Monday, February 20, 2006

Blagojevich introduces his pizza franchise

SPRINGFIELD (ap) -- The Illinois Bla-governor formally launched his pizza parlor business in the state capital Sunday by promising not to raise prices in a second year and tarring Republicans for wanting to dismantle his secret sauce recipe. He sat down with the Daley Show for a Q&A about this venture.

Where are you getting the funds to open "PIZZA 4 ALL"?
"We inherited a mess [of money]."

Who should order pizza from you?
"The people without lobbyists, the people who have families to nurture, dreams they pursue and meals to cook, homework to do, and car payments to make, those are the people."

Your first attempt at making pizza (back in the 90s) ended in failure. What have you done to improve your recipes?
"I am proud of the progress we've made, of the people whose lives we have made better, and I am committed to do more."

Are you considering moving the business back to Chicago?
"We've made a difference in people's lives. Now is not the time to move back. Now is the time to keep moving forward."

Does that mean you'll raise prices?
"I won't do it. I don't believe in it. I think it's the wrong thing to do."

How do you make such a great pizza?
"We do everything right, and I'm proud of our record of accomplishment."

Aren't there other pizza franchises in town that can deliver an equally good pizza?
"The people who want to divide will never bring us together. The people who put the special interests first can't deliver for the middle class."

In the name of fairness, this blog contacted one of Blagojevich's pizza-making rivals, Chicago Ald. Edwin Eisendrath, to comment. What do you think of the Bla-governor's promises to create the perfect pizza?
"He's failed completely to keep his promise to 'change business as usual.' The governor has adopted business as usual. He's changed the nameplate on the door."



Anonymous hungry said...

I'd like to order a large sausage and sarcasm pizza, extra sauce

8:42 AM  

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