Posted by Supreme General Rayegun @ 20:37
In case you missed it back on Monday, the Illinois Appeals Court ruled that Rahm Emanuel was ineligible to run for Chicago mayor because he did not meet the residency requirement. Now since then, the Illinois Supreme Court has spoken that his name can stay on the ballot until they make a final ruling.
What makes this funny to us here at the Southern Command is that Rahm was replaced in his former Chief of Staff position by the one of the Chicago Daley clan, Bill. With current mayor Dick Daley confirming that he was not going to run for a seventh term, Rahm figured he be a shoo-in…..especially if he got a Daley to take his place in the White House. Ipso facto, Chicago politics in action.
If this latest development holds up (let’s pray it does), and the IL Supreme’s state that the Appeals court got it right you can bet there’s going to be an “emergency” that Rahm will make sure he doesn’t miss. For now, we wait to see how the high court decides the matter.
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