Interested to predict the outcome of the Republican Wall vs the Democrat Plan Committee based on Ten Tips tor Negotiating?  

In Previous Post One, a posed this question, Will Congress hide or seek a compromise in this coming Week One?

The Chicago Tribune article titled, Pelosi, Trump harden stances over border wall, reports “casting doubt on the prospects of Capitol Hill negotiations intended to reach a compromise and avoid a second government shutdown.

The Purpose to This Post

Is to briefly update what occurred in Week One and to perhaps interest you to make a prediction of the outcome of the negotiations based on an article of Ten Tips for Negotiating in 2019 in the Source Links below.

King Solomon

It’s no good, it’s no good!” says the buyer– then goes off and boasts about the purchase. (Proverb 20:14 NIV)


 When he comes to the shop of the seller, or to market to buy goods, he undervalues them, says they are not so good as they should be, nor so cheap as he can buy them at;

It’s no good, it’s no good!” says the buyer– then goes off and boasts about the purchase.

What’s My Point?

We all may experience roles as buyers or sellers’ negotiations sometime in our lives. Whether it is a house, car, or a teenager request for a cell phone from their parents.

We learn in a negotiation not to boast before the deal is done or risk losing out on the deal which we may highly desire.

Tip Two of the Ten Negotiating Tips is to “Watch and Listen.” Perhaps these posts may interest you to make a prediction in the coming two weeks before the three-week deadline for the committee to negotiate walls or other solutions to control illegal immigration in the USA.

In My Opinion

What I found interesting is Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi recommendation for Normandy barriers used in World War Two to prevent vehicles from easily entering into “the territory.”

Problem is that the thousands of people migrating to the USA are walking to our borders. The article states that “where a barrier between San Diego stretches into the ocean, 2600 crossed into the U.S. illegally according to Border Patrol statistics.”

I don’t know about you, but I am now interested in the difference of the value of building Normandy fences vs. Trump Walls will be explained this week.

If Interested

Read the articles in the Source Links below and Post One.

You Decide

If you were a betting bookmaker, what odds will you give for a political compromise based on the events of Week One?

Regards and good will blogging.

Source Links

Chicago Tribune

Ten Tips for Negotiating

Committee Information

King Solomon Excerpts

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