Came across this sentence in a newspaper article.
"But as the months passed by quickly with little other than grand announcements and declarations to show for, the case for more hands at the wheel became compelling.
The "for" in the above sentence (after show) confuses me. If this is wrong usage, what would be more appropriate - to omit the "for" after "show" in this sentence? Or adding an "it" after "show for" to make it "show for it"? Please give your enlightened views.