Libertarian Presidential Candidate Talks Illinois Governor Scandal on Fox

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Wayne Root will denounce the $15 Billion bailout of the auto industry and he'll be talking about the Illinois governor corruption scandal. 

2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee Wayne

Allyn Root will appear on "Cavuto" with host Neil Cavuto on FOX Business today at 6:02 PM EST/3:02 PM PST to discuss the Illinois corruption scandal and how it effects

President-elect Barack Obama.

Root will denounce the $15 BB auto bailout and explain why it is actually far worse for taxpayers than the Illinois Governor corruption scandal. Root says "The sale of Obama's U.S. Senate seat is called fraud and corruption. Someone will go to federal prison for that.

And of course they should- it is despicable and criminal. But the $15 billion bailout of the "Big 3" automakers is far more scandalous...and far more damaging to taxpayers.

It is just as corrupt as the sale of a U.S. Senate seat. It is "legal bribery" from Obama and the Democratic Congress to auto unions. It is nothing more than payback to the auto unions for their political support of Democrats in the 2008 elections. Ironically this "legal bribery" is far more damaging to taxpayers. Obama learned well how to play the legal political bribery in Illinois. Is this the change voters wanted? Taxpayers should be just as concerned about

the legal bribery that happens right out in the open on the floor of Congress, as the illegal kind that happens behind closed doors at the Illinois Governor's mansion."


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