Video: Bruce Rauner Makes Possibly Fatal Campaign Error, Orders Ketchup On Hot Dog
By Chuck Sudo in News on Oct 28, 2014 9:10PM
With just days before thousands of Illinoisans decide to stay away from their polling places rather than vote between two middle-age men with perpetually confused looks on their faces for governor, one of them committed a faux pas that had Chicago area media collectively gasping.
Republican gubernatorial nominee Bruce Rauner took his "Speak in Monosyllables Express" to a Portillo's restaurant in suburban Vernon Hills Tuesday, where he showed he could be even more daft than Gov. Pat Quinn about a mandatory Ebola quarantine. Rauner burnished his isolationist credentials and called for a travel ban from West Africa. But it was after Rauner proved he could recite from memory where he misstepped. Rauner placed an order for three hot dogs: one with everything; one plain; one with ... wait for it ... ketchup and mustard.
We're only half-joking when we say this will sway some votes Quinn's way.