WLS-AM is the Chicago home for such popular conservative talk shows such as Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, and Sean Hannity. It also possesses great local talent including Mancow Muller, Roe Conn, and Don & Roma.
The station's program director appeared on that last one this morning, and he offered our soon-to-be unemployed governor a job--a Sunday show from 2pm-3pm.
Blago's impeachment trial begins on Monday. If it plays out as expected, the Chicago Democrat might be looking for work around the middle of next month.
If Blagojevich does make it on to WLS, there had better be a seven second delay.
As we learned in the federal complaint against him, Blago likes to swear.
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