A day after the Trib’s Eric Zorn supported President Bush’s decision not to meet with Cindy Sheehan, he’s doing some backtracking on his blog–thanks to a wave of dissenting opinions from Trib readers, including me.
The Chicago Tribune’s Eric Zorn thinks President Bush doesn’t owe Cindy Sheehan a face-to-face meeting. I don’t agree.
I’m no knee-jerk fan of da mare, though I will say he’s finally an out-of-the-closet urbanist. However, the latest affront to the legacy of Daniel Burnham’s 1909 Plan of Chicago speaks for itself. At least through the incisive words of Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin.