Friday, February 15, 2013

The ReCycle Spin

Two days ago Mark Curran announced unexpectedly that he will not be a candidate for Illinois Attorney General. Your LakeCountyEye can report that, as of the close of Day Two, Curran has not changed his mind about that, yet. Watch this blog for further bulletins, as events warrant.

Haha, as readers of this blog are redundantly aware ...
The News-Sun reported that Mark Curran kicked off his re-election campaign for Lake County Sheriff with a public announcement:
"During the past couple of months, I have thoroughly explored a possible run for Illinois attorney general, which included talking to many people around the state and prayerful reflection and consultation with family and friends," he said Wednesday. "I have decided to run for re-election for Lake County sheriff."
Sheriff Curran drops attorney general bid
Curran explained his sudden flip-flop, telling the Daily Herald ...
"prayerful reflection," along with consultation with family and friends, led him to change his mind and pursue his third, 4-year term as Lake County sheriff. "I have great clarity," Curran said of his decision. "I have great peace."
Lake County sheriff to seek reelection to another term, not a run for attorney general
If operatives have that eerie feeling of déjà vu all over again, they are not alone; Curran has a history of changing his mind in this fashion. Those operatives eager to know when the next flip-flop will occur may refer to this scientific flowchart:
In the interim, look for your LakeCountyEye at your nearest Lake County roundabout.

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