Rod Blagojevich doesn't have the same choices available to him as you do.
Former Governor Rod Blagojevich is going by a different title these days:
Blagojevich's former attorney Sam Adam Jr. visited him in the Englewood, Colo. prison where he's assigned, reports the Chicago Tribune.
Adam Jr. said Blago still has the same charisma, even though he's in jail.
“He is the same person there as he was here,” Adam Jr. told the Tribune's Annie Sweeny. “You know that expression, ‘Does it play in Peoria?’ Well, it certainly plays in Littleton.”
Blagojevich has even earned a slight edge in the slammer because of his much publicized trial, and his media tour.
He said many of the inmates treat him like he's "he's the man."
Some even call him Gov.