This Should Finish Quinn
- Gov. Quinn used his State of the State speech Wednesday to push a 2010 tax increase, make a tearful argument for his leadership style heading into next month's primary and tout his role in the state's ongoing recovery from Rod Blagojevich's dizzying political collapse.
"In taking the oath of office, I knew that we had a state in crisis, a state that needed stabilization, that needed an honest governor and an honest government," Quinn told a joint session of the General Assembly. "I think in the past year, we've worked together, night and day in some cases, to win the trust of the people."
You're out of touch along with most of your party.
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