One thing in this post is not like the other. Above, Illinois State Sen. Rickey Hendon, on the chamber’s open floor, slamming his fellow lawmakers for refusing to support the state’s civil unions bill, which passed today. “It’s the right thing to do,” says Hendon, who fingers his colleagues guilty of “hypocrisy” that’s “dripping in this chamber right now” by adulterers and closeted gays. Below, State Sen. Rev. James Meeks, who’s running for Chicago mayor, admitting he’s among those deserving of such criticism. Asked whether he thinks his “no” vote on the bill will “hurt your run for mayor among gay and lesbian voters,” Meeks responded, “I don’t know.” Uh, I DO.