Ok, I know this is rude of me to post but I couldn’t help not posting this photo of George Bush and Costello. First of all I’ve never seen Bush cry but it did make me recognise that he as a leader is human after all and thus does have emotion etc. But it makes me question when is it right as a leader to show emotion? Is it ever? And if so in what way? I think that a leader should show emotion when serious matters arise such as firing someone or altering someone’s life. It would be wrong not to.
The other image, the naughty one, is of Peter Costello and John Howard in a somewhat unfortunate pose. It got me thinking about Regan how he was always respondent to what others were telling him and never himself, a real puppet in that regard. Who would ever thought leadership can be humorous also?