Fight For Your Right

I was getting nervous there for a while - it really seemed like Rod Blagojevich might be guilty of wrongdoing. Now we know that's not the case.
"I'm here to tell you right off the bat that I am not guilty of any criminal wrongdoing, that I intend to stay on the job, and I will fight this thing every step of the way. I will fight, I will fight, I will fight until I take my last breath," Blagojevich said. "I have done nothing wrong."
I have to admit that I'd forgotten about the power of the vast right wing conspiracy, and was getting caught up in all the bad things I was hearing about Blago, and Chicago politics.
He cast himself as a victim in the case, and said he will not let a "political lynch mob" force him from office.
Yes. He. Can.
Unimpressed by Blagojevich's vow to fight, Illinois Republicans said Friday the scandal-plagued governor must resign or be impeached. Illinois Republican Party chairman Andy McKenna said anything less than a resignation is "unacceptable." "For the good of the people, Rod Blagojevich should resign from office immediately and spare voters any more heartache than he's already caused," McKenna said in a statement.
Some people will, or do, anything for power.