Why do we put up with corruption as if it’s bad weather?
Why can’t we stick together as Chicagoans instead of members of our particular ward, tribe or party?
Why don’t we city folk talk about being from Chicago more often than the suburbanites do? (Is it only that they need to explain where their suburb is?)
Why can’t we talk about “(my neighborhood) in Chicago” or “my Chicago neighborhood, (blank)” instead of just its name? Isn’t that the city version of “(my suburb), near Chicago” after all?
Why does politics get described as Chicago’s favorite spectator sport? Why can’t we all realize that we’re part of it?
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