Banter? I just met her...
I wrote my 1st letter to the editor in respose to this
Here is the thread:
I had no idea that the SF Chronicle was a proud
supporter of the pro-life agenda. It became crystal
clear after reading the Lee/ Estrella article about
Saturdays events. Was this article written with a
generic "protest" template? Did the authors even
attend the march? From what I witnessed at the
protest and what I read in your paper, it is morbidly
obvious as to the Chronicle's stance and agenda.
There were 2 distinct factions at work here on
Saturday, it is too bad you chose only to report on
one of them.
I expect you will get many letters of outrage over
your propagandist article. You reap what you sow.
Thanks for your e-mail. In a story about such a
controversial issue as
abortion, it's clear that there will always be
accusations of bias one
way or another despite an evenhanded approach.
We have also received e-mail from readers thanking
us for our balanced
reporting. I appreciate your thoughts.
my response to that:
With all due respect Mr. Lee, if you are refering to
your article on Sunday as "an evenhanded approach"
then you, sir, only have one hand.
I assure you, I have two hands. I used both to
maneuver my bicycle to
speak to participants of both marches. It's very
hard to maneuver a
bicycle-in this case, jumping curbs on a trick
bike-with only five