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  •  Rahmsis I of Chicago (1+ / 0-)
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    Why hasn't aging "Corporate Boy"started bashing the Unions of Chi-Town? He's been mayor for more than 2 months. Could it be that the Unions of "The Big Shouldered City" would hit the streets against him, just like Unions have against republican govs in the states surrounding Illinois?

    Rahmsis learned nothing about the 1994 mid term ass kicking he helped create during the Clinton years. He once again helped demoralize Democrats and fire up republicans with his base hating and conservadem candidate picks in 2010.

    With Rahm at the helm, Chicago will go republican in 2012. He's got a gift!Biggert is just the beginning!

    •  Just Give Him a Chance... (0+ / 0-)

      he make take note of the voter backlash occurring against his fellow corporate ass kissers in WI and OH.. but he knows he has big money on his side... and that tends to make arrogant people even more arrogant.

      "I don't feel the change yet". Velma Hart

      by Superpole on Wed Mar 30, 2011 at 05:39:27 AM PDT

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    •  Seriously? (0+ / 0-)

      Rahm said publicly during the campaign he absolutely disagreed with Walker in WI and the morning after the election the first thing he did was go to a city firehouse and meet with the firemen.

      •  Seriously? (0+ / 0-)

        And I heard him making lots of noise about Unions milking Chicago, and saw some fired up Union meetings warning him to change his tune. So if he did take heed thats good, and I hope he stays scared.

        •  Rahm ran an ugly commercial (1+ / 0-)
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          Grabber by the Heel

          His ad shop has never been good. The commercial was along the lines "I'll make sure everyone who works for the city of Chicago knows they work for you." I'm not in a union and I took affront to it. Sounded like a Republican running for DuPage County Board. The weekend it came out a 60 year old Streets and San worker died of heart attack on a Saturday shoveling snow in an alley after the big storm.

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