Campaign Update: Come meet the candidates and place as many votes as you can at the Vote Early and OFTEN political PARTY @ the Annoyance Theatre, Sunday, Nov. 4th, 8:15p-9:30p.
Campaign Update: Damning news about Brett Mannes and the secret he is hiding. Check it out here:
Judy couldn’t wait to be an American so she caused her mother to go into premature labor one month early. Although she weighed only 3.5 pounds, she had the determined spirit of the automobile industry and survived the tough halls of St Joseph Hospital in urban East St Louis. She was born to John, a magician and Stephanie, a nurse. A classic American romance if ever one was told. The family soon moved from Alton, IL to Mount Prospect, IL where the love of this great country continued to grow.
Like most hard working Americans, Judy received average grades in school. Modesty, humility, and Americanisity were her motto. She found her calling in the American art of improv and began teaching at one of America’s greatest institutions Second City at the age of 24. She continues to teach the children of our future. She teaches them well, and sometimes lets them lead the way. To this and every job she ever had she has driven a Ford.
She has walked for many causes including AIDS, Alzheimer’s, and Breast Cancer proving she doesn’t only talk the talk, she walks the walk. She walked right over the face of breast cancer by defeating it in her own body in 2008. “Don’t tread on me breast cancer!”
America is our great mother. And in that tradition, so is Judy. Her 5 year old daughter’s first word was “Liberty”.
Where does Judy stand?
On America: It has the greatest sports teams, the greatest musical bands, and the greatest roller coasters.
On the United States: The best things in life are United. For example: the United Colors of Benetton.
On being an American: Some people call me a human being. I call myself an American Being. Boom!
On China: Only should be used during weddings or anniversaries.