It's hard to accuse them of being behind the curve. If anything they're being a bit too rigid. Wage pressure has proved to be modest. The ECB will probably be looking to see slowing in housing credit growth.
Clearly those who gave evidence made a very important contribution, ... and, perhaps, it's fair to accuse the League of being too inward-looking in the immediate aftermath of the Chesterfield tribunal.
They accuse the Bush nominees of being out of the mainstream of American thought, but polls indicate clearly that the positions they (liberal special interest groups) hold are the ones that are way, way out of the mainstream of American thought.