Mark L. Hopkins: Who will you choose as president?
One of the most intriguing aspects of national elections is the constant rhetoric related to leadership, ability, and experience. Both candidates and news writers debate what kinds of abilities and experiences prepare a person for presidential leadership, who has the necessities for the presidency and who doesn't. Everyone values great leadership. The problem is, as individuals, we all have different expectations for our leaders and that makes reaching a consensus on who should be President a difficult process. The dictionary tells us that leadership is the art or skill of "guiding, conducting, or directing others toward achieving goals or specified results." Unfortunately, when we are trying to choose our leaders we are all looking at the candidates through different windows.
Oct 31, 2016 3:58 PM