Comments: That's all I'm sayin'

Seeing the thought processes of think administration exposed is rather unsettling. They really believe that somewhere there is one, and only one, solution for every problem.

I'm a computer programmer, which most would consider a rather concrete environment, but every problem has multiple solutions with different advantages to each.

Waiting for the Lone Ranger to show up with a Silver Bullet is not an option I have ever considered.

Posted by Bryan at April 9, 2004 11:47 AM

Unfortunately, the idea that CEOs can run states or countries better than politicians has become endemic. It's like nobody's pointed out to the general electorate that it's a bad idea to treat a service like a business. Businesses exist for the bottom line; services like government are supposed to exist to help people, not to make money.

Posted by Elayne Riggs at April 9, 2004 12:26 PM

Bush is failing on both accounts. Heh.

And, Bryan, I understand that "silver bullet" line played well on tv the first time they used it, and that's why Rice was repeating it in front of the Commission.

Posted by Anne at April 9, 2004 08:26 PM