NOW HIRING...PART TIME JOB STARTING AT $68,000.....with a potential earnings of over $100,000

NOW HIRING…PART TIME JOB STARTING AT $68,000…..with a potential earnings of over $100,000

Great pay, great benefits, an outstanding pension, and that's not all. You'll also get a furnished and rent-free office, and you get to choose and hire anyone you want to work for you. And it won't cost you a dime. Wait there's more. You'll also receive an $80 per diem allowance for when your actually working, plus mileage reimbursement to and from the job. And now the best news yet. You don't have to have any real skills, you don't need to worry about actually accomplishing anything, and 65% of our employees will stay on the job regardless of whether or not they accomplish anything. Sound too good to be true? Well, it's not. It's a job as an Illinois State Senator or State Representative. Surprised? You shouldn't be. Mad as Hell? You should be. If interested in this well paying, do nothing job call or send your resume to Speaker Mike Madigan, Minority Leader Jim Durkin, President John Cullerton or Minority Leader Bill Brady.

Disclaimer: this job does not entail rocking the boat, but you need to be skilled at doing what you're told, acting like you care, and staying awake during votes. Also you must be able to push a yes (green) or no (red) vote button when called upon, but only after being instructed what to do. We are an unequal opportunity employer.

Why Are Politicians Afraid of Competition - The Money Game


2. Money is another big competition killer. Campaigns are expensive and the politician in office has all the advantages when it comes to collecting large sums of money needed to fuel his campaign. Special interests, political PACS, friendly lobbyists, and the party leaders are all there to help. They will provide whatever resources are needed to deter competition. The politician will have money to spend on TV and radio advertising, direct mail, polling, consultants, staff, a campaign office, and have plenty of "volunteers". The cost of running a campaign against an entrenched politician can run anywhere from $250,000 to $1,000,000. Fair? Of course not, and the politicians like it that way.

So there you have it. Lessons straight from the politician’s competition killing playbook. Convinced we need to change the rules of the game? We absolutely do.

Tomorrow… Politician Competition Killing Trick #3… The Petition Challenge.