That's according to this blogger in his post, "My Condolences to governors to-be." He lumps Illinois in with California and New York--states that did not
participate in the Republican wave. "But in short order, the Democrats who won may not feel like winners," he said. He continues:
Illinois's race had the thinnest margin of the three, and yet the "winner", Gov. Quinn, calls this a mandate to raise taxes. Oooooookay.
So what's up in Illinois as of right now? As noted in a prior post, there are signs of a death spiral -- cashing out of assets. In lieu of scraping up necessary cash, they've been working on =borrowing= the necessary contributions.
But it's stalled. It could change, but I'm not hopeful. When the
"responsible" move is to put an IOU in the pension fund....this is not a
As I noted before, Daley is getting out of Chicago
right before all the money is gone. Too bad Quinn is too stupid to see
the signal. Maybe Rahm will get lucky and find residency requirements
preclude him from running. Oh darn.