Monday, September 16, 2013
Limelight versus Leadership
The majority of the votes that Mr Courser accumulated at the state convention of Winter 2013 is as a result of those people acting against Bob Schostak. The unfortunate result, however, could have been Mr Schostak being replaced by the alternative choice on that ballot, which only ends to the Chairman of the Michigan Republican Party being someone incapable of performing the requisite tasks attached to the role.
Mr Courser runs for various offices and positions he is unqualified to fulfill (if elected) because of ego. People vote against him because they want someone that can actually perform the job. People vote for him because the people that can actually perform the job fail to fit an ideological prejudice.
The answer of course to "what he has he done to qualify himself as a leader" usually ends up being the number of e-mail addresses that he has collected. That is not actual leadership, but it has convinced Joan Fabiano that she is a statewide leader.