Also Heard This Morning........

Stephen A. Frye s.frye at VERIZON.NET
Tue May 6 08:03:30 MDT 2003


At 09:45 AM 5/6/2003 +0000, you wrote:
>     I am glad Collins is telling things now.  His previous experience and
> credentials establish his credibility.   Most professionals at every
> stage of their development, including their schooling, find themselves at
> odds with the perceptions, philosophies, methods, and behaviors of those
> who in particular situations hold  the reigns of authority and power.  It
> is unlikely that one can build a career if one is adversarial in each of
> these situations.  An adversary will not get the assignments or
> promotions that give him access to the inside circles where decisions are
> made.  Most of the time one "goes along to get along."   There are
> upsides and downsides  to this pattern.  The wiser professionals will
> probably choose their battles and fight them from a position of
> credibility and strength, though, of course, the outcome of such contests
> will depend on a number of variables.  At some point, the line may be
> drawn in the sand or the time may be "right," and lips that were once
> sealed are opened to give testimony that corroborates what
> many  conservatives have long known or suspected about the
> leftist-oriented,  Reality Impaired Press (RIM).   Apparently, for
> Collins the moment of truth has arrived.  Would that  the likes of Peter
> Jennings could have such a refreshing and redeeming epiphany.  Better
> late than never.
>
>Bill

Ahh - because it's the corporate game, it's OK to lie and cheat to get
ahead.  Well, I must say, it sure does seem to work.  Whatever it takes, I
guess.  Besides, if one is less than honest now, what does it matter if one
comes clean in the end?



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