And it leads to the inescapable conclusion that people like me might be of some help in breaking the gridlock.
The gridlock over the debt ceiling is wreaking havoc—on legislators' families.
The shock will soon congeal into fear-fueled groupthink and gridlock.
The gridlock in Washington is more than just a political problem.
John Avlon on how technology and gridlock could spell an end to the curse of Ross Perot.
But thanks to the gridlock inside the official negotiating hall, the global green gathering looks less auspicious.
But nonetheless the gridlock of the past few years has produced spending restraint and higher tax rates.
They want a fresh, formidable figure who rises above the scary, petty Washington gridlock.
The empty rubbish and the trash piling up is a metaphor for when there is gridlock.
Looking at the gridlock in Congress right now, what would he think?
A blockage; paralysis: Until the emotional and psychological gridlock over the Federal deficit is broken
[1980+; fr the traffic term designating a total blockage of traffic caused by cars stopping in intersections behind other stopped cars and blocking traffic on the intersecting street]