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Monday, March 23, 2009

It Is Easier To Say What's Wrong Than What's Next

That isn't to deny the necessity of saying what's wrong, but it is to point out that facilitating pragmatically possible progressive outcomes in the midst of what's wrong is much harder than saying what's wrong.

People who blunt the only tools they have on hand to do what they want aren't behaving intelligently. Simple as that.

1 comment:

Eric said...

Marge: You know Homer, it is easy to criticize.

Homer: Fun too!