Please open the link below to read the letter as it will describe what mass media does not report at all about - which is how the bad cop ( Emanuel) acts while the good cop Obama sells the nice cop fairy tails. Emanuel has a very obscure background as I reported earlier with a very wallstreet friendly bias to say the least as he received in 3 years working for Dresner Kleinwort Benson a 20 mil bonus in Chicago. That is strange as he had no banking background before and worked in the Chicago office and a tier 3 bank and made more money than the top stars of Goldman in those years. Which does not make any sense by any bonus metric - he also made strange stuff at other Chicago posts he had as you can easily find at Wikpedia. That his father was a hard core Zionist and he has close affiliations to Israel makes it very weird as he likely belongs to the Rothschild / Rockefeller circle and thats how he gets his jobs basically and undeserved perks.Excerpt
Darrell Issa Goes After Rahm Emanuel, Hilarity Ensues And Epic Fail For The Chief Of Staff
Darrell Issa tells the Chief Of Staff, to, basically fuck off. Zero Hedge tries hard to find fault with the Congressman's logic and fails miserably.http://www.scribd.com/doc/18106563/20090804EmanuelStimulus
After serving as an advisor to Bill Clinton, in 1998 Emanuel resigned from his position in the Clinton administration and became an investment banker at Wasserstein Perella (now Dresdner Kleinwort), where he worked until 2002. In 1999, he became a managing director at the firm’s Chicago office. Emanuel made $16.2 million in his two-and-a-half-year stint as a banker, according to Congressional disclosures. At Wasserstein Perella, he worked on eight deals, including the acquisition by Commonwealth Edison of Peco Energy and the purchase by GTCR Golder Rauner of the SecurityLink home security unit from SBC Communications.
Emanuel was named to the Board of Directors for the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation ("Freddie Mac") by then President Bill Clinton in 2000. His position earned him at least $320,000, including later stock sales. He was not assigned to any of the board's working committees, and the Board met no more than six times per year..
During his time on the board, Freddie Mac was plagued with scandals involving campaign contributions and accounting irregularities. The Obama Administration rejected a request under the Freedom of Information Act to review Freddie Mac board minutes and correspondence during Emanuel's time as a director.The Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight (OFHEO) later accused the board of having "failed in its duty to follow up on matters brought to its attention." Emanuel resigned from the board in 2001 when he ran for Congress.