go down that road

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go down that road

To pursue a particular course of action. Surgery could correct your fracture, but before we go down that road, let's see how much the cast helps.
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Frightening: For the love of God, let's not even think about going down that road. We are not quite ready for the Christian Taliban.
With it was the title of our cover story, uThe Road to Recovery.o Our intent was to imply the hope and progress that is part of going down that road to recovery.
But France has no intention of going down that road. Interior Minister Nicolas Sarkozy, himself a Hungarian immigrant and leading contender for leadership of the socialist party in next year's presidential elections, has defended his decision to expel thousands of illegal immigrants in France.
(31)Now by chance a priest was going down that road; and when he saw him, he passed by on the other side.
Fed-up fans will stage another protest before the crucial Ewood Park clash and Lambert (left) said : "I don't know why the fans are going down that road - it doesn't help anybody.
Scotland's top Catholic, Cardinal Thomas Winning, had previously warned the Prime Minister against going down that road.