Ah, the mainstream media.
The useless, all fluff no substance source of non-news.
On Yahoo front page, there is a link Emanuel choice sparks Web frenzy.
All right lets see what Yahoo claims the bloggers say about this vile man.
However one spells the first Obama Cabinet member, the online frenzy for Emanuel surged an astonishing 75,473% on Yahoo! before he accepted the position. That number makes him the fastest moving search term in the past seven days on Yahoo!.
So what can the people who go to Yahoo learn about this man?
The Buzz had plenty to offer in Emanuel reminisces.
Yes, yes go on...
Both Defamer and Time offered fun facts, such as his ballet training, and how he inspired the Josh Lyman character on "The West Wing" (which, incidentally, bubbled up 56% in searches).
Oh, he took ballet training.
He was also an inspiration to a character in a TV series.
Well, OK, I am sure that important facts that he served in the Israeli Army, that his father was an IRGUN terrorist, his service in the Israeli Army during the first Gulf War, that as head of DCCC he ONLY supported pro Iraq War 2 candidates...
I am sure that comes later in the article right?
The Huffington Post dug up an old Valentine's Day Politico blog that ran through his wicked political punch lines at a party.
He had wicked jokes at a party.
Shiver me timbers!
In case all this rough stuff has worried people, NPR does talk about how his infamously short temper may have mellowed with age (he turns 49 on November 29), which would put him more in sync with Obama's calmer "change" mode.
Oh, so he mellowed out.
Rahm Emanuel - the good witch in the Washington Enchanted forest, dancing and prancing with unicorns under a maaaaaagical rainbow...
So again - where are the facts, the actual RELEVANT facts about this man?
His service in Israeli Army during the first Iraq War.
His father was a member of IRGUN.
His unflinching support of Israel over American interests.
His being a neocon.
I guess those facts are not relevant, while him taking a ballet class is.
Stay ignorant America - that's how they want you.
(and remember - everything written on a blog is blogspam, to be ignored, while anything written on a major media outlet, such as Yahoo, must be taken seriously).