Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Blagojevich Announces Senate Replacement

According to the New York Times, (criminal) Illinois governor Rod R. Blagojevich announced at a 3pm (eastern time) press conference that former state attorney general Roland Burris will be filling the Senate seat vacated by president-elect Obama.

The article goes on to explain that:
Senate leaders had indicated they would not accept anyone whom the beleaguered Mr. Blagojevich had appointed.
So don't get too comfortable just yet Mr. Burris, because with the way things are now, it looks like you'll never see a day in the life of a U.S. Senator. The issues to be had are not directed towards Mr. Burris, but Governor Blagoevich. Any choice from a corrupt politician such as he is not something to hold in high regard.

Lt. Governor Pat Quinn will be holding a press conference regarding the appointment at 4pm (eastern).

Read the full NYT article here.

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