Tuesday, July 13, 2004

A Southern Illinois Revolt

The Chicago Tribune is impressed by our Home Rule prescription for the State's medical malpractice insurance malaise.


At 3:57 PM, Anonymous said...

Why wouldn't the Chicago Tribune be impressed? It is a lot of hot air about something that can be controlled at this level.

The Trib pulishes a lot of hot air about things it can not control.

They are both rear seat drivers.


At 10:38 AM, dave said...

Sympatico's analogy about "rear seat drivers" is apt, although it suggests that this blog must be riding in the trunk, or should I say "boot"?

At 8:32 AM, Anonymous said...

I find the comments on hot air ironic, considering the complaining that people did for not being able to comment twice on the malpractice issue at the City Council. I think that those who did not get to speak the first time this issue was presented should have received the opportunity to speak.

Now put yourself in the Mayor's shoes. Do you want to be called every name under the sun over this? I'm afraid that's where a lot of the repeat opposition was going.


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