I can't think of the number of times that I have had a good point - an exceptionally good point, (in my opinion, anyway) - during a discussion with friends, a round table or a meeting at work. It would also be hard to tally the number of times that I have conceded to someone else that they had a good point when discussing a matter with me.
When I heard Ken Lewenza of the Canadian Auto Workers mention, again, in his comments to the press today that labour makes up only 7% of the cost of a Chrysler, so even cutting that cost drastically will have little impact on the overall cost of producing their cars I, again, conceded that it WAS a good point.
Such is life, though, that having a good point, no matter how many times you repeat it, doesn't always have an impact on the outcome.
CAW is in a tough position playing chicken with Chrysler over the Fiat merger. I hope that in the end, for the sake of the Chrysler workers, that Lewenza's good point wins the day.