Griffin's way is not the highway to success but a dirt-track leading nowhere. Do you really believe he cares about the party he has ruined?
Surely a good leader would unite the party and lead it on to victory, rather than bankrupt, divide and demoralize it, and lead it to defeat and humiliation, as Griffin has.
The ineluctable conclusion is that Griffin is not a good leader at all but a bad one.
What do we do with bad leaders? That's right, we replace them.
|Griffin: no heart despite his rosette|
|Richard Edmonds: a man who cares|