Should Replace Rahm?
This might be great news
The news that Chicago Mayor Daley
would not run for a seventh term was a shocker.
Instant speculation that Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel may step down to
run for the job was not.
Robert Gibbs hinted that a mayoral run could be in Emanuel's future.
"Something like that doesn't come around a lot," Gibbs told reporters,
could be turnover at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. after the midterm election.
With his own approval ratings in
the dumps, Obama will need a chief of staff who can
champion what's left of his first-term agenda while preparing for
election to a second.
Should the new chief of staff be a no-holds-barred Washington insider
Or a fresh face -- by Washington standards -- who can bring credibility
to a badly battered
White House? Maybe a former governor with executive experience?
Either way, we could hardly do
I always liked Rahm, until he turned into the Great Appeaser.
I figured Rahm would be one of the
last to surrender early.
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