The Post's Op-Ed page today includes "Why the Stadium Deal Isn't Done
," written by Major League Baseball president Bob Dupuy. I'm guessing some people might be unhappy about it, especially when reading paragraphs like "The District, for all its many pluses, is not an easy city with which to do business. City leaders frequently quibble with baseball about its commitments, and they often quarrel with each other. There are so many interested parties in the D.C. government that it seems on some days that no one is in control and on other days that everyone wants to be in control." Oh, and MLB wanted the Banneker Overlook site south of L'Enfant Plaza. Because that would have been so
much easier to secure and build on, and wouldn't have had a smidge
of citizen opposition.