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Why are ill-qualified candidates more often than not elected to public office?
And should there be nothing going on to embellish, someone writes an opinion piece--which as they are ill-qualified to do--resembles something out of kinder garden.
Calo is correct that our existing collection of regulatory agencies is ill-qualified to handle robotics policy.
He labelled online Titanoraks "narcissists" ill-qualified to call themselves Titanic experts.
And as a result there are a lot of very sad teachers tied into binding contracts while being threatened and bullied to create money by ill-qualified 'leaders'.
Having no knowledge of any foreign language at all, Lin would have been considered ill-qualified as a translator by most people.
It would be far more useful, and cost-effective, to compel some children's ill-qualified, idle parents to return to the classroom.
This might lead some refugees to adopting harsh tactics in dealing with the office staff, especially since the bulk of the staff at the office are incompetent in dealing with refugee issues, either because they are too young, lack experience or are ill-qualified.
Now, some people - English professors and other such ill-qualified types - might try and argue that the Bard was on about the heavens when he wrote that, but we know better, don't we?
Having squandered such power countless times - including their failure to act on "credible, specific" allegations about Bernard Madoff dating back to 1999 - the SEC has proven itself ill-qualified for increased authority.