December 30, 2008

Blago-Burris Wrap Up…For Today
— DrewM

There have been a couple of late developments to catch up on.

Obama took time from his vacation to speak about the man who may replace him. He’s not happy but he’s being very careful about it.

"Roland Burris is a good man and a fine public servant, but the Senate Democrats made it clear weeks ago that they cannot accept an appointment made by a governor who is accused of selling this very Senate seat. I agree with their decision, and it is extremely disappointing that Governor Blagojevich has chosen to ignore it. I believe the best resolution would be for the Governor to resign his office and allow a lawful and appropriate process of succession to take place. While Governor Blagojevich is entitled to his day in court, the people of Illinois are entitled to a functioning government and major decisions free of taint and controversy," said President-elect Obama.

Next, the Illinois Secretary of State admits there’s really nothing he can do about the appointment.

"We've been doing a little research on this, and its a little nebulus," White's Press Secretary David Druker told First Read. "We do think the governor can still bring it to the U.S. Senate" without White's signature.

He added, "I guess you could say it was a moral stand."

A ‘moral stand’ in Chicago politics? Sure, okay.

And finally…can Harry Reid actually follow through and refuse to seat Burris based on Article I, Section 5 of the Constitution? One of NRO’s legal guys says probably not.

Blagojevich has thumbed his nose at the entire Democratic establishment in Chicago and DC, while one of Chicago’s leading black figures makes seating Burris sound even more important than Obama’s election to the presidency, all while helping Blago with a key constituent group. That’s not a bad day for a guy facing federal criminal charges and a pending impeachment proceeding.

You've got give it to Blago…when he moves, he slices like a fuckin’ hammer.

Posted by: DrewM at 03:49 PM | Comments (90)
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1

obama's a raaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacist!!!

That's right motherfuckers!

Posted by: Ginger at December 30, 2008 03:55 PM (wSeJE)

2 Don't forget that the Governor's General Counsel also bugged out, possibly to avoid having to litigate this action (or would that be the AG?).

Posted by: cthulhu at December 30, 2008 03:56 PM (N4wEA)

3 Tain't no morality in the Chicago machine.  But it's kinda nice watching these folks slice and dice each other.  We're getting a preview of the crapola that's headed to D.C.  

Posted by: Michael J. Myers at December 30, 2008 03:59 PM (LZ3cP)

4

I agree with their decision, and it is extremely disappointing that Governor Blagojevich has chosen to ignore it.

You're fucked, dude. Mafioso style.

Posted by: ErikW at December 30, 2008 03:59 PM (hKtiw)

5 Man oh man I am loving this. I think I  just may treat myself to some lingerie from Victoria's Secret. Pass the caramel popcorn.

Posted by: Ginger at December 30, 2008 04:02 PM (wSeJE)

6 hee hee hee

Posted by: eman at December 30, 2008 04:05 PM (O8KSM)

7 For a little whimsical insight into the next Senator from Illinois, head on over to The Crypt at Politico and check out the picture of the snazzy burial monument Mr. Burris has already built for himself, complete with engravings commemorating his achievements.  LOL!!

Posted by: CB at December 30, 2008 04:09 PM (9Wv2j)

8 >>I think I  just may treat myself to some lingerie from Victoria's Secret.

BRB...

Posted by: Tushar at December 30, 2008 04:10 PM (PTWes)

9 Ginger, are you trying to give Al Gore a heart attack?

Posted by: eman at December 30, 2008 04:12 PM (O8KSM)

10

Its the semi-annual sale.

Back to topic.

obama and the senate democrats are raaaaaaaaaaaaaaacist!!

Posted by: Ginger at December 30, 2008 04:12 PM (wSeJE)

11

Eman,

How did you figure out my plan?

Posted by: Ginger at December 30, 2008 04:13 PM (wSeJE)

12 It's not a little "nebulus", my TIME superstars. Nor is it nebulous--the Gov is in within his rights and duty to name a senator. Is this how Obama will convince Iran not to go nuclear?

Posted by: Noel at December 30, 2008 04:13 PM (4gHqM)

13 Ginger, eman,

I could not figure out the relation between lingerie and Al Gore's heart. Put me some frickin knowledge.

Posted by: Tushar at December 30, 2008 04:17 PM (PTWes)

14 Until the entire Blago issue is cleared up I think Obama should resign as President -Elect.

Posted by: eman at December 30, 2008 04:22 PM (O8KSM)

15 I'm getting it for tipper. Just imagine tipper in a teddy.

Posted by: Ginger at December 30, 2008 04:23 PM (wSeJE)

16 What a move. Well-played, Sir. And they predict he will survive impeachment and beat the rap because Fitz moved too quickly to avoid embarassment to the Obama appointees? And no Chicago pols want to push because he knows where the bodies are buried? Confusion to the enemy!

Posted by: dr kill at December 30, 2008 04:24 PM (JWAjn)

17 Heh, Obama said "Taint"....

Posted by: XBradTC at December 30, 2008 04:24 PM (/K0QE)

18 Tushar, recently Ginger said something like "Al Gore can suck my left tit!" To our shock, Al Gore appeared here and expressed interest in her remark.

Posted by: eman at December 30, 2008 04:24 PM (O8KSM)

19

Eman,

Re: obama resigning. I concur.

Posted by: Ginger at December 30, 2008 04:24 PM (wSeJE)

20 Got to love Blago's attitude.

They've got me on tape? Fuck you. I'm innocent.
They won't accept my pick for Barry's seat? Fuck you. Here's my pick.
Barry and the rest want me to step down? Fuck you. I'm here to stay.

Fight Blago fight. And kick up as much dirt as you can.

Posted by: TheQuietMan at December 30, 2008 04:25 PM (6crJE)

21 Blago has three balls.

Posted by: eman at December 30, 2008 04:27 PM (O8KSM)

22 My favorite was Blago saying how much he's enjoyed being in the limelight the last few weeks.  Due to the camera angles, it was impossible to tell whether he grabbed his crotch as he uttered that statement.

Posted by: CB at December 30, 2008 04:27 PM (9Wv2j)

23 Blago is doing FYNQ.

Posted by: eman at December 30, 2008 04:28 PM (O8KSM)

24 And how's this that the most respected, adored, wonderful, has the love of the whole world our little Barry says Blago should step down and this pipsqueak of a governor extends his middle finger to the messiah. I can imagine that Rootin' Tootin' Putin and the rest of the world's dictators can't wait to have a go at Barry. Hell, Neville Chamberlain could probably pimp slap Barry around.

Posted by: TheQuietMan at December 30, 2008 04:32 PM (6crJE)

25

"... While Governor Blagojevich is entitled to his day in court, the people of Illinois are entitled to a functioning government ..."

   Although denying them half of their senate representation while he ran for the presidency is OK. Blago, at least, is showing up for work.

Posted by: Splinterhead at December 30, 2008 04:32 PM (15mES)

26 >>recently Ginger said something like....

WTF??? I have been spending way too much time away from AoS, and missing important stuff. I am going to wire an ethernet cable directly into my brain now.

Posted by: Tushar at December 30, 2008 04:32 PM (PTWes)

27 eman, you're killin' me!

To our shock, Al Gore appeared here and expressed interest in her remark.

To our shock?  The only thing shocking was how long it took him to get here.  Musta bin two, mebe tree minutes!!

Posted by: WonderWartHog at December 30, 2008 04:34 PM (LVT6e)

28 oh yeah, Blago has 'em..

some AC/DC for Blago..

Posted by: MiM at December 30, 2008 04:35 PM (XMyIK)

29 This is exactly how our forefathers envisioned our democracy. Exactly.

How much carnage can this wrecking ball leave behind? And for how long? And can we do anything to extend it? I still have popcorn I didn't get to enjoy leftover from the November election. It'd be a shame to let it go to waste.

Posted by: AnonymousDrivel at December 30, 2008 04:36 PM (sI5Ho)

30 Ginger.. feed the baby before giving Al Jr. that heart attack. OK?
*Could be messy*

Posted by: sickinmass at December 30, 2008 04:43 PM (/i4dU)

31

So if I have this right, Obama will interrupt his vacation to make a wishy-washy comment about Blago, but not about a shooting war in the Middle East?

That's about what I thought.

Guess what, Barry.  You're going to have to start making actual decisions sooner or later.  Voting "present" only works in the legislature.

Posted by: Sobek at December 30, 2008 04:46 PM (UefZl)

32

This keeps getting better every day. I'm actually pulling for Blago to keep his job for a few months, Princess Caroline to be the next Senator from New York, and of course Sen. "Landslide" Franken to be the junior senator from MN.

Posted by: Egon at December 30, 2008 04:50 PM (XWJh5)

33 I just can not picture Barry making a tough call. I really think he'll resign in six months.

Posted by: eman at December 30, 2008 04:52 PM (O8KSM)

34

You know what? Seriously, screw all you guys.  I'm from Chicago, yeah that's right bitches, Damen and Addison, and I think that there is no better political system on the planet than Chicago's Democratic Party.  Therefore shut the hell up with your bullshit lies about Blago.

Senator Navycopjoe........sounds good!!

If the idiot princess can be a senator then I could be too (I only got like 12.50 in the bank so I figure I'll kiss up to the crook for it)

Posted by: navycopjoe at December 30, 2008 04:55 PM (Nht9U)

35 I get your point, Sobek, but at this point, I'd almost rather have The One remain mute so as not to restrain the IDF/Israel or suggest some sort of de-escalation because of moral equivalence or "proportional" response. Remember, Obama could suggest something along the lines he did earlier when Russia decided to make a land grab a few months ago. He actually could make things worse by commenting.

Posted by: AnonymousDrivel at December 30, 2008 04:55 PM (sI5Ho)

36

AD, I was talking to 'she who must be obeyed' about this earlier (no, not alexthechick) and could he really change it?

If he came out and said he supported Israel's assault, they could go on and finish the job.  If he said he wanted to pull their support, the Israel would step up their asskicking and most likely introduce a large 50gal drum of whoopass to Iran.

Either way, Israel will be doing a good thing I think.

Posted by: navycopjoe at December 30, 2008 05:04 PM (Nht9U)

37 Good shot by Blago, I still would have preferred Fitzgerald or a disabled, vet with no experience.

Posted by: Jean at December 30, 2008 05:07 PM (xCBQ4)

38

Even the HuffPost had to face the reality that it's very unlikely anyone can prevent Burris from taking office.

Ball dippin' good!

Posted by: Tinian at December 30, 2008 05:18 PM (Ohodx)

39

Rove, you magnificent bastard!

Posted by: sherlock at December 30, 2008 05:18 PM (8V5Ut)

40 One thing I forgot to put in the post...Obama ran a primary race against Bobby Rush. I'm guessing that's left a mark. Also, Obama supported Burris in his primary against Blago.

So Blagojevich picks a guy Obama supported, who is in turn supported by a guy who probably hates Obama.

Let's take a moment and consider the major lesson here...do not fuck with Rod Blagojevich. He will find many creative ways to take a knife and cut you up.

He may go down (though right now, I think my money is on him in the impeachment process and the trial) but he's going to take your ass with him.

Posted by: DrewM. at December 30, 2008 05:20 PM (hlYel)

41 navycopjoe,

You may be right, ultimately. At least I hope you're right. The thing is, how often does Israel reign things in because of our pressure? Pretty regularly (unless there's great public choreography going on while, privately, they do whatever the hell they were going to do anyway) and they'll be reliant on Obama's whims to a degree in the near future whether they like it or not. Some deference will almost assuredly happen. Our arms, money, and political/military umbrella are fundamentals Israel cannot afford losing, so Israel must remain receptive to, even if mad at, the choices Obama makes.

Also, think about the political opinion that will invariably be spun around the globe. If it contradicts Bush's position, it'll create unnecessary division. Plus, if Obama calls for mutual stand-down "for the children," then that will only empower the initial aggressors as they, Hamas, likely get the reflexive support of everyone except the United States while they, Hamas, rearm under a cease fire. That's a pressure that, even if ignored, reinforces the historical template we and Israel has had to combat for decades.

Posted by: AnonymousDrivel at December 30, 2008 05:22 PM (sI5Ho)

42 "We've been doing a little research on this, and its a little nebulus,"

Huh.

You don't say...

I guess it's due to my lack of a degree in journalism from an Ivy League school that I never even considered that possibility.

Posted by: Deety at December 30, 2008 05:27 PM (1jglO)

43

Chicago politics, DON'T fuck with the MAN!

Got to love it. How can we lose?  They seat him, da huh, bought.

They don't seat him, Da uh, Brothers pissed.

A small light in an otherwise dim year.

Kemp

Posted by: kempermanx at December 30, 2008 05:28 PM (2+9Yx)

44 Pass. The. Popcorn.

Posted by: MM at December 30, 2008 05:44 PM (YlV7V)

45 Even the HuffPost had to face the reality that it's very unlikely anyone can prevent Burris from taking office.

Maybe so, but the Senate can refuse to seat him. Dingy Harry Reid has indicated that's what will happen to anyone Blago appoints.

Posted by: OregonMuse at December 30, 2008 05:46 PM (XUV9W)

46

Obama's being "very careful about it"........what HASN'T this
grifter been "very careful about"? He's a slug from the Chicago
being marketed by the finest PR machine ever seen......and
chuckling all the way to Pennsylvania Ave.....a chimera for the
ages.

 

 

 

 

Posted by: grizzly bare at December 30, 2008 05:48 PM (vzw1g)

Posted by: Greg Toombs at December 30, 2008 05:50 PM (URFAu)

48 Doh! Oh well..

Burris. 

Is there anyway you could work Plexico into this?

Posted by: Greg Toombs at December 30, 2008 05:51 PM (URFAu)

49 The Senate has no option either. They cannot "reject", they can only "eject".

Posted by: Drumwaster at December 30, 2008 05:55 PM (Ymor3)

50 I think Reid was blowing smoke with his statement.  The "democratic caucus" is a constitutional non-entity.  Its like a tree house club house.  Reid saying the democrat caucus won't seat this guy sounds largely symbolic. 

Preventing him from participating in closed door democrat conversations doesn't mean squat.  They'd still have to recognize and count his vote on the floor, allot speaking time, etc.  As a practical matter, he'd be no different than a truly "independent" senator who didn't caucus with either major party.

Posted by: Purple Avenger at December 30, 2008 05:58 PM (Z0HFQ)

51 How is this helping Michelle's kids?

Posted by: Y-not at December 30, 2008 06:17 PM (MeYi5)

52 Could this guys balls be any bigger?

Posted by: DavidF from Oz at December 30, 2008 06:25 PM (3wath)

53 Blago is da' man! All this and Barry ain't even President yet!

Posted by: IC at December 30, 2008 06:30 PM (Na0KZ)

54

Drivel, I'm not saying I want him to voice his opinion on Israel (I think we all know his opinion already).  Just interesting what he thinks is important enough for him, and what is not.

Posted by: Sobek at December 30, 2008 06:34 PM (UefZl)

55

Maybe so, but the Senate can refuse to seat him. Dingy Harry Reid has indicated that's what will happen to anyone Blago appoints.

Posted by: OregonMuse at December 30, 2008 10:46 PM (XUV9W)

Nope. From Hot Air:


Update: Dingy Harry insists that Burris won’t be seated. Minor problem: Does he have the constitutional authority to do that? Probably not, thanks to — ta da — Earl Warren.

In 1969, the Supreme Court ruled that the House of Representatives could not refuse to seat Rep. Adam Clayton Powell Jr., a New York Democrat who was accused of putting his wife on the payroll and misusing travel funds to vacation in the Caribbean. Despite those charges, he had been reelected by his constituents in Harlem.

“The Constitution does not vest in the Congress a discretionary power to deny membership by majority vote,” wrote Chief Justice Earl Warren. Congress may “judge only the qualifications set forth in the Constitution,” he said.

The qualifications are minimal. A senator must be at least 30 years old, a U.S. citizen and “an inhabitant” of the state.

 Hairy Reid can't refuse to seat him. Stare decisis and all that stuff.

Posted by: Tinian at December 30, 2008 06:41 PM (Ohodx)

56 This has been much more entertaining than I thought it would be since the election of the One. Pass the popcorn indeed.

This Blago dude is awesome to watch in action. And to double down with the race card is the icing on the cake.

I need butter.


Posted by: Stormy70 at December 30, 2008 06:54 PM (RFrM/)

57 Pretty funny to watch the Democrats basically call for Blago's head who has not been convicted of anything (yet) but they allow(ed) William "Cold Cash" Jefferson, Charlie "What Taxes" Rangel, Chris "Friend of Angelo" Dodd and Barney "What issues with Fannie and Freddie?" Frank to continue to serve.  It's OK for Jefferson, Rangel, Dodd and Frank to wait for their day in court but not Blago?  Double standard AGAIN?!  Why would that be?

Posted by: CDR M at December 30, 2008 06:56 PM (TJoU6)

58 Ok maybe I am lonely...but I am starting to LOVE Blago...can I have his love child?

Posted by: HawaiiLwyr at December 30, 2008 07:54 PM (SEBPF)

59 Enough of the popcorn passing and endless sideshow freak drivel that passes for Chicago politics... bring back Mrs. O'Leary and her frickin' cow!!

Posted by: Scott in OC at December 30, 2008 08:20 PM (vIery)

60 Hairy Reid can't refuse to seat him. Stare decisis and all that stuff.

Once again I must bring up the possibility of the Evolving Standards of the Living Constitution™.

Dip your balls in that!

Posted by: David in San Diego at December 30, 2008 08:49 PM (GF+6V)

61 Blago should just go for broke and appoint a horse to the seat, at a press conference where he dresses like Caligula. And re-enact the Crisco scene from the movie, while he's at it.


Posted by: Dr. Remulak at December 30, 2008 08:54 PM (RQt3M)

62 ""... While Governor Blagojevich is entitled to his day in court, the people of Illinois are entitled to a functioning government ..."" Since when?

Posted by: richard mcenroe at December 30, 2008 09:59 PM (DBS+D)

63 The culture of corruption is such syrupy sweet goodness that I can't hardly stand it!

Posted by: DoDoGuRu at December 31, 2008 12:42 AM (xBkZj)

64

Breaking News!!

A local public affairs news source in Chicago is reporting that Burris gave Blagojevich $14,000 in campaign contributions, and received as much as $280,000 in returned affirmative action minority business set asides.  We've got the story at LR.  But the politically correct MSM is ignoring this angle. 

Classive Pay to Play for Reverse Racism affirmative action quotas. 

Posted by: Eric Dondero at December 31, 2008 03:20 AM (ny9Ng)

65 Don't like democrats in general, but I would rather have Blago as next president than the milksop that is inbound. Blago has stones.

Our Country needs a President that doesn't mind leaving a wasteland where his "friends" once stood.

Posted by: dc at December 31, 2008 03:21 AM (H7r5N)

66 Yeah, he's almost becoming a cult figure.  Sort of like the public's fascination and respect for Tony Soprano. 

Posted by: Eric Dondero at December 31, 2008 03:45 AM (ny9Ng)

67

Blago should just go for broke and appoint a horse to the seat, at a press conference where he dresses like Caligula. And re-enact the Crisco scene from the movie, while he's at it.

 

And then have the PETA wackos at the press conference threatening to protest if they don't accept Incitatus.

Posted by: TheQuietMan at December 31, 2008 03:51 AM (1Jaio)

68 I admit that I find myself rooting for this Blago guy more and more every day. He may well be a dirty, outrageously corrupt, absolute lowlife, but that only puts him on par with the rest of the Chicago politicians. I love his attitude toward dem on dem violence which is pretty much "bring it on." If they're going to turn their backs on him he'll take them all on. It's like a bar fight where he's taking on all the other dudes in the bar - and sort of winning. How sweet it is to watch the dems squirm....

Posted by: t.ferg at December 31, 2008 04:41 AM (2YVh7)

69 From the CBS interview with Congressman Rush:
''Rep. RUSH: We have many other issues and I just think that it is incumbent upon the US Senate and President Reid and others to make sure that Illinois is not short-changed as it relates to representation.'' [emphasis mine].

Only one thing scared me more than president Øbammie is president 'Dirty' Harry Reid.

Posted by: TennDon at December 31, 2008 04:45 AM (o6Yv2)

70 Anybody else notice an interesting pattern?

Republican Palin gets where she is at least in part by doing rude things to the entrenched Republican corruption, while Blago ups the ante to Democrat corruption trying to do a sleep with the fishes thing on entrenched Democrat corruption.

Posted by: Larry Sheldon at December 31, 2008 06:11 AM (OmeRL)

71 Blago to Obama: Piss off. Hamas to Obama: Piss off. Israel to Obama: Piss off. Gee, I Hope that Changes. Otherwise we're in for a pisser of an administration.

Posted by: richard mcenroe at December 31, 2008 06:21 AM (DBS+D)

72

Preventing him from participating in closed door democrat conversations doesn't mean squat.  They'd still have to recognize and count his vote on the floor, allot speaking time, etc.  As a practical matter, he'd be no different than a truly "independent" senator who didn't caucus with either major party.

Burris should caucus with the Republicans AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA infinity.

Because Fuck Them.

Posted by: Lemmiwinks at December 31, 2008 06:49 AM (Nwbo8)

73 Charlie Rangel is the spiritual son of Adam Clayton Powell.

Posted by: huerfano at December 31, 2008 07:13 AM (knHvu)

74

Poor widdle Barry the whole world is being mean to him. From Politico via yahoo/Pravda:

Barack Obama doesn’t need this, not right now.

Already, Obama’s Hawaiian vacation has been interrupted by news of an Israeli incursion into Gaza. He faces a mounting economic crisis even before he takes office.

Burris has given $4,500 to Blagojevich’s gubernatorial campaigns since 2004, according to Illinois state records.

“When Blagojevich beat me, I told Barack to get on board with him,” Burris said told the Washington Post earlier this month. “It was kind of like swallowing his pride a little bit, because he didn't really see that they had anything in common.”

 

Get on board with Blago yet, Barry is somehow completely clean of Blago. It must be his messianic powers that allow him to stay so clean. Barry may stay on vacation for the next 4 years just to avoid everything.

Posted by: TheQuietMan at December 31, 2008 07:30 AM (1Jaio)

75 The Nation's narcissistic, infantile, self-absorbed fools have chosen their King. God help us all.

Posted by: eman at December 31, 2008 08:38 AM (b/iBs)

76 Let the man eat his waffles

Posted by: toby928 at December 31, 2008 08:45 AM (PD1tk)

77 As dirty as Blago apparently is, he's my favorite dirty fucking politician at the moment.

The guy has big fucking stones. Still looks like a retarded cabbagepatch doll, but he does have a set.

Posted by: Unclefacts at December 31, 2008 09:36 AM (M+Vfm)

78

As long as it isn't a cracker horse. That's a black horse seat and it had better stay that way. I'm personally willing to back Black Beauty even if he does have that white spot on his forehead and the white stocking. But Rob Roy would also be an acceptable choice. (And they're both smarter than Princess Unicorn.)

Posted by: The Black Stallion at December 31, 2008 11:11 AM (55TIb)

79 The guvner perfected the craft back during his stint heading up Crank Yankers. And HR PuffnStuff before that. He's been around a long time. That comically bulbous head is legendary.

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80 Rod Blagojevich has become my favourite politician.  Talk about brass balls and the instincts of a street fighter - take no prisoners and carpet bomb the rest.  What a fabulous govenor - Illinois should be proud.  He'd make a better President than Obama - and the world would sit up, take notice and not mess with this guy.

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