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Monday, January 12, 2009

Face the Nation (and Illinois) | Dick Durbin Flip-Flops on Previous Flip-Flop(s); Roland Burris Defends Roland Burris



Face the Nation with Bob Schiefer
Dick Durbin, Roland Burris
January 11, 2009 | 13:35

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Now here's a man of real conviction. How encouraging to know that Illinois has his guidance. Wheres the outrage?

Anonymous said...

Hey Dick, make up your f,n mind.

Anonymous said...

And now Puff will bring the one and only Carol Browner to his cabint....an avowed socialist.....where's the OUTRAGE where's the leadership?

Anonymous said...

A senior U.S. Senator who is a professional bull---- artist, who takes out of both sides of his mouth. A junior U.S. Senator that does not exist. A corrupt Governor who tries to shakedown a Children's Hospital. Illinois is a national embarrassment.

Anonymous said...

You could not make up this stuff. Talk about a soap opera. The people of this nation should be outraged and need to vote out every corrupt politician. The "change you can believe in" moves from Chicago-style Democratic machine politics to Washington DC. Sec of State White said that he, Roland Burris, Danny Davis and the other Democrats had agreed after Blago was arrested that they would not take part in the fiasco of him appointing anyone to this Senate seat. Then the Democrats including Obama became afraid they would lose the seat to a Republican, so they went back on their promise. Instead of "change you can believe in" it is now "lies you can't believe in" God help us.

Anonymous said...

Burris in his conference to the press did not give one ounce of graditude to Blago. When he was asked about Blago appointing him, all he said was the governor did his duty. How fast he forget who got him there. Just take, take, take.

Anonymous said...

Take, take, take is all any politician does. Thats why they run. Next time you vote remember not to vote for the incumbant. Start with a clean slate. Where's the leadership, where's the outrage?