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Bob Kemper looks at the motivations behind Roland Burris's attempt to join the Senate.
Embattled Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich named Roland Burris as Obama's replacement in the U.S. Senate.
A few bumps in the road have appeared for President-elect Obama.
Eugene Volokh takes the same view I do: that legal precedent is on Burris' side.
There are no allegations of wrongdoing on behalf of Burris, so would Democrats want to expel him?
The Illinois secretary of state doesn't like it one bit, and neither do Senate Democrats.
Blago strikes back.
Blagojevich's plans set up a challenge with congressional leaders who say they will reject his pick.
The answer seems a clear "Yes," though doubts linger on.
Many eagerly await the findings, while others think it's much ado about nothing.