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Wasn't there someone here who said this guy WASN'T going to jail? http://www.cnn.com/2013/08/14/justice/jesse-jackson-jr-sentencing/index.html

Taco Bowl @ over 4 years ago

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PLC, welcome back-ish.

UndrWater @ over 4 years ago

Cerritos, CA 90703, USA

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Sadly, he could still get reelected by the Obamorons in Chicago. From prison.

Bob Loblaw @ over 4 years ago

6, LA, USA

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Ah, Bob...sweet, sweet irony.

et in Arcadia ego @ over 4 years ago

Indianapolis, IN 46219, USA

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People choose to put individuals back into various aspects of life on a regular basis PLC. I call it the "give us Barrabas!" syndrome. We (yourself included) want what we want and we won't be told by you or ANYONE else we are wrong to want it.

Bankai! @ over 4 years ago

Huntsville, AL 35806, USA

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So yes he could be back in office, but so is Mark Sanford. The people have spoken.

Bankai! @ over 4 years ago

Huntsville, AL 35806, USA

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Jackson, Kilpatrick and Nagin. Not the name of a storied law firm.

The Drew @ over 4 years ago

New York, NY 10016, USA

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