Enough is enough. Leadership isn't about inane cliches, warm feelings and emoting.
It's about making decisions, often hard ones.
Seas of troubles lapping at our shores? That's kinda cliche.
What about choosing not to make tough decisions, then getting mad when other people step up and do the right thing for you?
Are those acts of leadership?
Leadership most definitely involves emotions, because leadership is about leading people, not doing math.
Anyone can declare war, but not everyone can convince a country to follow them.
Considering the Armed Forces recruitment levels, I'm gonna go out on a limb and say Harper's failed on that one, too.
But on, Sun; we all know that it's not the universe, but market forces, that ensure all things unfold as they should.
Completely different thing though.