Home News Rahm Emanuel powers to victory in Chicago mayoral race News Rahm Emanuel powers to victory in Chicago mayoral race By Reuters - February 23, 2011 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp CHICAGO (Reuters) – Former White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel was elected mayor of Chicago on Tuesday, powering to a strong majority of the vote to avoid a run-off. Read the full story. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrintGoogle Related RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR FUBAR Donald Trump: Clearly, the prince of lies FUBAR Trump takes credit for Obama’s economy Capitol Hillbillies Republicans struggle to defend Trump’s racism remarks 7 COMMENTS 500M deficit. 12.5B in under funded pension obligations. Will he do a Walker Wisconsin? Doubt it. Capitulation? Yeah… it’s Cronyism. Just what Chicagoans want. yu gys lost me… howzit cronyizm? wur the voterz crowkneez? Tongue-in-cheek, for me. Hell… they wanted the guy. He beat how many? Bein’ as it’s Chicago, the question is, “How many more will he beat?” This is the most disgusting news to come across the wires today…America’s stuck between the ‘Fascxista’ at home and Mossad & the CIA abroad. It had to happen, but it is still disturbing news… Cronyism at its worst. Comments are closed.