Rahm Emanuel & Pat Quinn

Rahm Israel Emanuel (born November 29, 1959) is an American politician and the 55th and current Mayor of Chicago. Patrick Joseph Pat Quinn III (born December 16, 1948) is the 41st and current Governor of Illinois. He is a member of the Democratic Party. 5.0/5

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Two States: I thought these two states, made for an interesting contrast. The first part about Illinois and the second part is about Oklahoma! PART 1 — Illinois "A State with No Republicans"! Some interesting data on the 'state' of, the State of Illinois... There are more people on welfare in Illinois than there are people working. Chicago pays the highest wages to teachers than anywhere else in the U.S. Their average pay is $110,000/year. Their pensions average 80-90% of their income. Wow, are Illinois and Chicago great or what? Be sure to read till the end. I've never heard it explained better. Perhaps the U.S. Should pull out of Chicago ? Body count: In the last six months, 292 killed (murdered) in Chicago . 221 killed in Iraq ; AND Chicago has one of the strictest gun laws in the entire US. Here's the Chicago chain of command: President: Barack Hussein Obama • Senator: *** Durbin • House Representative: Jesse Jackson Jr. • Governor: Pat Quinn • House leader: Mike Madigan • Atty. Gen.: Lis ...
If Pat Quinn challenged Rahm Emanuel for Mayor of Chicago who would you rather see win
Where are people getting the idea that Pat Quinn will challenge Rahm Emanuel for mayor?
1. From: Raynard Subject: Congressman calls for readiness: "We are poised to fight if we have to fight." Rush demands jobs, contracts on CTA's 95th Street station project by: Fran Spielman Source: suntimes.com U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush, D-Illinois, demanded Monday that African-Americans get a "35 to 40 percent" share of the 700 jobs and $240 million in contracts tied to construction of the CTA's showcase 95th Street station. Two years ago, Rush threatened to stop Metra "in its tracks" unless black contractors got a piece of the $133 million South Side railroad bridge project known as the "Englewood Flyover." Rush didn't go that far after a groundbreaking ceremony Monday that gave Gov. Pat Quinn, Sen. *** Durbin, D-Illinois, and Mayor Rahm Emanuel an opportunity to court black votes. But the congressman gave the CTA until the close of business Friday to make an ironclad commitment to award "35 to 40 percent" of the jobs and contracts to African-Americans. "When they did the Red Line renovation, that kind o ...
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Would you vote for Rahm Emanuel or Pat Quinn again, and while we're at it, what about Jesse White?
would like to wish those Glamours Gamma girls a happy centennial. So happy for you all! Ms. Staci Eboni Elise Pilar Sissac Deloris Walker Arlecia Taylor Kim Matthews Model T Mechelle Haywood Melanie S. Berks Tennille Winfrey Woo hoo to you all! To honor Alpha Kappa Alpha’s centennial, Feb. 12 will now be marked as “Gamma Day” in the state of Illinois by Gov. Pat Quinn, in the city of Champaign by Mayor Don Gerard, and in the city of Chicago by Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Quinn, Emanuel push for U.S. immigration overhaul at Chicago rally - Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Gov. Pat Quinn joined...
It was an honor to share the stage with Rahm Emanuel and Pat Quinn to demand comprehensive immigration…
Lunch today with Pat Quinn, Rahm Emanuel, Allison Rosatti, and my sister Carolyn Gable the 2013 Entrepreneurial Woman of the Year!
* Mayor Rahm Emanuel has some pretty big pension problems on his hands, the result of years of not paying into the funds. So, he’s proposing a new and extended “ramp” to get the payments up to snuff over time. Gov. Pat Quinn vigorously opposed a shorter new ramp last spring, so Emanuel is trying aga...
Chicago so inept at stopping gang violence that Illinois Governor suggests deploying the National Guard By BearingArms.com Staff / 22 September 2013 / 106 comments Perhaps if Chicago Police Chief Garry McCarthy spent less time threatening legal concealed carriers, and more time taking steps to end the rampant gang crime in the Windy City, then governo Pat Quinn wouldn’t need to consider sending in the National Guard and State Police to do the job that the Chicago PD either won’t, or can’t: Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn says he’s open to sending National Guard troops or State Police to assist Chicago police with curbing violence if city officials want the help. He says State Police have helped in places like East St. Louis, but only when local authorities coordinate things. Quinn says he hasn’t been approached by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel yet. Neither Emanuel or McCarthy seem bright enough to face the reality that the city gun laws that ensure that only criminal gangs are armed is the reason the city ...
Some pretty amazing statistics you will never hear from the mainstream media !! Newtown, CT Nineteen of the 20 Newtown children are white. All of a sudden the 2nd amendment should be repealed or altered. Chicago children are mostly black. The media is silent about Chicago violence. WHY? Chicago: 446 school age children shot last year with the strongest gun laws in country & the media is silent. The cesspool known as Chicago probably has the toughest gun laws in the country, yet despite all the shootings, murders, and bloodshed, you never hear a peep about this from the corrupt state run media. In Chicago , there have been 446 school age children shot in leftist utopia run by Rahm Emanuel. 62 school aged children have actually been killed by crazed nuts in Chicago so far this year. So why isn't this news worthy? Is it because it would embarrass those anti second amendment nuts who brag about Chicago's tough gun laws? Is it because most of the kids who were shot and killed were minorities? Or is it because ...
First Lady Michelle Obama is scheduled to attend the funeral of Hadiya Pendleton, the 15-year-old honors student whose death by random gunfire has galvanized the attention of people in Chicago and throughout the nation. She will be accompanied to the services on Saturday by U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan and Valerie Jarrett, a senior adviser to President Obama. Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn announced that he, too, will attend the funeral. The teenager was killed a week ago while in a Chicago park in what police have characterized as a random act of gang violence in which Hadiya was an innocent victim. Her death, which came nearly a week after she performed as a majorette in an inaugural event for President Obama, has re-ignited passions about the high level of gun violence in Chicago. The number of murders in that city increased to 506 in 2012, up 17 percent from the previous year. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced last week that the city would shift 200 police officers now serving in administrative po ...
Joshua Culling writes on NRO: During the Democratic National Convention I wrote about a clear contrast between the policies of Illinois natives Barack Obama and Pat Quinn, and their Wisconsin counterparts, Paul Ryan and Scott Walker. We now have another anti-reformer to add to the Illinois column: C...
Note to Rahm Emanuel and Pat Quinn...with the sorry state of your city and state respectfully, you should be welcoming any business that is stupid enough that wants to open up in Illinois.
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The Cook County Board passes a resolution praising Chicago White Sox pitcher Philip Humber for his perfect game. Yet considering that Mayor Rahm Emanuel, President Barack Obama and Gov. Pat Quinn have already made their gestures of support (the latter made April 28 Philip Humber Day in Illinois), one can ask, 'what took the county so long?' -30-
Pols line up to help Rush increase minority contracts on Metra project By: FRAN SPIELMAN City Hall Reporter/fspielman Rep. Bobby Rush got some powerful support Friday in his drive to force Metra to bolster minority participation on a $133 million railroad construction project known as the “Englewood Flyover.” Sen. *** Durbin (D-Ill.), Gov. Pat Quinn and Mayor Rahm Emanuel all supported the end sought by the Chicago Democrat without justifying the means: a threat to shut down the project if minority contractors don’t get their fair share. “I certainly understand Congressman Rush’s frustration. This Flyover is taking place in a part of Chicago where there is high minority unemployment. He represents these folks. They were there when we cut the ribbon,” Durbin said. “I don’t want to shut it down. But, I want to join him in putting pressure on those who are involved in it to move toward more diversity employment, more Illinois employment.” After joining Durbin and Quinn to announce C ...
Gov. Pat Quinn , Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Sen. *** Durbin all appeared on Chicago's North Side to announce $86 million for the city's Red Line El stations.
Press conference with Alderman Joe Moore, Sen. *** Durbin, Gov. Pat Quinn, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and more to announce...
Very beautiful service today for my cousin ALVIN BOUTE, he was a very special & important man. I was amazed when I saw the governor Pat Quinn speak, Rahm Emanuel made a appearance and then Rev. Jessie Jackson did his eulogy. So amazing, so beautiful, I have a beautiful family! R.I.P ALVIN BOUTE!!!
Getting started on our livechat with Rahm Emanuel and Pat Quinn: That hashtag joins the feed, too.
Talking to Pat Quinn/Rahm Emanuel April 4 at theater in the Field Museum. Questions for them? via
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