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How to Measure for a President


When Gallup asked voters what they hoped for in a chief executive, they said honesty, consistency, and good morals. They put those qualities above experience and sound judgment. The darker political arts—deception, flip-flopping, fakery, hypocrisy, and acting out of ambition rather than the public good—weren’t on the list. If any of those labels ever stick to the candidate, they can disqualify him before he reaches Des Moines.

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This entry was posted on September 26, 2012 by in Ethics, GRADUATE/SENIOR, Identity, Leadership and tagged , , , , , , .

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