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Blagojevich to run again. In Denver he says, "I love my job."

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DENVER--In long and rare press conference, Gov. Blagojevich was asked by Chicago Sun-Times Springfield Bureau Chief Dave McKinney if he was going to run for re-election.


"I love my job. I think I am a great governor....There is more to do. I like my job and there is no reason to think I don't want to keep doing this job."

13 Comments

God help us!

Blagojevich sure loves his job...why not?? He is not doing anything that matters. I'm glad he thinks he is a "great governor" that's a joke.... Well...he can run again but I'm sure he won't get very far.
By the way..I keep saying this but I guess as usual he is not listening....GO GET A HAIR CUT... maybe that will help you see a little better.

Hey Blago, You can run again but you won't get very far. By the way...you need a HAIR CUT real bad. It may help you see things better.

Run again??? He's been running from his campaign promises and constituents for a long time now. He needs to fulfill his first and second term promises before he even thinka about another term. How about fix the education crisis in Illinois!

He's a great Governor. I hope he runs again! One of the best!

The new "Chicago DC" coming up.
God help us all.

Run Rod Run!

OH NO...please, go sell shoes or something.

YIKES!!

Blago running again for governor?! "What is he thinking"?

this man is delusional. how can he run again while fighting off the FBI

RUN RUN RUN
BUT MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO ALL YOU CAN FOR THE
TICKET OF OBAMA AND BIDEN!

Can't some hairspray company offer him a spokesperson position?

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