This week, an honest Jerusalem Post article by Isi Leibler, spells out the challenges of finding the perfect leader in today’s world with and overly obsessed and frenzied media.
Do past indiscretions and scandals – even if they relate to family from years past – need to be taken into account when assessing the performance of a leader? Or should we stop nit-picking at every little bit of minutiea and concentrate on the reason the leader was elected and judge him or her by their performance and accomplishments?
AFSI prefers the latter. What about you?