Thursday, January 27, 2011

Just When I Thought Rahm Was Out. . .

He gets dragged back in.

The Illinois Supreme Court ruled today that Rahm Emanuel can stay on the ballot for mayor of Chicago, saying in a unanimous decision that he meets the state's residency requirements despite spending most of the last year as White House chief of staff.

The decision came without a moment to spare; early voting for the Feb. 22 city election begins Monday, Jan. 31.

In Chigago, when judges are bought, they stay bough.

Via Ace.

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