Like a bad penny

When you think of the saying don’t go away mad just go away mad. We find that ex U.S. Senate member Carol Moseley Braun announced that she was running for Chicago mayor to be a voice for the unheard and an advocate for the underrepresented. We heard this mantra before two decades ago in her run for the senate. Carol Moseley Braun had several local elected leaders supporter her at the rally. Carol Moseley Braun in 1992 became the first African-American woman elected to the Senate. It was pretty much the end before it even started when it turned out she abused spending in her campaign fund. Braun was also criticized for taking controversial trips to Nigeria, during which she met with the nation’s military dictator without the knowledge of the U.S. government. Everyone gets a second chance and why should this be any different. Mayor races do not really mean much on a national scale so this would be nice if this embezzler can beat strong armer Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel from the White House. There are now 14 people running and last day to take out papers is December 13. The election will be on February 22, 2011 for a term that start on May 16, 2011 until 2015.

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