posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 04:49 PM
It was the right decision to make 3 days ago. He SHOULD have cancelled it as soon as the scope of the damage was known.
But instead, he let all those people travel to New York from around the world, create havoc at the air and traffic terminals, havoc at the hotels, and
havoc in the press, police, and public service corps, and then he decides to go ahead and cancel it after the public outcry?
The damage is done now, they might as well have the damn thing!
This is a prime example of weak leadership. If you make a bad decision, own it and go through with it, and mitigate the losses, don't flip-flop,
back out, make excuses, and compound the errors!
Limp Noodle Leadership flipping around at the end of a poll number instead of buckling down and doing the right thing despite the cost.