Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Benchmarks? Who said anything about benchmarks?

It was the White House together with Iraq, and NOT the Congress, who first proposed the "to-do list" of benchmarks they're now dismissing, saying "to do lists are stupid, and don't measure the REAL progress, anyway." They're hoping you're forgetful or just not paying attention...

The CarpetBagger clarifies the issue.

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1 comment:


If memory serves, I think non-binding benchmarks was part of the last compromise between the White House and Congress. Of course, benchmarks are being ignored. It was an empty deal. Who thought anyone would pay attention?