Why RAHM!, you ask? Why, this:
So when the House is tackling what DeLay calls the most ambitious agenda since Republicans took control a decade ago, he has to worry about getting face time with local officials and with business owners who turn out for Chamber of Commerce dinners in the 30 percent of his district that is new. Democrats are chortling about his possible weakness. Rep. Rahm Emanuel (Ill.), chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, said he is happy that DeLay is “meeting some real people instead of just K Street lobbyists.” “Maybe he’ll find out the people actually like Social Security,” Emanuel said.