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Second City Spoofs Quinn-Rauner Race With Rival Political Ads

Refreshingly devoid of elder abuse imagery.

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    Anyone who felt mildly annoyed at the "me time"-interrupting barrage of gloomy political attack ads that aired during Sunday's otherwise perfect installment of The Good Wife is going to appreciate these new Quinn-Rauner spoofs from the merry pranksters at Chicago's talent-spawning The Second City.

    I'll have to watch the below on continuous loop for a week straight in order to get this depressing elder abuse image out of my head. Thanks for making me feel all the feelings, Quinn campaign!

    Ha-ha quote: "Pat Quinn is a man of his word. When he was elected governor, he stayed governor."

    Meanwhile, abiding by equal time rules, the comedy troupe has issued a rival ad that lampoons the GOP's Bruce Rauner for appealing to government-fatiqued Illinoisians on the "I'm Not Pat Quinn!" platform. (Definitive solutions for fixing this screwy state need not apply.)