Reid: Senate will “look at” short-term debt limit hike
GOP moderates: What is their role in the shutdown fight?
October 11, 2013
Day 11, no change among the Democratic and Republican parties on the debt ceiling holding the government workers in a vortex. As some government workers have returned to work as agreements are made through points of leverage. The revealing focus on the “Debt ceiling, government shutdown talks finally begin: Is the endgame near?” to initiate economic development.
CBS News reported the “looming question is whether a short-term agreement to raise the debt ceiling will come at the expense of reopening the government. On Thursday, House Republican leaders presented a plan to their conference to raise the debt ceiling enough to allow the U.S. to continue borrowing money for six weeks with no other policy conditions. In exchange, they sought a promise from Mr. Obama to engage in negotiations to continue lowering the deficit. The proposal was the first sign of any legislation that might head off a default when the U.S. exhausts its borrowing authority on Oct. 17. After a nearly 90-minute meeting at the White House Thursday night, there was no agreement.”
No, change to date. When teams or groups are desirous of coming to terms with issues decisions can be made. The opportunity is to seek the larger purpose and lay ego at the proverbial door. The opportunity is to get to sustainability and engage in process thinking that stimulates innovation, growth and economic stability.
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