I am very happy to find out a very prestigious Attorney is part of the Blagojevich case. A former top flight Attorney from Loevy and Loevy is currently working for the Illinois Attorney General, Lisa Madigan. His name is Jon Rosenblatt, an Assistant Attorney General of Special Litigation Bureau. Jon Rosenblatt was the Attorney for McDonough vs. City of Chicago lawsuit until he took the new position with the Illinois Attorney General. I do not know if Lisa Madigan should attempt to remove Rod from office, it is almost like firing your own brother. I think we should leave everything to the FEDS, let them finish what they started. Maybe if Lisa could find out what Patrick Daley's interests were in his multiple Chicago Contracts we can let her handle bigger and better things. Too much inbreeding in Chicago Politics! Nice job Jon! Please watch this video from Channel 2 News Chicago. http://cbs2chicago.com/governor/lisa.madigan.blagojevich.2.885942.html Patrick McDonough
Mayor Daley promised to not use taxpayer's money to pay for Barack Obama's victory speech in Grant Park Chicago, Illinois. The November 4, 2008 event was a big day for many white and black folks expecting great things from Obama. Chicago is a big labor town and when we work, we expect to get paid. Some of the security was handled by private contractors. The Chicago Police handled much of the outside perimeter work, and much of the security close to the stage was handled by non-union armed guards. Many of these guards do not go through the background checks our Chicago Police go through. I think this had something to do with the consultants the Chicago Police hired; it could be a retired copper. When many people retire with a large pension from Chicago, they forget where they come from. I hope Mayor Daley finds out why some of the armed guards must wait until December 31, 2008 to get their $230.00 check for putting their life on the line with no benefits. I hope Barack Obama makes sure these scabs are paid for putting their life on the line for him! Contact me for details, I know the companies involved. The workers need change! Patrick McDonough.