“I’m the last thing these people want to see coming to Washington.”
- Republican Paul McKinley

Paul McKinley is running for Congress.
Paul McKinley wants to replace Jesse Jackson Jr. in the Illinois Second District.
Paul McKinley is an ex-con, a conservative, and someone who is willing to take on the Chicago Machine.
Paul McKinley is a Republican.

Paul McKinley is stirring things up in Chicago. Here is his latest ad.
Enjoy.

Here’s more on Paul McKinley:

Paul McKinley is a Republican candidate for Congress in the Second District of Illinois.

McKinley, born and raised in Chicago, is a grassroots activist in the community where he has been fighting the Chicago Machine for decades. He is married with two children.

McKinley is an ex-offender, active with the organization VOTE (Voices of the Ex-Offender), and has fought to put ex-offenders to work. McKinley believes it is vital to our communities to allow young men and women opportunities to seek gainful employment and turn their lives around.

McKinley is committed to family values, fiscal responsibility, and transparency at every level of government.

And, if you haven’t seen it yet, don’t miss Paul McKinley slamming the Chicago Machine at a candidates forum at Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s Church in Chicago.

 

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  1. I’d vote for him, but he better watch his back and pack his own security in his own coat, because the demonrats are out of control.

  2. Concise!

  3. Hope he wins…which he might. Then, he’ll probably face push-back.

  4. What the hell is an “ex-offender?” Offender of what? $ex offender?

    Good God, is this really what we want representing our side? Is this the best we can do?

  5. Gotta love a straight shooter. Good luck to him

  6. I say good luck to someone who wants to turn their life around! It is hard to come back and kudos to those who do! Does he have a website?

  7. And he needs money.

    Time to put up or shut up.

    And he has no chance.

  8. This man is awesome and could teach the republican leadership some things about honesty, integrity, and fighting for what is right with one single weapon; the truth. (I paraphrased that line from McKinley – I heard him in an interview today.)

  9. I don’t know enough about McKinley or VOTE to form an opinion. That he’s a Republican means nothing to me; I’m not a party voter/supporter. He sounds good and says the right things, but don’t they all?

  10. #4 February 6, 2013 at 5:50 pm
    Gregor commented:

    What the hell is an “ex-offender?” Offender of what? $ex offender?

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    I’d like to know that, too.

  11. But,,, does “El Jeffe” Karl Rove approve of him?

  12. #11 “But does “El Jeffe” Karl Rover approve of him?”

    LOL. Good one. Wouldn’t you love to see a cage match between this guy and Rove?

  13. Paul McCartney is a Republican?

    Wow! Who knew?

  14. He’s gonna need security….like STAT!!!!!

  15. #14 February 6, 2013 at 7:56 pm
    katy commented:

    He’s gonna need security….like STAT!!!!!
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    Unless he’s part of the Chicago machine, himself, reading his lines. Political theater…

    In fact, if his campaign takes off with him still making big talk and he doesn’t run around with hired security, we’ll know that he’s playing a role assigned to him by whomever runs the political theater.

  16. How nice. Yet another ‘maverick’ making a name for himself hirsuteness and all and then he will have to run against both the Democrats and the GOP.

    ‘The Republican Party, which has been a joke for almost as long as it has been a party, is in the hands of those same geniuses. Fresh off two defeats in presidential elections, they have come up with the plan of all plans to get back on top.

    First, they will nuke their own grassroots by raising money to attack deviant Tea Party candidates and protect true conservatives who support amnesty, tax shelters and tax hikes. Considering that the Tea Party was responsible for the first Republican victories since 2004, spending money going after it is bound to attract voters and improve prospects for more victories in 2014.

    Second, they will add 11 million Democratic voters to the rolls through amnesty for illegal aliens as part of a brilliant plan to stop being a national party and settle down to fighting pitched battles for local council seats. Even the geniuses behind the election polling and ORCA should be able to win a few those. And if they can’t, then it’ll be time to raise more money to keep down some of those pesky Tea Party types trying to run for school boards while saying politically incorrect things.

    Fortunately there is a clear path to victory. All we have to do is convince the Party of Consultants that all is lost and that they should come out as Democrats now. If they do that, then the Democratic Party will be a useless ruin within a decade. If they don’t do that, the Republican Party will have the same policies as the Democratic Party, except for the part where it wins elections.

    The establishment wanted Romney in ’12. And they got him. They assured us that he was the only electable candidate. And when he lost, they told us that he didn’t fail, the country failed him. And if a campaign built on Staples couldn’t catch fire, it must have been due to the descent of the country into a nation of takers.’

    Who Were the Geniuses Who Came Up With That One?

    Forget the GOP, it is nucking futs.

  17. Like how he says Mekanize OrganiZation… makin sure you get NOTHING….These are the voices the Republican Party needs to find, back and WIN.

  18. Bless ‘im, I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt. THAT takes BALLS.



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