The Liar’s Club

How telling the Daily News refused to put the nasty editorial from WPF on the Internet.     For those who are unable to see it online, she speaks of the anti-historic preservation group getting together for a social gathering.      What I can’t figure out from reading about this ‘gathering’ is how you can join together knowing your ‘cause’ is based on not one but fifteen lies?     The Bible talks about a house built upon the sand and how the rain fell and the wind blew and great was the fall of it.     Regardless of what fine party may be held inside, I’d want to get outside and onto solid rock if I heard a storm coming!

-P. Preservationist

PS. Courtesy of the Daily News – a house built upon the sand and what happens to it!

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One Response to The Liar’s Club

  1. Ari Herzog says:

    I do not look at a printed version of the DN unless someone explicitly tells me. Rather, I get my local news from their website. I am cognizant everything is not placed there but I presume all local news and opinions are there. You now say that presumption is incorrect and it is a shame that the DN does not duplicate online all op-eds from their printed versions.

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