Bill Clinton to stump for Emanuel in Chicago - Politics - More politics - msnbc.com By DON BABWIN The Associated Press CHICAGO Rahm Emanuel hopes Bill Clinton can persuade Chicago voters to support his bid for mayor, despite a former mayoral contender's warning that Clinton risks his popular standing with the African American community by backing Emanuel rather than a black candidate. The former president is scheduled to appear with Emanuel at the Chicago Cultural Center Tuesday morning. Emanuel touted the visit in his campaign mailings over the weekend, mixed with an appeal for campaign donations. "I'm honored to have President Clinton's support," the former White House chief of staff told supporters in the e-mail Sunday. "I'm excited to show President Clinton the great Chicagoans who've made this campaign possible." Considering the shape the Illinois is in, and the fact that Mayor Daley said the Govs idea of increasing taxes and spending if foolish. I'd vote for someone that has a conservative fiscal platform, and not just more of the same. If they want to see into the future of liberal policies they only have to look at Detroit.