Rod Blagojevich, the disgraced and displaced former governor of Illinois, now has a website where he continues his fight for "ordinary people," the Associated Press reports.
He has a website, a... radio talk show (WLS-890 AM, although he's not on the schedule yet), a book (The Governor*) - and he's available for public speaking gigs! Universities especially: you could book him for your next commencement ceremony.
Oh. Sorry about the "book him" thing, Rod...
*"We follow the governor as he is awakened early one morning –his young daughter sleeping peacefully beside him – and unceremoniously arrested by FBI agents without knowing the charges being brought against him. We see the harsh glare of the spotlight, the media whirlwind already staking out his home and family, rushing to judgment before even the governor himself knew what crimes he’d been accused of committing. We follow him through the maze of political conspiracies that threaten to unseat and impeach the governor of the fifth largest state in the U.S. –forces brought to light by the ambition of an attorney general and the greed of her Democratic State Party Chairman father –as well as the zeal of a federal prosecutor and the manipulations of a disloyal lieutenant governor."
There probably will not be a dull word in this one. Maybe ten truthful ones, but no dull ones.
Crossposted to Moe Lane.