Although for all the wrong reasons, Illinois Governor Blagojevich told the now nationalized Bank of America yesterday that his state would no longer do business with their evil asses. Today, the government arrested him for corruption.
Lew Rockwell concludes:
When the feds arrest the governor of a state, you know it can’t be over corruption. After all, government is corruption. In fact, as Ken Langston points out, it was his threat against that Paulson-Bernanke fave, Bank of America, that sealed Blagojevich’s fate.