Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Wow. Big shock there.

So it's Mayor Rahm in Chi-town.

Wow. Who could have seen that coming?

21 comments:

Marko said...

Looks like the Great Flaming Eye on top of Barad-Dur in the lands of Mordor has been replaced with a younger, slightly better-looking Great Flaming Eye.

McVee said...

The spin begins.
The real test is how He handles the taste of Chicago. Screw all the other crap. And We don't need anymore street planters.
Don't F!&K with the taste Rahm!

New Jovian Thunderbolt said...

Do you think Kim Du Toit would consider moving back to the Chicago now that Shortshanks is gone? Maybe not.

CGHill said...

According to Fark, Rahm got 107 percent of the vote, which sounds about right.

Brigid said...

It followed that sale on Illinois Supreme Court justices.

Jim said...


Wow. Who could have seen that coming?


Democrats?

Jim

aczarnowski said...

Has anybody checked to make sure the quarantine walls around Chicago are holding? Weapons grade stupid like that is too powerful to let out.

Anonymous said...

MSNBC headline: Chicago Gets Change

No word on hope.

AT

Craig S. Miller said...

Through a seance. I heard my Deceased Mom, Grandmother, and Grandfather, life long republicans, all dead over a decade have moved to Chicago and voted for him. When I saw that article about the stacked bodies in Chicago graveyard http://www.ajc.com/news/nation-world/poor-stacked-in-mass-843423.html
I knew they were found by exit polling.

Ancient Woodsman said...

This post might explain your first post for today. I'm guessing the two are connected.

BobG said...

I wonder how many live people voted for him?

Anonymous said...

Mayor Rahm the 1st has anounced 21 days of free bread and circuses for the public to celebrate his reign.

Gerry

Anonymous said...

The efficiency of the Democratic Machine in any given area is measured by the number of recounts required to get victory.
Rahm's machine is more efficient than Al Franken's.
Hmmm...Rahm had to be allowed to run so that the the mayor would be elected by "the will of the people" and the Democrats in Wisconsin leave the state to thwart "the will of the people."
The "will of the people" must be followed if and only if it is in agreement with the will of the Democratic National Committee.

perlhaqr said...

Hmmm...Rahm had to be allowed to run so that the the mayor would be elected by "the will of the people" and the Democrats in Wisconsin leave the state to thwart "the will of the people."

The "will of the people" must be followed if and only if it is in agreement with the will of the Democratic National Committee.


*DING DING DING DING DING!* We have a winner!

Crotalus (Dont Tread on Me) said...

One crook replaces another. Big whoop.

The total Chicago gun ban will be back, or at least, there will be no improvement over the "common sense" (sptooie) gun laws there. And the cops will be as arrogant and criminal as ever.

John Stephens said...

Great Flaming WHAT? I don't think that's an eye up there...

Joe in PNG said...

Sadly, it seems that he was the best choice.

Alan J. said...

Great...first Harry Dresden gets shot and falls off a boat in Chicago, and now Ram-it-Through Rahm gets "elected" Mayor. I'm sensing a connection...

Anonymous said...

Well at least when he Rahms his hand up your tukus to extract that last bit gold you were hiding he won't be using all five fingers, only 4 1/2

Rich

Anonymous said...

And the Edarkenment continues apace...

Gmac

Tam said...

Joe in PNG,

"Sadly, it seems that he was the best choice."

That is the saddest but truest thing I've heard all week. Way to bring the bummer, dude.