Mitt likes Rahm, but the feeling is far from mutual, as we see HERE:
Mitt Romney has praised an array of Democrats for their policy ideas at various points in the campaign, part of an effort to boost his bipartisan bona fides.
It’s a good strategy, in theory, to try and drive a wedge between President Obama and his allies. That is, until those living, breathing examples inevitably shoot down Romney’s claims with something akin to: “You know nothing of my work.”
The latest example is Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, President Obama’s former chief of staff, whom Romney praised ...