If you visit college campuses/campi with your child, you may listen to an administrator say something in the likes of, “look at the person at your right, look at the person at your left, only one of the three of you will get in.” If you look at the persons in this photo, only one gets to keep her job . . . for now:
Trying to stay in office and aiming to change the Constitution, while steeped in corruption scandals,
Chile’s president Michelle Bachelet asks entire cabinet to resign amid crisis
Faced with lowest approval ratings of her political career leader says she will decide who to keep on in her government. That means she’s firing them in the most cowardly way:
Chilean President Michelle Bachelet said on Wednesday that she has asked all her Cabinet ministers to submit their resignations and she will decide who stays and who leaves in the next 72 hours.
If Ms Bachelet wants to project an image of decisiveness and clarity of purpose, this little game of asking all her Cabinet ministers to submit their resignations after which she will decide who stays and who leaves in the next 72 hours instead proves her to be, without a doubt, a scurvy coward.
What she should have done is not choose a roster of corruption in the first place – which, considering her son, probably was not an option.
Here’s the interview (in Spanish) with Mario Kreutzberger, a.k.a. Don Francisco, where she insists she was out of
touch town while her son was procuring that US$10 million loan,
Too late to ask her to put on her big girl panties – she doesn’t have any.
Why don’t you quit, Michelle?