^But if people thought he was doing his job wrong, doesn't it logically follow that some of them would've wished they had his job instead so they could do it right? I mean, isn't that always the implied corollary when a person criticizes another person's job? Namely, "I could do that job so much better?"
There may have been. But that still doesn't negate what I said, Christopher. None of the people I knew
wanted his job. They felt his job shouldn't exist.
And no, it's certainly not
always the implied corollary. I might think I could do a better job at being a Senator than Harry Reid, but I don't want
his job in the slightest. I know
I could be a better administrative assistant than the one my doctor currently has, but I do not want her job in the slightest.