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Court Blocks Emanuel

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by Bro. Curtis, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. Bro. Curtis

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    From the article:

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    Opponents have been trying to get Emanuel removed on the grounds that he did not reside in Chicago for a year before the upcoming February election. He moved to Washington, D.C., two years ago to work for President Barack Obama.

    But Emanuel’s legal team has argued that he always intended to return to Chicago, noting that he maintained ownership of his Ravenswood home.

    The Appellate Court concluded that Emanuel’s claims of intent to return were not enough.

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    HA! There it is! A common trait of the left is that having good intentions is satisfactory. That's good enough in their book, never mind what the outcome is. That's why ObamaCare is considered good--they have good intentions. That's why they think disarmament is good--because they have good intentions. Never mind the actual details and ramifications of their laws and treaties.

    The left doesn't actually have to do anything, they simply have to have good intentions. And they just admitted it in this lawsuit. Sweet.
     
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    Isn't this the same way Obama got a Nobel Peace Prize, for his "good intentions?"
     
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    The Chicago Political Machine's running a bit rough.
    You know what they say about squeaky wheels.
    I wonder who's palm needs greasing.
     
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