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    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    February 20, 2013



    Jesse Jackson Jr. and his supporters,and there are still many, are blaming it on his bipolar condition. Sandi Jackson's actions can only be blamed on "GREED".
    Ironic, since the Democrats are always talking about greeding corporate executives and greedy Republicans. I am sure there many times they listened to Jesse Jackson Sr. talk about greedy business people. Maybe, they can get in the same jail as Rod Blagojevick and talk about Jesse's trying to bride Rod for the US Senate position. And just think, Jesse Jackson Jr. and his wife would probably still get elected, if they were eligible to run for office.


    Ron, there are criminals and greedy people in and out of both parties. Why you feel the need to turn every event in a chance to blast Democrats I think is unbelievably biased and myopic, and probably immature. The same can be said about Republicans.
    How's this: kind of ironic that Republicans are always talking about family values, yet they are the party of Domenici, Mark Sanders, Mark Foley, John Ensign, Larry Craig, Dan Crane, Robert Bauman, etc. That list is long. And maybe Jackson can get George Ryan's recently vacated cell.


    I would never defend those you mentioned for their actions.
    You defend the Jackson clan all you want.

    Diane Meyer

    Gee, guys, I thought it was just weird to think about all the stuff they bought. It seems sick more than political.


    While I obviously don't approve of what the Jackson's did, I have to admit-he did do alot of good for our area. But I do have to give them credit-for 'admitting they were wrong'& not costing the taxpayers tons of money in legal fees while they tried to 'fight' the charges. Unlike the former governors (Blago and Ryan). I won't get into a discussion of 'would he have admitted to wrong-doing' had the feds not found out-my guess is 'no'. But I'm just glad they have admitted their guilt and we in his district can 'move on'.

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