What's the stupidest thing Daley has ever said?

"Wha! Wha Wha! Wha! Wha! Wha!"

Complaining about state funding in 2009 but misspelling a key word:

"The state of Illinois funds those centers. We did not cut. They have cut state mental health facilities all over the state. That is state money. Underline that. S-A-T-E money. It's called state money ..."

Complaining in 2003 that Disney World had a no-fly zone but Chicago didn't:

"Now, think of that; Mickey and Minnie have it. I mean, I can't believe that. They get it first before we get it?"

In 1997 when civil libertarians complained about police harassment of political dissenters:

"It's just a group of people, yuppies and yippies and hoppies or whatever they call them, I don't know. Who are they? Are they worried about the moon coming out or something? The sun is changing and I don't know. This is unbelievable."

Addressing whether railroads have an obligation to make crossings safer:

"They have a responsibility, they can't get away with it. I mean, they stole the land from the Indians. They took all that land. They got it free from us."

Asked about his position on capital punishment:

"I'm pro death! I'm a death-penalty opponent!"

Complaining about sexy music videos:

"Sometimes the music jumps down from the television and sits right next to you at the bar."

When a City Hall crime package was defeated in the Legislature:

"Well, you just pick up your face, and you keep on walking."

Responding to revelations about his hand-picked alderman, Patrick Huels, being forced to resign after accepting a $1.25 million loan from Daley pal Michael Tadin:

"It's a wake-up call, I said to me."

Responding to questions about a $14 million political insider contract for plastic covers on airport toilet seats:

"Toilet seats are good."