The reception wasn't as warm at Izola's restaurant on 79th Street.
Hecklers tried to provoke a confrontation with Emanuel, holding a "Dump Quinn in 2010" banner and yelling "Get out of our neighborhood!"
Their main complaint was that the stimulus dollar "shovel-ready jobs" aren't coming to their neighborhood.
Emanuel shook the main heckler's hand and spoke politely to him.
"Welcome to Chicago!" the heckler said.
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Things Aren't So Nice in Chicagoland
Former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel is hitting the campaign trail this week. His quest for the Mayor's office is underway, buy the man who was the second most powerful person in Washington a few days ago, is not being recieved as warmly as he would like in his hometown. The Chicago Sun Times writes: