Chicago Taxpayers better take a real good look at a very formidable candidate for Mayor of the City of Chicago. We will have a video staring Cook County Clerk Dorothy Brown, co-hosted by Frank Avila and Wendy George Gevalasso. Frank Avila is a “Top Gun Lawyer” in Chicago and Wendy is a famous model and actress. Chicago is a mess on the inside due to the corruption in the Daley Administration. Please help a well educated and classy politician a chance to put a real glimmer to Chicago’s image. Dorothy Brown is the real deal and a classy leader. Click here to learn more http://www.friendsofdorothybrown.org/ Dorothy Brown is committed to root out all the corruption and clout in Chicago politics. Photo by Patrick McDonough.
4 Replies to “Hon. Dorothy Brown Mayor of Chicago? I say Yes!”
I met Dorothy Brown this evening and you are right, she is a classy, professional lady. I hope she raises some money. She’s going to need it.
She’s a horrible, unethical, unscrupulous, dishonest, arrogantly ambitious woman who require her minions to address her as “Madam Clerk.” puhleeze. So she wears fancy clothes and has amassed a couple of degrees. So what. No amount of degrees can wipe away the sleaze.
and I know where all of the skeleton-laden closets are in her cloistered offices. (and she’s lied through her teeth in depositions after swearing an oath to the truth)
I hope that Chicago reporters start digging deep into the corruption rampant in her own offices. They should being by looking for the many demands to purchase her self-serving “fundraiser” tickets, (i.e. Madam Clerk’s birthday, Madam Clerk’s first 1000 days in office, Madam Clerk’s new hairdo day, etc. etc. etc.) and the implied “or else” based on the pay grade you’re at.
The Honorable Dorothy Brown will become the next Mayor of the City of Chicago on February 27,2007.
She is a CPA, a Lawyer and has a Masters Degree in Business Administration. She has over 30 years of experience in public service. These credentials along make her the only qualified candidate to become Mayor of this City.
There will be dancing in the streets on February 28, the day after the Election. As the song by Lionel Richie says, we’re being dancing in the streets all night long. One more time we will be making history in this city as African Americans.
Hang on in there Clerk Brown. Don’t let them make you sweat. Handle this campaign with dignity and grace.
May God continue to shower his blessings upon you.
By the way, my son Charles, who was born and raised here, now lives in Texas, sent a contribution for your campaign.
Let there be peace on earth.
To Ms. D. Brown,
Right on, right on my DEAR. That is to say, “if” I may call you “dear,” my dear. By stepping up and being the challenger you have earned my respect. Just by that simple act I applaud and support you. You are the challenger. You have me as your supporter.
I am looking at the “Chicago Free Press,” a newspaper. It is December 20th. It says right here, “Daley challenger.” That’s good enough for me. It also says “Dorothy Brown takes on City Hall”, which is the actual headline. I think that was the first thing I noticed.
OK Dorothy. Now what the heck are you all about? Send me an e-mail, OK?
E: firstname.lastname@example.org (box)213 Jack S
1131 Lake St
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