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Proviso Probe

Monday, November 20, 2006

KLEPT, Todd Stroger gives Gerald Nichols his old job back

According to at least one poll more voters thought Ald. Todd Stroger would reform Cook County government than Commissioner Tony Peraica, his Republican opponent.

After hemming for a few days Stroger disavowed Gerald Nichols during the campaign. Nichols was the $114,000 per year patronage boss for former President of the County Board John Stroger.

Apparently, Todd Stroger has decided to give Nichols his old job back now that the election is over. I'm shocked! It's gonna be in the Sun-Times.

BTW, did you catch that Burt Odelson, District 209 attorney and attorney for the Stroger campaign, claimed Todd Stroger is a reformer. See Capitol Fax Blog for a discussion or Daily Southtown (Phil Kadner).

Does anybody else get the impression that Todd Stroger and his people don't really care about the truth? They say and do whatever so that they can hold power.

5 Comments:

  • I'm not surprised. I was one of those who were upset about how the powers that be forced Todd Stroger down our throats.

    By Blogger Cynthia, at 4:09 PM, November 21, 2006  

  • Cynthia I find your comments worthy, but I have not seen you visit the Insider. What's going on cousin?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:04 PM, November 21, 2006  

  • How, could Todd give any jobs back when he's president-elect. Todd is still an alderman

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:14 PM, November 22, 2006  

  • Todd Stroger doesn't even have the sense to wait until being sworn in to start treating the electorate like they are pieces of horse manure!

    I hope the federal Grand Jury indicts Gerald Nichols' sorry butt as soon as possible, preferably on the morning Todd gets sworn in.

    By Anonymous fedup dem, at 4:30 PM, November 24, 2006  

  • business as usual..nothing changes..promises,promises,promises

    By Anonymous unhappy voter, at 4:27 PM, November 26, 2006  

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