The Washington Times - December 12, 2008, 08:56AM

David R. Sands is reporting that Illinois is rivaling Louisiana for the title of the country’s most corrupt state.

It sounds like that would emerge when “Survivor” meets “Face the Nation.”


If the title “country’s most corrupt state” sticks, politicians there would have to campaign accordingly:

“I am much less corrupt than my opponent.”

“If I am elected, I will not add much more to the corruption of this great state.”

“On the corruptibility scale, I am a proud centrist.”