"There is today too much aestheticization of judgments. Dukakis is 'Zorba the clerk.' Bush is a preppie. But peace and prosperity are at stake. The point of politics is good government, not the display of charm. And the point of a baseball team is good baseball, not inferior play somehow redeemed by a pretty setting. Part of the Cubs' problem may be that too many Cub fans have an attitude problem. They are too devote to the wrong thing. Let there be lights"
-- George Will, "Let There Be Lights", August 15, 1988, an essay in favor of night baseball at Wrigley field.