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Lots of similarities to Wisconsin and Illinois, and it looks like Illinois is going to elect a Republican Governor in just over 60 days. Once you get outside of Cook County, the make-up of the state does shift more conservative, with a few notable pockets like Rockford, Decatur, and Peoria that lean more blue collar/liberal. Where I don't hold out a lot of hope is to see Scott Walker reforms coming to Springfield. It would be great, but the gerrymandering of the legislative districts to favor the urban areas won't allow things like eliminating collective bargaining for state employees or passing RTW...
Not Schaumburg. Covers the towns of Elk Grove, Mount Prospect, Rolling Meadows, Wheeling, Arlington Heights, and Buffalo Grove. It's split about 40% blue collar, 40% white collar, and probably 20% retirees.
Not Schaumburg. Covers the towns of Elk Grove, Mount Prospect, Rolling Meadows, Wheeling, Arlington Heights, and Buffalo Grove. It's split about 40% blue collar, 40% white collar, and probably 20% retirees.
I graduated from District 214, and this isn't just in Illinois, but it's in Cook County... If they don't want it, imagine what would happen if districts in GOP strongholds had the guts to drop the Federal funding...
Good luck with the executive order action.... Now that they have Catholic Charities working as a contractor to deal with the "humanitarian crisis" of illegals, they'll be forced to comply with the contraceptive mandate as a federal contractor?
Why not force SNAP participants to only buy foods deemed acceptable by Michelle Obama for her school lunch program?...
Interesting that nobody bothered to mention Herman Cain, Larry Elder or James T Harris (who has had Katie Pavlich on several times...). Oh well.
Matthews wants to instill fear in the voters, and tell them how bad it will be under the Republicans? Meanwhile, just about everything that the Republicans said would happen HAS happened. The black community is already waking up and realizing that they're twice as likely to be unemployed as illegal aliens are. And that's happened under the Democrats watch.
USA! USA!.... Oh, wait.
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Correction: Abortion Lawsuit-NC story

Eric2939 Wrote: Jan 17, 2014 7:47 PM
This is a free speech issue, and yet when a a doctor or pharmacist of faith wants to exercise their free speech by referring a patient seeking abortion or Day After medication to another physician or pharmacist is considered unethical? This is free speech, and yet a baker or photographer not wanting to perform services for a same-sex ceremony is considered discrimination? What a messed up world we've become. Apparently free speech only matters when it's not faith based.
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