On the other hand, it sounds like it would sure be fun to be back home in Chicago during the runup to the mayoral runoff on April 7.
Is Rahm da bomb, or is Chuy the guy? I think the city would be (somewhat) better served by a second term for Emanuel; after all, even a totalitarian can be competent. And it doesn't sound like Garcia is really clear on what in the world he's going to do if he wins.
I have a hunch that he'll win anyway. Either way, surely Chicago can do better at what may be the most critical juncture in its history than either of these guys.