Myopic insistence on discussing the symptoms rather than the disease cannot lead to solutions guaranteeing healthy growth in the long term.
The discussion about the countries which need a political intervention is carefully biased.
The fragile situation in the Middle East requires careful and active foreign policy to be constructed.
The president must concentrate on the abject policital cliff rather than the relatively innocuous fiscal cliff.
By not employing counterfactuals Mitt Romney counters facts.