To me this was the best part of the Minutes, the only real forward-looking one; the rest was the usual BS!:
A lower long-run level of r* [natural real rate of interest] would also imply that the gap between the actual level of the federal funds rate and its near-zero effective lower bound would be smaller on average.
A smaller gap might increase the frequency of episodes in which policymakers would not be able to reduce the federal funds rate enough to promote a strong economic recovery and rapid return to maximum employment or to maintain price stability in the aftermath of negative shocks to aggregate demand.
Some participants noted that it would be prudent to have additional policy tools that could be used in such situations.
Better think hard and choose carefully, if only to avoid falling into another trap. Unfortunately, from the wording, it seems they don´t grasp the fact that if there is something the Fed can avoid, or at least minimize the effects, are shocks to aggregate demand.