Quinn: No 'bidding war' over Sears
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#1 Dec 1, 2011
I think that Gov Quinn should let Sears leave. It is obvious that neither the state of Illinois or the public school district want them here. The schools think they should be getting more money from taxes for that property so they can get it from the next business to move there. Whenever they show up and settle for zero until then. I am sure they will be very happy.
#2 Dec 1, 2011
What does Quinn care if Sears leaves and people loose there jobs. He's a millionare, with pensions that he will be receiving for doing a bad job.
Illinois is ranked #49 as the best managed state.
Califorina is the worst.
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