Subscriber Account active since. When a primary opponent arises and challenges a sitting president in their own party, the result is often the same: The incumbent is weakened and ultimately loses to their opponent in the general election. While it is rare that an incumbent president faces a serious primary challenger, the few times it happened in the 20th century, it divided the party and drew out a process that was supposed to be a breeze. Now, after a tumultuous two years in the White House, President Donald Trump is facing the prospect of a primary challenger, or perhaps several. Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld launched an exploratory committee to examine a run for president on the Republican ticket.
Why Do Some Stand, and Others Sit, When Facing a Moral Challenge
Sitting presidents who face serious primary challenges often lose reelection - Business Insider
Like other large developing nations with a lot of people in low-income brackets and a medical infrastructure unprepared for such a rapid and complex emergency, Indonesia is caught between the need to contain the epidemic and the difficulty of enforcing isolation for millions who have to work to eat. Added to that are a mix of cultural, religious and geographical factors unique to the country of 17, islands that have made it almost impossible for the government to contain the disease. Pray and work. Within three weeks Indonesia reported its first case. Each of us has our own huge ego while we should have dealt with this with one voice.
Indonesia faces unusual challenges as Covid cases climb — theft of corpses, smiling
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All of these people spoke up to call out bad behavior, even in the face of immense pressure to stay silent. Although the specifics of each of these cases are quite different, what each of these people share is a willingness to take action. Moral rebels speak up in all types of situations — to tell a bully to cut it out, to confront a friend who uses a racist slur, to report a colleague who engages in corporate fraud. What enables someone to call out bad behavior, even if doing so may have costs? First, moral rebels generally feel good about themselves.