Scott Lee Cohen bringing a knife to the IL-GOV race?
What’s odd is the reaction to this: Gov. Pat Quinn said he’s ready to take on Scott Lee Cohen in the general election if the embattled Chicago pawnbroker publicly announces he’s making an independent run for the state’s highest office. “When all is said and done, there will be a robust contest of ideas,” Quinn said. I mean, you would think that the normal reaction | Read More »
Help to increase the chaos in the IL democratic party!
I’ve begun a facebook group – REPUBLICANS FOR SCOTT LEE COHEN, the carbuncle on incumbent governor Pat Quinn’s rosy posterior. This nobody managed to finish on top in a 6-way race for Lieutenant Governor (normally a meaningless job, but in IL, sitting governors are replaced with startling regularity). What’s so wrong with Scott Lee Cohen? How about wifebeating, steroid-shooting, deadbeat-dadding and trying to slash a | Read More »
Cohen Divorce Records Allege Abuse, Steroid Addiction
Court documents relating to the 2005 divorce of embattled Illinois Democratic Lieutenant Governor nominee Scott Lee Cohen surfaced Thursday, alleging the Chicago business man was prone to regular fits of rage–likely side-effects of his abuse of anabolic steroids–and forced himself sexually on his ex-wife. While still married, which the woman characterized as “pretty unbearable,” Cohen took “injectable anabolic steroids, including but not limited to Winstrol, | Read More »
Knife-Wielding Cohen Should Step Aside, IL Governor Says
Governor Patrick Quinn (D-IL) Wednesday expressed concern over his running-mate’s history of domestic violence, telling reporters that the Democrats’ nominee for lieutenant governor “should step aside,” barring a compelling explanation for his actions. Scott Lee Cohen, who allegedly threatened his prostitute girlfriend by brandishing a knife and throwing her against a wall, Tuesday won the Democratic Party’s nomination for lieutenant governor, edging out five other | Read More »
Democratic Illinois Lt. Gov. Nominee Arrested for Domestic Battery
What Chicago election is complete without elements of domestic violence, prostitution and tax evasion? A Chicago pawnbroker who financed his campaign with nearly $2 million of his own wealth, Scott Lee Cohen Tuesday won the Democratic Party’s nomination for Lieutenant Governor. But with new details of Cohen’s sordid past emerging today, Democratic primary voters will soon be wishing they had given his five rivals a | Read More »