China? WSJ - NY Times Agree? So do we!
We have two camps in the Rominger Legal office. One faction reads the Wall Street Journal. Another reads the New York Times. We've given them separate cubicles, and made an additional barrier, by placing between them those staffers who only read the publications most recommended by Helen Gurley Brown.
Now the kicker. It seems that the US trade deficit is growing with China. (Shocker, this keyboard was made there.) Protectionism being en vogue, there is a movement for Congress to "do something".
On April 8, 2006, the Time's Editors addressing this call to Congress, said, "All this speaks to how woefully misguided it is for members of Congress to respond to these pressures by trying to stop the flow of goods from China." - Read More (Of course notice the tact they take in explaining how they came to this conclusion.)
We're sure we don't need to tell you what the WSJ said.
So you can imagine how excited the Rominger management is. If these to bastions of modern thought continue to agree, we'll be able to relax the floor plan and stop paying for two water coolers.
Copies of Kumbaya will also be posted here.