San Diego Soliloquies

Monday, October 20, 2003

One Hopes This is a Joke

Performing that role he does so well for the National Review, Deroy Murdock testifies that other folk did it to him again:

Yup, just imagine a Jewish museum closing its door during High Holidays to a man who just wants to slag the architecture:

    As it happens, the Jewish Museum was designed by Daniel Libeskind, the same architect who New York officials chose to supervise rebuilding at Ground Zero. If Libeskind's past is prologue, those 16 acres in Lower Manhattan will remain grim for decades.

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