Dems Blame Rahm Emanuel For Their Failed Far Left Policies & Chicago-Style Thug Politics

Democrats are upset because their big government, budget-busting, Chicago-style politics have failed and been rejected by Americans. They’re looking for a scapegoat for their horrific record and are targeting Rahm Emanuel. The Telegraph reported yesterday that Emanuel will step down after the fall elections.

Democrats have tripled the national deficit in one year and the economy is still lousy.

Not only were more jobs lost after the 9-11 attacks in 2001 than in the 2008 market crash, but more jobs were created by President Bush’s pro-business policies and tax cuts than by the Obama-Pelosi “spend your way to hell” Keynesian failure.

FOX News reported:

White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel is expected to leave his job within six to eight months because he is fed up with the “idealism” of President Barack Obama’s
closest advisers, The London Daily Telegraph reported Monday.

The newspaper cited Washington insiders, who said Congress veteran Emanuel, 50, is also concerned about burning out and losing touch with his three children due to the pressure of the job.

In response to the report, a senior White House official told Fox News early Monday the story was “ludicrous” and “not worth looking into.”

The Telegraph, however, quoted a Democratic source as saying: “I would bet he will go after the midterms.”

“Nobody thinks it’s working, but they can’t get rid of him — that would look awful. He needs the right sort of job to go to, but the consensus is he’ll go.”

“It might not be his fault, but the perception is there,” said the consultant
. “Every vote has been tough, from health care to energy to financial reform.

“Democrats have not stood behind the President in the way Republicans did for George W. Bush, and that was meant to be Rahm’s job.”

Emanuel is known as an abrasive pragmatist who has clashed with the idealistic inner circle around Obama.

Although he is believed to have a cordial working relationship with the President, The Telegraph reported Obama aides are frustrated that Emanuel “failed to deliver a smooth ride for the President’s legislative program that his background promised.”

Hey democrats… It’s not the messenger that’s the problem.

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