Are you sure you’re not my wife in disguise? Seems everything I say makes you mad.Bitter Clinger wrote: ↑Sun Jun 30, 2019 4:44 pm
Situational ethics. You remind me of a French CEO I worked for briefly. He told a story about a dinner in Thailand where they actually had a live monkey under the table with just its skull that had had the top removed sticking up through a hole. They all spooned some brains from the live animal and apparently this was considered a delicacy.
When I called him on it, he said, " well you would do it too, you would do whatever it takes to close the deal". To which I replied, " I would find a way to close the deal without torturing an innocent animal".
Shortly after that the French parent company decided Americans were too difficult to manage and we were divested, much to our delight!
Seriously, your story above has nothing to do with the topic, so let’s get this back to real life.
The personal life of another is not mine or yours to judge, whether we like them, what they do or not. The fact the lawyer the NRA hires does something with his personal income that you or others don’t like is not really our business. If he represents the NRA the best, then that’s what we want. Same if I hire a lawyer that does things in his personal life, or other cases, that I don’t like or agree with.
I am sure you would be upset if your employer told you what you can or can’t do with your paycheck. Maybe they are vegetarians and would fire you because you went to Outback for dinner? Maybe they are Jewish and don’t want you to be Catholic?
Again, bottom line, if Charles says William Brewer is the right one for the job and will represent the organization the best, then I support his opinion and the NRA’s decision to hire him.
End of my comments on this.