Apartments in Washington aren't free. How do you get someone to let you live in one for five years for free? Freeloading Rahm Emanuel figured out hoe to do it. The apartment Was owned by Stanley Greenberg, a close associate of BP. Greenberg's firm was a prime architect of BP’s recent re-branding drive as a green petroleum company.
The LA Times reported:
In case you were tempted to buy the faux Washington outrage at BP and its gulf oil spill in recent days, here’s a story that reveals a little-known corporate political connection and the quiet way the inner political circles intersect, protect and care for one another in the nation’s capital. And Chicago.
We already knew that BP and its folks were significant contributors to the record $750-million war chest of Barack Obama’s 2007-08 campaign.
Now, we learn the details of a connection of Rahm Emanuel...