Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Motivated campaign workers

Whether T. Stroger’s campaign is “descend[ing] into chaos,” with his declining to appear with Peraica on various shows, one thing is clear in OP: his signs are popping up all over — but not on private property!  Few citizens want them, but someone is planting them on various parkways and stretches of publicly tended grass.  Yes.  Soon there will be a sea of them on the village green of Scoville Park, where frisbee is played, but not this year.  The public-minded citizens who plant signs on public property may be county employees or they may not be.  Readers are asked to decide.


DJ said...


I'm shocked to find out that Democrats might be using taxpayer employees to do political campaign work. Shocked!

I think we may see an upset for Cook County Board President and they are starting to get worried.

Jake Buettner said...

I hope that there is going to be an upset, a Republican Board President. As a former County worker, woooooow


Mr. Pipe said...

Ghosts, goblins, ghouls. These Halloween terrors are tame. The most frightening thing I've seen is a Todd Stroger for CC President sign. So forget the witches, skeletons, and spiderwebs. To really scare those trick-or-treaters (and their parents), plant a Stroger sign on your front lawn. EEEK!