On Thursday October 5, 2006 after an exhausting day at the embroiled Department of Water Management, I attended class at Roosevelt College in Chicago. Two famous Congressmen Jesse Jackson Jr. 2nd district (D-IL) and Congressman Ray LaHood 18th district (R-IL) spoke to a class given by Tom Roeser right after the “Foley page scandal” hit the news. Both gentlemen were brilliant and explained their points of view based upon their constituents needs. Jackson was given an A by the class in every category. This picture has two potential rivals against Mayor Daley and was the day before Daley and Jackson spoke on the Chicago School System which is in ruins with Daley asleep at the switch as usual. Jesse Jackson Jr. and Mike Quigley would make great Mayors of Chicago. I think Jackson has what it takes to clean up the failures, clout, and corruption, the Daley legacies. Photo by Tony Joyce.