've read some of that bill and almost threw my laptop out the window.I like how madigan wants the republicans in on the pain of raising taxes ,all 3 of them. Why don't they understand the concept of staying on budget,if you can't get out.

  • Since the comment function of your Art Turner post is fouled up, I'll post this reply to it here
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    Daley got behind Turner today, because "Turner came in second." However, I asked this question to N'Digo and got no answer: What about Daley telling Forrest Claypool to get behind Todd Stroger, because he won and Claypool lost?

    A different kind of racism, hypocrisy, or situational ethics? Why are you getting on that bandwagon?

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