by Denny Banister
Most of us tend to procra- stinate a bit, putting off pro- jects until it’s absolutely nec- essary and then turning into a beehive of activity and pro- duction to meet the deadline. Then we vow we will never pro- crastinate again – beginning first thing tomorrow.
Congress is often accused of procrastination – take the Farm Bill, for example. The House finished their version of the