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Lee Daniels, Gene Mullins On Shootout

Chicago Daily Observer 12 September 2010 3 Comments

Please join Tom Roeser, the chairman of the editorial board of the Chicago Daily Observer as he welcomes Lee Daniels, former speaker of the Illinois House and distinguished professor at Elmhurst College and Eugene Mullins, spokesman for Cook County Board President Todd Stroger on Political Shootout TONIGHT at 8PM on WLS-AM 890.

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  • Joseph Cook said:

    Mullins brings a different perspective about the political arena.

    Makes very interesting talk!! He is very bright

  • Mike Buck said:

    Does Mullins live in Chicago? Maybe he should throw his hat in the Mayoral ring. Yes, he’s a top notch practitioner of sophistry, but the guy is genial and extraordinarily intelligent. He would certainly be an interesting candidate and maybe a serviceable Mayor.

    As for the rumors that American Spectator founder R. Emmett Tyrrell is contemplating a run for Mayor of Chicago, I suspect that such a run, if it occurs, will be along the lines of William F. Buckley’s run for Mayor of New York in 1965….an excercise in educating the electorate rather than a genuine effort of office seeking. Tyrrell is devoid of administrative experience at a governmental level and without significant Chicago connections, but blessed with wit and highly articulate. And if he still pals around with his long time drinking buddy, the eccentric John (Baron) Von Kannon, he will have the most entertaining press secretary in the campaign.

  • John Powers said:

    Great to hear Mullins call out Michael Shakman. So Mr. Shakman, any response to Gene Mullins? He sure sounds confident in his counter-claims to your press release (that the incumbent media put out in their dedication to “honest” journalism)


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