- May 9, 2005
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- United States
No, deals are getting a signature. It doesn't mean both sides getting what they want.One could say a fanciful wall to accomplish nothing is also holding up the budget. When the president is more interested in political theater than sound policy, we all lose.
The guy is supposed to be a deal maker. Making deals means both sides come away with something they want.
Try this on for size...You want to wear brown shoes. Your wife wants you to wear black shoes. You split the difference you wear one brown and one black shoe. How is that success? Read Never Split the Difference and you will see why deals aren't always about both sides getting what they want.