22 November, 2010

Chicago Mayor Race: Emanuel Ineligible?

Posted by Socrates in Israel, jewed politics, Jewish politicians, politics, Socrates at 1:03 am | Permanent Link

Holy bagels. My theory that “anyone can become mayor of Chicago” might need to be re-examined [1]. Emanuel was formerly a soldier in the Israel Defense Forces.


More about Emanuel [Here].

[1] given that city’s political history

  • 4 Responses to “Chicago Mayor Race: Emanuel Ineligible?”

    1. Sgt. Skull Says:

      Holy Bagels indeed. But it’s for all the wrong reasons. I thought someone had the gumption to reveal his status as dual U.S./Israeli citizen. The complaint challenges his candidacy based on his not outside of Chicago the past two years.

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      That Jew Emmanuel looks really sinister, with his dark complexion and his beady, souless eyes. Figures that a ruthless, scheming Jew like him will become the mayor of a city that is full of Blacks (yes, he will become Mayor of Shitcago because the Jews will use their money, media control and votes to make sure he wins). Blacks have been exploited by Big Jew for centuries.

    3. Sgt. Skull Says:

      from my first post……………..Based on his residing outside of Chicago.

      It looks like nobody has the gumption to challenge his candidacy based on his dual Israeli/U.S. citizenship. After all, that would be aunti-semitism.

    4. Virgil Says:

      He deserves to be drawn and quartered!