Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Just Fire Him Already.

Lowell Cohn has a column about the Al/Lance feud. It goes over the PR people handing out the Kreidler column, and he says he thinks Nancy's case about firing Lance for insubordination is pretty spot on. My favorite part:

There’s an element of self-loathing in Davis’ campaign against Kiffin. This I believe. He hired Kiffin after a whirlwind courtship — four days or something. You’ve heard of mail-order brides. Kiffin was like a mail-order coach. Davis hardly knew Kiffin when he hired him and now he regrets the hire and wants to get out from under the financial obligation. It’s a mean little drama all around.

I don't know the Davis mind, but reading what's been going on this week, this makes a lot of sense to me. I mean, we are no longer the Dumbest Team in America. We are the Dumbest Team in the World.

This is even less competent than the Bush Administration. At least they'll actually FIRE a person before they start leaking ugly things about him, or distributing damaging press columns about her.

2 comments:

Dan Hauenstein said...

Is it me, or does it feel like we're mid-way through the movie Very Bad Things?

John Sousa said...

Yes. And I HATED that movie.