Here in Chicago our genius Royal Highness Richard the Second sold off our parking meters to a private company in an incredibly bad deal. Now this same company is suing the City of Chicago for lost income for times and days that were always free.

Not to be outdone, the State of Illinois hired a private company to manage our lottery. They promised they could bring in 100 million and only came up 50 million short. I am waiting for them to sue us for the other 50 million.

Our new mayor just Rahmed thru more giveaways to his buddys.

Who needs Republicans when you got these morons.

By the way, taxpayers are still picking up the tab for the ex-mayors CHICAGO POLICE BODYGAURDS. I dont know who wants to hurt him but I think the rich little man can afford to pay for his own ego.

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Laborisgood 3 years 40 weeks ago
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How about King Richard the 2nd's one month enrollment in the state legislature pension program to increase his pension by $50,000 per year:

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/kass-daley-pension-deal,0,4834820.column

I'm surprised all the conservatives out there haven't had a field day on this one. It is recent news and Cons are a little slow on the uptake.

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