Skip to comments.Cong. Schakowsky's husband enters federal prison
Posted on 08/04/2006 9:24:59 AM PDT by Land_of_Lincoln_John
The Federal Correctional Institute in Terre Haute, Indiana has a new resident.
Robert Creamer of Evanston, Illinois moved in recently. He's the husband of far-left Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky--my representative in Congress.
Creamer is the former executive director of the Illinois Public Action Council, a defunct organization that appointed itself as the consumer watchdog for Illinoisans.
While running this goo-goo group, Creamer got in the habit of kiting checks, which is illegal for a very good reason: It undermines the most important ingredient of a functioning economic system, trust.
Schakowsky was on the board of directors of IPAC while hubby was playing Ben Franklin with those checks. However, Jan has not been implicated in any wrongdoing in regards to her spouse's malfeasance.
Creamer also worked as a political consultant for several prominent Illinois Democratic politicians, including Governor Rod Blagojevich, Chicago Mayor Richard Daley, retiring Rock Island Congressman Lane Evans, as well as that famous anti Wal-Mart zealot, Alderman Joe Moore of Chicago.
According to the FCI Terre Haute site, Creamer is scheduled to be released from prison on November 4, 2006, three days before election day, when his wife is expected to be re-elected to serve Illinois' 9th district in Washington.
Gee, funny I have not seen this in MSM???
Yeah, how did they miss this one?
I just dropped a line to the Chicago Tribune "news tip" form about this.
Could you please add (D - IL 9th Congressional) to this headline? Thanks!
Husband to pinko Jan Schakowsky goes to jail!
Coming out of trial picture:
Schakowsky check kiting rally at Evanston beach.
Thanks for the ping!
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