Why did the Illinois Republicans lose the Governor's race in 2010? Who should be blamed for the disastrous election results for the Illinois Republicans in 2012? If Illinois Republicans really believe in accountability, would State House Republican Leader Tom Cross and Senate Republican Leader Chris Radogno get to keep their positions as Republican leaders?
Would CEOs who led their firms into bankruptcy in the private sector get to keep their positions? If not,why are Radogno and Cross still at the top of the State GOP?
Can the bad map and redistricting explain all of the State GOP's woes? Did the Republicans in Illinois have a good message in 2012? If so, why did they lose so badly?
Is the State GOP insane? Will it do the same thing in 2014 as it has been doing for the last decade and expect different results. Isn't that the definition of insanity: continuing to do the same thing and expecting different outcomes?
What specific solutions did Illinois Republican Party candidates propose in 2012 to solve the Illinois government employee pension mess? Did the Republican Party candidates try to get away with just proposing much? Did they get their just reward?
Is there a State GOP brand? What is it? If there isn't one, is that why the State GOP candidates did so poorly in 2012? Are the Illinois Republican gubernatorial candidates for 2014 about to make the same mistake?
Should WFLD's Anna Devlantes run for Governor in the Illinois Republican Primary? Could she win the primary and beat Pat Quinn?
To get answers to these and many other questions, watch State GOP Chairman Pat Brady debate and discuss the issues with madman and show host Jeff Berkowitz on Tonight's City of Chicago edition of Public Affairs, airing throughout the City at 8:30 pm on Cable Ch. 21 [CANTV].
You can also watch the show tonight with Pat Brady at 8:30 pm on Comcast Cable Ch. 19 in ten North Shore suburbs: Bannockburn, Deerfield, Ft. Sheridan, Glencoe, Highland Park, Highwood, Kenilworth, Lincolnshire, Riverwoods and Winnetka ?