Washington (CNN)– CNN's Chief National Correspondent John King caught up with Rahm Emanuel Tuesday in Chicago as the former top Obama aide did some last minute campaigning for mayor.
Emanuel – who is poised for victory in the mayoral election Tuesday – said he disagreed with the way Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is handling that states' budget crisis:
"Here in Chicago we have a vested interest of working together, finding agreement together, put our fiscal house in order, get our schools strong, get our street safe, so we can make sure that our residents here – it is a city that a middle class family can send their kids to school and feel safe on the street," Emanuel also said.
The full interview will appear on John King, U.S.A. at 7 p.m. ET.
Schools are going to have to become a parental cost item. The taxes for schools MUST be borne by parents, and under the present property tax system, that is, frankly, not working. The tax is going to have to become an enrollment tax, paid by everyone, and not just the middle class.
Yes we understand that being a Democrat means lining the pockets of Union bosses with money. It's funny how liberals have no problem with the distribution of wealth when it comes to the rich, as long as it doesn't include rich Unions. When will they grow up and realize that Unions have been holding America cities and workers hostage?
Good for him. The Union has already agreed to the demands. They just don't want their collective bargaining rights stripped of them. By doing so, he's in a position to screw them later in a big way. And they can't do anything about it. Keep fighting the good fight, protesters. And stay on the lam, Senators.
Well of course Rham the Gangster disagrees with Gov Walker, as Obambi does......everyone learns to never bite the hand that feeds you, and those hands belong to the Unions!!!