Yes, I dont take orders from some quitter
No, he has enough real world experience to do the job
Somewhat, I would like to see him finish.
I spent 12 years in radio as both reporter and anchor before going to TV, then again for another six years part time week ends. I loved radio. It is the best least precise medium and the fastest. You need a pen, a pad, a tape recorder a phone jack and you could cover a war.
TV is an ancient old buffalo, stubborn and and set in its ways, stuck in the mud. Anything anymore needs rehearsing with out tag lines and pre-timed responses. You need to negotiate through union contracts to get to a tsunami before it happens [true and happened, I was sent to a tsunami that was supposed to hit Vancouver island but didn't the only people headed toward the disaster....think about that and what 'news' really is]
Print? Print was what I always wanted to do....pen, pad, camera and a plane ticket to Hanoi...
"Small people talk about people, average people talk about events, great people talk about ideas" Eleanor Roosevelt
Even the criticism of not finishing what he started isn't germane when measured against what he's done lately. This would be more relevant to someone like a Sarah Palin who relatively recently quit her governorship in mid-term for specious reasons.
If, when defending your support for Donald Trump, and your response is,
"But but but... HILLARY!!!", then you lost the argument before you even began.
Seems we have people on this thread who think it is evil to guit a job. How bizarre. Obviously all of you have your first job, will never change and have no ambition. I guess that's easiest.
So many ways people justify being losers.
Last edited by joko104; 02-18-15 at 10:28 AM.