Have you heard of HR1234? I don't hear it nearly often enough. Read it
. Read the findings, read the statement of policy, read the disengagement.
This is what will ultimately happen. Why aren't we just doing it now?
Patience is a virtue? Not when people are dying. Not when we are spending $2.2 TRILLION dollars. If instead, we had invested that $2.2 trillion in wind turbines, we would now have enough electricity to provide roughly 150 percent of total U.S. energy needs.
Run government as a business? It isn't working
, with the exception that the CEO and his buddies are getting rich.
I often found myself losing patience at work when I would sit in a meeting and had to watch the slow tedious process of decision making. Often it was to someone's benefit to prolong the decision, sometimes it was the employees who would benefit, more often not, but it was usually clear what the decision would be far in advance. Yet, even knowing the decision far in advance, it was the culture of obedience
that made us sit by allowing the decision to stall repeatedly.
Prolonging the decision to get out of Iraq is to no ones benefit. Not making a decision is a decision for more of the same. A stagnant business ultimately fails. A business who is despised world-wide fails sooner and falls harder
posted by Cyndy