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For too long, he thought he was the Teflon governor. He could do whatever was politically expedient, but nothing would stick.
On Monday, Rod Blagojevich found out differently. It stuck all over him. He was convicted on 17 of 20 counts of miscellaneous corruption charges and undoubtedly will spend several years behind bars for his abuse of power and his attempts to use his public office for personal gain.
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