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    IL Dem Gov. Pat Quinn Compares Black Republicans To Jews Who Collaborated W/ Nazis

    IL Dem Gov. Pat Quinn Compares Black Republicans To Jews Who Collaborated With The Nazis

    By Steve Straub On April 23, 2014 · 2 Comments · In US
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    WOW, this is truly stunning! Can you imagine the reaction if Pat Quinn was a Republican?

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    Illinois Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn is in some hot water with the Jewish community after his campaign tweeted—and then quietly deleted—several messages urging backers to read an article comparing black Republican voters to Jews who collaborated with the Nazis.

    Chicago Sun Times readers were stunned last week to find that writer Neil Steinberg has penned a column comparing black supporters of Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner to Jews who collaborated with the Nazis against their brethren.
    “As a general rule, individuals will sell out the interests of their groups in return for personal benefit,” Steinberg wrote in his column, which claimed that Rauner is buying off the black community and its leaders. “It isn’t just a black thing. Jews collaborated with the Nazis during World War II, helping them to round up their own people in the hopes they’d be the last to go.”

    Quinn’s camp praised the piece and tweeted it out to supporters several times. The tweets were deleted after local Jewish community officials quietly communicated their outrage to the governor.

    The Democratic party is the political party that has been proven to be harmful to Black Americans. Do you agree?

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    Yes, because after all Republicans want to exterminate blacks in death camps and ovens and that fact should be clear due to the large amount of black people Republicans are killing on a regular basis right?

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    The Democratic party is the political party that has been proven to be harmful to Black Americans. Do you agree?
    Agree and sadly they have become harmful to all of America, they are now desperate and hanging on too their belief of a socialist utopia which is failing.
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    The Democratic party is the political party that has been proven to be harmful to Black Americans. Do you agree?
    the Democrat Party "The Party of the KKK" DESTROYED, Gutted, Slaughtered the Black Community; with Amnesty; they will finish them off
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    You Know a Democrat is in Trouble When He Throws Together Blacks, Conservatives, Jews & Nazis Like This

    By Mike Miller 13 hours ago



    Illinois Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn has some ‘splainin’ to do to the Jewish community and the black community after his campaign tweeted - and then deleted – several messages urging backers to read an article comparing black Republican voters to Jews who collaborated with the Nazis:
    Chicago Sun Times readers were stunned last week to find that writer Neil Steinberg has penned a column comparing black supporters of Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner to Jews who collaborated with the Nazis against their brethren.
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    “As a general rule, individuals will sell out the interests of their groups in return for personal benefit,” Steinberg wrote in his column, which claimed that Rauner is buying off the black community and its leaders.
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    “It isn’t just a black thing. Jews collaborated with the Nazis during World War II, helping them to round up their own people in the hopes they’d be the last to go.”

    Just to clear this up, conservatives are for limited government, individual rights and they supported the defeat of the Nazis in World War II by the United States – the most powerful free country in the world. The National Socialists believed in centrally planned economy and had a single mandatory “worker’s union.”

    Governor, I’m no campaign manager, but really? Democrats are already in bad enough shape heading into the November elections. Obviously, your campaign staff wants to make sure that you don’t have to wait up all night for the results.

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    George Soros: (Helping Nazis) "Was The Happiest Time of my Life"

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    Spoken Like A True Liberal Democrat!

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    Pat Quinn is the most vulnerable Democratic governor of 2014. And things just got worse for him.

    By Sean Sullivan
    May 2 at 11:16 am

    The road to reelection for Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn (D) was always going to be difficult. But it looks even harder at the end of a troubling week for the Democrat when a federal probe of an anti-violence initiative he started has received widespread attention in the state.

    Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn (D). (AP Photo/Seth Perlman)

    At minimum, the episode is an unwelcome distraction; at most, it could become a big blow to the good-government image Quinn has carefully crafted, close watchers say.
    "It's obviously very early in terms of the details, but one of the things that Pat Quinn has been able to hang his hat on for about three decades is his positioning himself as a reformer, an outsider and a champion of good government," said Republican strategist Doug O'Brien, a former aide to Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.). "This really has the potential to undermine what was really one of the few positives he had going in terms of his public image."
    David Ormsby, a former aide to state House Speaker Michael Madigan (D), took a similar view. "The pillar of his political strength throughout his decades in Illinois politics has been an ingrained reputation for honesty and frugality," said Ormsby, who later added, "If Quinn loses in the fall, insiders will point to this week when the governor essentially lost the race."
    Dubbed the Neighborhood Recovery Initiative, Quinn launched the anti-violence program in the fall of 2010, the year he ran for a full term as governor. It has come under scrutiny from federal and state prosecutors. The Department of Justice has sought documents related to the program, the Chicago Tribune reported Thursday. Earlier in the week, the Chicago Sun-Times reported that Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez was looking into the program.
    Quinn stopped funding the effort in 2012. Critics have cast the initiative as a "political slush fund." Quinn's office said it supports any investigation into the matter.
    "If there is an inquiry, we fully support it. We have zero tolerance for any mismanagement at any state agency. That's why the governor abolished this agency nearly two years ago," said Quinn spokeswoman Brooke Anderson.
    A former lieutenant governor, Quinn ascended to the top job in 2009 following the departure of embattled Democrat Rod Blagojevich. He won a competitive race in 2010 and faces another tough contest this year, due in large part to the fiscal woes Illinois has experienced in recent years.
    Dick Simpson, a political scientist at the University of Illinois at Chicago, said the investigations into the anti-violence program will have some effect in the campaign, especially since Illinois has long been plagued by political malfeasance. But he doesn't think they will decide the election.
    "It certainly doesn't help him in his reelection, but I don't think it will by itself" sink his chances, said Simpson.
    Quinn's Republican opponent Bruce Rauner is running as an outsider with the private sector know-how necessary to right the state's fiscal ship. In a statement responding to the federal probe, he sought to liken Quinn to corrupt officials who served before him.
    "This is a sad event that the people of Illinois have seen too many times. The people deserve better than to have yet another governor under federal investigation," said Rauner.
    Quinn's campaign said in a statement that he has waged a robust effort to eliminate corruption.
    "While there is no doubt that Governor Quinn inherited an ethical crisis from two corrupt governors in a row, everyone knows he has been cleaning up state government since the day he arrived and when a problem comes to light he works to immediately get to the bottom of the issue, root out any problems whenever they should arise, and create new reforms and safeguards," the campaign said.
    By late 2013, things were starting to look up for Quinn. In the summer, he averted a primary challenge from Attorney General Lisa Madigan (D), who would have been a formidable opponent. Former White House chief of staff Bill Daley (D) ended his bid against Quinn in the fall. The move left the governor free to coast to renomination while Rauner was locked in an expensive and nasty primary. Democrats want to cast Rauner as on out of touch wealthy businessman in the same way they tarred Mitt Romney in 2012.
    But lately, Quinn has received attention for unflattering developments that have complicated the effort to define Rauner. Quinn recently drew scrutiny when his campaign's Twitter account tweeted a controversial article. The probing of his anti-violence program has been covered extensively by local media.
    A large part of Quinn's path to victory will depend upon how negative a light Democrats can cast Rauner in during the run-up to November. But the more the focus is on Quinn, the more difficult his path becomes.

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    Chicago Dems support GOP candidate for governor because their guy made such a mess

    April 9, 2014 by Michael Dorstewitz

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    A familiar face in Chicago Democratic politics is throwing his support behind a GOP challenger for Illinois governor rather than the Democratic incumbent — and he’s taking a lot of others with him.
    Obama supporter Manny Sanchez, who led a Latino outreach in the city of Chicago for the Democratic Party, is now throwing his considerable weight behind businessman Bruce Rauner, a Republican, rather than Democrat Pat Quinn, who’s seeking re-election.
    Sanchez appeared “On the Record” Tuesday and told Fox News host Greta Van Susteren that the reason for the switch is purely economic.
    “We’re dealing with a very, very serious fiscal challenge here in the state of Illinois,” he told Van Susteren. “And for too long it’s been ignored.”
    Sanchez described himself as a fiscal conservative who admired what Gov. Scott Walker had accomplished in Wisconsin.
    Chicago Democrats are wising up to the fact that if they ever hope to get out of the financial pickle they’re in, they’re going to have to hire a Republican.

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