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  • January 23rd, 2009 at 3: 38 pm rod blagojevich is john wayne. out in illinois, a man solves his own problems. dannity Says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Blago’s Metaphor

  • Labels: blagojevich, impeachment, nbc today show, pay to play

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Labels: blagojevich, illinois corruption comments:

    Blagojevich's Evidence Break-In

  • Labels: blagojevich, illinois housing development authority, pay to play, roland burris

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Labels: daley corruption, i'm a celebrity, illinois corruption, patty blagojevich, reality shows

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • | Reply | Permalink the logic is understandable, but it's mostly a game of misdirection. just because governor blagojevich didn't attempt to sell the seat to a friend of president-elect obama through obama, doesn't mean the governor didn't try to sell it to anyone else. this doesn't change much of anything, especially since pat fitzgerald remarked at the press conference that the president-elect was not involved and is not implicated in any wrongdoing.

    Blago To Use Obama Team's Internal Report As Defense Against Impeachment

  • | Reply | Permalink right now, it will seem like it took a long time for president-elect obama to finally come out and say that gov. blagojevich should resign, but in the coming days and weeks, it will appear as a measured and reasonable response.

    Obama Calling On Blago To Resign

  • Mark --Thanks Cindi and back to talking about blagojevich, still has no answers.

    Closing statements

  • Shameless Blagojevich is guilty of talking too much blagojevich-verdict-guilty-governoraf20100817

    chicagotribune.com -

  • Out of no where you became president~I bet you have something to do with blagojevich too.

    VOA News: Top Stories

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  • See malfeasance.

    December 16, 2008

  • The name of the most recent corrupt Illinois governor appears to be well on its way to becoming a byword. Taking off from David Letterman's coinage of the verb "to blagojevich" (he said the governor was charged with "one count of bribery, one count of fraud and one count of Blagojeviching"), the Chicago Tribune has this suggestion:

    "We can come up with a working definition: Blagojevich (bluh-GOY-uh-vich) noun. a scandalous person —verb 1 to damage or cheapen 2 to complain —adj., adv. (Vulgar Slang) 1 bleeping. But would anyone use it?"

    December 16, 2008