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Lech Walesa in Chicago

Andrew Breitbart 30 January 2010 2 Comments


  • Philip S. Krone said:

    Thank God the election is Tuesday. There is one Republican who is a good person and well qualified, another who is an empty suit and a few others, but Adam would be a game changer in November. Quinn is not electable, but if I were Hynes, on Tuesday I would say thank God Adam Adrezjewski was not nominated. He will be Chairman of my Ethics Board if I am elected.

    If the primary were being held on Febraury 16 I would bet on him winning. But it’s not and he probably won’t. I’m for Hynes regardless of who is nominated but Adam is the person I would least like to run against.

  • IL Voter said:

    Adam has a very good chance of winning this primary. I think he has an even better chance of winning the general.

    Adrzejewski’s ideas are very attainable, only requiring executive order to employ. Other candidates require legislative action to get their plans in place. There is no logic in expecting a corrupt body to vote for reform.

    Adam’s first phase of action, which gives us the greatest impact, consists of the forensic audit and the real-time web publishing of the check register and audit results. This gets kicked off via executive order, and is certain to set the stage for many indictments.

    The second phase will kick in after the exposure of the assembly is in place, and employ the reform actions that require legislation, such as term limits and the recall amendment.

    Show Adam Andrzejewski your support on Feb 2nd. He is the only action oriented candidate we have – the rest of these guys are all talk. For more information visit http://adamforillinois.com

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