Monday, August 14, 2006
He used PowerPoint to make his statement.
Oh, the outrage!
Landy isn't blameless here, either. As council president, it's his job to run a fair and professional meeting.
For example, at the same meeting, he provided his opinion via a PowerPoint presentation. That's a little over the top. But here's the broader point he must remember: He opened the door to such tactics. Now if other council members want to pursue that or similar options to express their views, he is bound to let them do so.
Yes, "a little over the top", I'd say ... for the Times editorial board.