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Any good leader knows that timing their entry & exit in public life is probably the most significant contributor to public perception as far as their assessment as a leader is concerned. It is clear that Gadaffi and Mubarak, are more recent names that don't understand this phenomenon. Colonel, having led Libya firmly from 1969 could have surely left his legacy with the Libyan people had he said goodbye earlier, and just the same Mubarak could have avoided the Cairo people from calling for his neck.ReplyDelete
At home it is a phenomenon that the Minister for External Affairs can't come to terms with either. Ailing, MP for Choiseul/Saltibus is fighting an uphill battle with the two lives that he obviously places the most emphasis on: his political life, followed by his existence (real life). It is sad albeit evident that Mr. Bousquet has placed more value in his battle to retain a place in Government than appreciating his place on this earth. Don’t get me wrong, I am not calling for the man’s death. His rapidly diminished physical appearance tells you that something is wrong on the inside. That associated with his frequent, lengthy, unexplained absences from St. Lucia makes it reasonable to assume that the rumors of him being terminally ill have credence.
Rufus got majority support at the last elections, in Choiseul, and to date there are still many who worship him. For these people, he could never do wrong and they hold him in high regard, despite what may have driven them to assume that careless position. At this point in time, when his opponent Lorne, has clearly gravitated UWP cohorts towards his campaign, Rufus should seriously consider his exit from elective politics and look after his health. His people would understand and they would forever hold him in high regard as a leader. Everyone knows that he has accumulated enough wealth to give him the best health care there is possible and enjoy a high quality of life.
Remember, Mr. Bousquet there is also a Spiritual life & you may not have made any time for it. Your priorities as my MP should have been: firstly your spiritual life, followed by your real life (existence) and lastly your political life. You cannot serve us well without the first and you cannot serve us at all without the second.
Every good leader knows when to quit. Compton left his family prematurely because he went back on that wise decision he previously made; you have a family also that could do with you being around now (before its too late).