No one likes admitting mistakes. And it's often especially difficult for public officials to do so. But recognizing mistakes --- on the inside, if not for public consumption --- is how you prevent mistakes from metastasizing into disasters. Which all explains a great deal about how we got where we are now in Iraq.
Survey on feedback from Idaho politicians
I am interested if any of you have the same experience I do: Idaho politicians who simply ignore anything you send them. It could be a simple e-mail, a quick note, a lengthy thought-piece, whatever....you get back---zip, zippo, nada, nothing---not even so much as an acknowledgment, a quick hand-note, an e-mail response, etc. good or bad.
This happens routinely to me & a small circle of associates statewide; and let me clarify---we're not constant communicators with these people. What's been your experience? Are they lazy or what? or just taking us for granted?