Unlike how we run the country otherwise . . .

In today’s The Charlotte Observer newspaper is this quote from the CEO and president of the United States of America in a statement on Dec 19:

“This is not some Washington commission.” “This is not something where folks are going to be studying the issue for six months and publishing a report that gets read and then pushed aside. This is a team that has a very specific task to pull together real reforms right now.”

Sounds like real git r done stuff, right?

That would be change I could believe in! Don’t hold your breath though.

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3 responses to “Unlike how we run the country otherwise . . .

  1. It surprises me the President, Vice President, and Attorney General can’t get together and write the legislation in about an hour or give instructions to a staff lawyer to write and get a working draft in a day. In the business world, if it is a top priority of the CEO it gets taken care of as quickly as possible. In my business career I’ve seen more difficult things than writing a piece of legislation or a plan get done in less than 24 hours. Either you know what you want or you don’t. If you know, get on with it with a sense of urgency and stop delegating. It’s called leadership.

  2. Preventing Mass Murder is a more complex issue than drafting a basic budget, spending within our means, or sound debt management, all of which Washington has failed at. Doesn’t inspire confidence.

    One of our past Presidents said: We must reject the idea that every time a law is broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker.

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