By Jim Campbell
June 16, 2018
Seriously, a two-seat0r could be built in almost any state of the union for around 50 bucks.
The most appropriate place to put it would be in Nancy Pelosi’s front yard behind her wall.
Obama’s accomplishments during his 8 years in office will be featured on single ply completely blank toilet paper.
The state of Illinois has approved $224 million to pay for street and transportation projects in Chicago’s South Side neighborhood around the Obama Presidential Center site, $199 million of which will fall directly on the shoulders of Illinois taxpayers.
Gov. Bruce Rauner signed into law the legislature’s budget on June 4, which included $174 million for road work in and around Jackson Park — where the 235-foot-tall building would be located — and another $50 million to renovate an above-ground rail stop two miles away.
This is just one more example of how cities and states have been run into the ground by the failed progressive agenda. (Source)
“Bringing the Obama Presidential Center to Chicago took leadership and vision, and we are gratified that our partners in Springfield also saw the potential for what this means for all of Illinois.
The state’s $174 million investment in infrastructure improvements near the Obama Center on the South Side of Chicago is money well spent,” Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel said in a statement about the groundbreaking ceremony for the metro stop Friday.
The apple does not far fall from the tree when it comes to Nancy Pelosi. Her old man, Thomas D’Alesandro Jr. was said to be the Boss Tweed of Baltimore. In 1954, he was a contender in the gubernatorial race in Maryland but had to drop out after it was discovered he received ‘undeclared money’ from a parking garage owner Dominic Piracci, who had a criminal record for fraud, conspiracy and conspiracy to obstruct justice. D’Alesandro was never indicted, however, and later exonerated!
Never forget, Paul Pelosi was an owner of Star Kissed Tuna, which Nancy arranged to pay the workers less money. Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB116891896808477346