How sad honest people have to quit.
When a person is in a position of extreme responsibility and trust, and is no longer, due to situations beyond his control, able to perform his duties to the best of his ability, if he is a person of good conscience, he will resign his position. That is exactly what Walter M. Shaub, Jr., head of the Office of Government Ethics, has done. Although I am distressed by his resignation, I hail him as a man of honour, and quite honestly I would have done the same. This move, however, speaks volumes about the lack of honesty and integrity in the White House, and it opens the door wide for even more abuses of power and greed than we have seen in the past six months.
“It’s hard for the United States to pursue international anticorruption and ethics initiatives when we’re not even keeping our own side of the street…
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