Saturday, I posted an article entitled "Our sales proposition has to be believable" about a different subject, but dealing with a credible sales story. I should have saved it for today, but I'll go ahead and borrow from it anyway.
Does it strike anyone odd that with all of the panic and ultimatums on the dire consequences for not passing this bailout bill last week and then again yesterday that Congress can take 2 days off and just turn their backs on a solution? If it's that important how dare they walk away from it and go home?
If it's that important that we have a solution, then why don't we have one? Why aren't lawmakers working 25 hours a day, nonstop on this?
Or maybe it's only important to some? Or maybe it's been overstated?
Their argument is not very believable right now.