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Economic Downturn Proves Brady’s Small Business Credentials

Thomas F. Roeser 24 April 2010 One Comment

News that Republican gubernatorial nominee Bill Brady’s financial losses meant that he has been spared from paying federal or state income taxes as was legally justified for a realtor who suffered huge losses during the recession should be a plus for him. To put it baldly…in an ugly-stated truism from the 1930s: You can’t take pants off a bare a–. Thus he is the perfect embodiment of Illinois citizen who has been demanding curtailment of state spending. His 2008 income was negative…as in loss…$116,679.

And if Old Watery Eyes Quinn condemns Quinn using his favorite cliché talk of not helping everyday working ordinary citizens in the Land of Lincoln carry the load that the people’s government needs to expect to hear from Brady was eaking out his work in the private sector, not principally in the public which Quinn, festooned with a mansion, limo, driver and countless aides does. Simply put so that Simple Quinn can understand it: The average everyday member of working, ordinary and regular families don’t have those luxuries in this Land of Lincoln either, Pat so dry your eyes, lower them from their upraised hypocritical pleading to the heavens and remember that you got where you are as the consort of a crook who got you into power…and about whom you had little bad to say until the heat got on… and who on leaving legateed you with these comforts.


Tom Roeser is the Chairman of the Editorial Board of the Chicago Daily Observer

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