The article provides a republican reaction to the Emanuel appointment. It fails to give even a note of mention to the laughable cynicism of the criticism. Emanuel is on the right wing of the Democratic party, and the republicans criticize him as too leftist. They criticize his financial connections when the Republicans are the party of by and for the wealthiest corporate greeders imaginable.
I am not an Emanuel fan in any way, but the RNC attacks are almost laughably for hypocritical and poorly based reasons.
A mild opinion piece containing some useful information.
It was funny this piece should mention "foul language" -
seems I recall VP Cheney telling a senator, on the senate floor, to do something anatomically impossible with himself--after being questioned about Haliburton ties.
pots and kettles
Rahm is going to kick their butts, when their butts are already sore from last Tuesday's butt kicking.
But they have no one to blame but themselves. They supported George Bush the past 8 years, and those eight years will give Democrats fodder for the next 20. So buy seat cushions my tender arsed friends. The pain has just begun.