Most have no managerial experience what-so-ever. What about governors? It's all within the realm of politics thus stifling the creativity and innovation needed in the private sector to succeed.
Let's face it, corporate leaders are far more likely to know world leaders or their representatives than the average member of Congress or most governors. They know how to delegate, negotiate, make decisions and reason in a non-partisan manner. Their obligation is to their stock holders, not themselves.
While I like Ben Carson; he is a good and brilliant man but I've yet to see he can manage. Trump? What does he do well other than bully, deprecate his opponents and speak in generalities touting how great he would be? But nothing yet about how.
Carly. Look beyond HP. What happened to her there is not uncommon and we need to understand that. What we also need to consider is she is bright, quick, assured, informed and unafraid. She is woman, hear her roar. She has substance based on experience, homework and tenacity.
Can she handle Congress? I'd rather ask if they really think they can roll her. I doubt it. World leaders? She's no shrinking violet. Manage? Heads and tails above anyone who shared that debate stage including Trump.
She may not win. We may listen too much to the negativity that is beginning to ramp up but she deserves our consideration. If you're willing to consider Hillary you should be willing to consider Carly. It's no longer about petty party politics but rather the very substance of our nation. Who we are and what we want to be. Are we content with the things as they are? Trump's rise would indicate we are not.
Let's get serious about who can best serve the country as a whole; who has the skill, the temperament and the background.
If there were other top tier business executives in the race I'd be giving the same pep talk about any of them. What we don't need is another untried, manipulated and beholden politician.