The Menomini called them pikwute sikakushia (skunk plant), and they referred to an area near the southern shore of Lake Michigan, where ramps grew abundantly, as CicagaWuni or shikako (skunk place). The term was later applied to a white settlement now known as Chicago.
Here's the thing; I've said all along to folks on the left that one of the primary reasons I don't trust Obama is that he's a product of Chicago politics. Now, there's really nothing more corrupt than Chicago politics. It's the pure distillation of American political corruption confined to a relatively small corner on the shores of Lake Michigan.