[kwlug-disc] Parliament adjourned ... bills dead (again!)?
unsolicited at swiz.ca
Tue Mar 29 05:03:54 EDT 2011
Let me note: when I started this thread, I was not living in a fantasy
world thinking that substantive progress would happen.
It is very easy to get on a roll here, given the topic(s), creating
very long messages.
Please don't mistake brevity here as being simplistic, or abrasive.
Paul Nijjar wrote, On 03/29/2011 3:38 AM:
> I think elections are the wrong place for substantial progress
Why would we have thought otherwise?
What are the right places for making substantial progress? Sorry,
wrong question, the answers are somewhat intuitively obvious. The
better question is: What are the effective circumstances in which
substantial progress actually happen, and how can those circumstances
Is it reasonable to intuitively think- sorry, wrong word, of course
it's reasonable, the correct word is - is it realistic to think that
raising greater awareness that "<This> matters." during this time is
an appropriate vehicle for increasing the likelihood of accomplishing
substantial progress (after having arrived at those effective
circumstances), later? [Later, here, defined as 'before the next
Raise greater awareness now, increase the likelihood of substantive
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