Tuesday, August 2, 2011

"Compromise:" What's in the Debt Deal?

All they've done is push the decision making further into the future so they don't have to deal with it now by making "concessions" that leave neither side happy. I had always thought compromise was a positive word, where both parties agreed to give up certain demands, while retaining others, in order to come to one agreed-on conclusion. Gail Chaddock, at Christian Science Monitor, highlights why such an unsatisfying deal took so freakin' long: ideological pledges.

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