Monday, February 6, 2017


Kellyanne Conway 
"I misspoke one word." -- Chicago Tribune
Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly
Respectfully but firmly, the retired general told Bannon that despite his high position in the White House and close relationship with President Trump, the former Breitbart chief was not in Kelly’s chain of command. -- Washington Post
Donald Trump tells O'Reilly...
 “There are a lot of killers. We have a lot of killers. Well, you think our country is so innocent?” -- Washington Post. 
Susana Mendoza
IL Comptroller Susana Mendoza
“We are now going into a third year without that balanced budget proposal. He hasn’t done it once. He hasn’t done it twice. As a result of that, my office is responsible for having to pay $11.2 billion in bill backlogs. That’s how bad of a situation we’re in. We’ve had six downgrades to our credit since Gov. Rauner has taken office." -- Chicago Tribune
Jim Durkin, Rauner's House leader threatens AFSCME families
"But the fact is, if you cross him... if you do that, you're crossing a governor who's, I think he's going to do what he thinks is best at the end of the day, which is not going to be in the best interests of AFSCME members and their families and loved ones." -- Chicago Tribune
Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R., Alaska)
“I have heard from thousands—truly thousands—of Alaskans who shared their concerns about Mrs. DeVos. They’ve contacted me by phone, by e-mail, in person.” -- Wall Street Journal
Michael Petrilli, conservative think-tanker on DeVos' blunder
"It's impossible to argue that most online charter schools are high-performing because most are performing abysmally." Petrilli should know. He once worked for K12 Inc.,. -- NPR


  1. What Rauner thinks is best is NEVER in the best interests of any person, worker, or family in Illinois. It is only in the best interest of his buddies and himself. The top .01 percenters want to destroy as much government as possible. No public schools, no museums, no artisan shops, no help for the folks that need it, only tax breaks for the rich and the large businesses who demand money from the state - and get it.

  2. Turns out, Kellyanne didn't "misspoke one word". She's actually a career, serial liar. This wasn't the first time she raised the bloody specter of the Bowling Green Massacre. During a phone interview conducted with Cosmopolitan on Jan. 29, Conway referred to "the masterminds behind the Bowling Green massacre".


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