Monday, September 15, 2008

Face the Nation

Imagine applying for a job. You walk in and fill out the papers and make it to the interview stage. You have seen a few people and talked yourself up. Now it's time for the potential employer to evaluate you on things not on your resume. Things such as: how you think, your temperament, sincerity, knowledge, attitude, ability to communicate ideas, and problem solving skills.
Every organization has a vision or direction of where it is going supported by a set of values and, now you must show that you fit that criteria.
You get all gussied up and walk in, shake hands, and then inform the interviewer that you are not taking any questions but you will submit to a taped interview or two. Unthinkable?

Have you ever known of a candidate for vice president of these here United States of America who does not Face the Nation or Meet the Press on Sunday morning? I need to quit harping on Palin, she's not the top of the ticket, I know. But, how is she able to escape? Isn't it our right as her potential employer to ask questions for our evaluation?

I can't stand it.


clnmike said...

Lol, who are they kdding?

There scared to death that she will open her mouth and tell people what she really thinks.

Jackie said...


Darius T. Williams said...

You're right - we should sooo be able to interview her!

jjbrock said...

Jackie, you no what it's call White Privilege.