An email from Bill "Dock" Walls reads,
Typically, I ignore my opponent's fundraising efforts and concentrate on my own. I even attempted to ignore the Daley fundraiser scheduled for Thursday evening. However, local Print, Radio and Television news media sources have made it virtually impossible to do so. Over the past several days, the particulars concerning this fundraiser have been reported, over and over again.Then links me to this ST story by Fran Spielman about a fund raiser on the Mayor's behalf organized
The first two paragraphs of the following news article highlight the danger. The only difference is we will not sit idly by and watch history repeat itself. We will highlight the contradiction and call attention to the fact that Chicago is a tale of two cities.
Join us Thursday evening as we picket outside the entrance of this planned fundraiser.
Thursday, November 30, 2006, 6:00 PM 1301 North Astor (Astor and Goethe) Astor is 2 blocks west of Lake Shore Drive
...by two powerful black women. Peoples Gas president Desiree Rogers and Johnson Publishing CEO Linda Johnson Rice....Walls offended by powerful African-Americans supporting a Mayor who, as Spielman writes, is a
...17-year incumbent battered by the Hired Truck, city hiring and minority contracting scandalsHe sorta has a point.