So you're seriously saying any person in a skill-required job (In this case, you're saying managing people is a skill required job) that means the organization is corrupt?If a skill-required personality does something illicit, that means the organization is corrupt, and society in general is dysfunctional.
So you're saying ANY manager or skill-related job individual who breaks the law represents their organization being corrupt.
So i'll ask you again. IS the GOP corrupt? Being a politician is a skill-required job. He was clearly an unethical individual. Does that mean the GOP is corrupt? Or if you'd prefer, does Scooter Libby show that since he was actually convicted of a violation of the law?
No, we get your point. Your point is stupid, unrealistic, and retarded. An individual doing something bad, specifically something bad that has zero to do with his job or his organization, in no way indicates organizational corruption. That's idiotic.You guys either don't get this, or you're deliberately trying to keep people out in the cold so they suffer and endure drama.