It can be argued — and perhaps is being argued by a faction of the Rod Blagojevich jury that favors acquittal — that the former governor was saved from criminal conduct by his own ineptitude. The federal tapes may show him talking the talk of high crimes, but did he walk the walk? Or was he, unlike a real criminal, all talk and no follow-through — a blowhard? If his office was for sale, where are his profits?