Monday, August 29, 2016
"Quantifying campaign promises a misplaced and mistimed exercise"
[misplaced and mistimed exercise shifts the responsibility of leadership and accountability from the current failed NDC government]
The biggest priority for me is accounting for what has been done by the NDC over the last four year. The damage that has been done to our country by the NDC. To avoid that exercise and then turn to quantifying HOPE, is very problematic.
We all understand why GOALS must be SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Time-bound - on quote). But in this case your dwelling on what is "quantifiable" is in appropriate. "measurable" is more meaningful. What is "measurable" can be qualitative and quantitative.
You cannot force all of human activities into just what is "quantifiable". How do you quantify HOPE? HOPE is a direction. Force for GOOD. Many people have well worked out plans but no HOPE to launch.
This your misplaced and mistimed exercise shifts the responsibility of leadership and accountability from the current failed NDC government to those aspiring to bring back the HOPE the people need.
JUST analyse for us how many kilometers of dusty roads did the NDC/Mahama campaign travel to get their V8 covered by this much dirt!! And then quantify how many people endure this their whole life and how much of the cash looted by mahama/NDC corruption would have been needed to change the life of those people.
Mandela always knew what is more important when he said that 'it does not make sense to talk non-violence to a government whose only language was vicious, violent attacks on innocent and unarmed civilians".
Knowledge is when you indicate that tomato is a fruit but Wisdom is when do not add it to fruit salad - on quote.