Leadership is big in Georgia and the source of much disappointment. One recent example is Hoschton, Georgia where at least two community leaders were eventually prompted to resign from the Town Council because of their poor attitudes towards dark complected individuals. One even managed to argue that God would not have made different races, if he did not mean them to be kept separate.
I am inclined to blame Chambers of Commerce for promoting false impressions.
It should not be surprising that, if they are called “leaders” instead of public servants, people might get the wrong impression.
What’s with the leadership schtick, anyway? It’s a commercial invention to create the impression that successful exploitation is based on some talent and qualification other than deception.
When did we transit from “buyer beware” to “the customer is always right” to the business of America is business?