A dwindling 18% of Americans believe that leaders should stick to their principles and beliefs on tax increases and spending cuts, while seven in 10 say leaders should compromise their principles
and beliefs in order to get an agreement.
That means, among other things, that religious schools whose students receive state scholarship money must either compromise their principles
or reject those students.
They know how to compromise their principles
but not how to lead.
For men, 62 percent said they would compromise their principles
Rather than listening, taking a careful note, and ensuring that the pair in question were ne ver called on to compromise their principles
in such a way,Sefton officials chose to take the sledgehammer route instead.
It can result in both doctors and parents being forced to compromise their principles
in order to make ends meet.
At the same time, he has watched some public companies, which he won't name, compromise their principles
when they negotiate with groups like PETA.
Perhaps more important, in a world in which threats of bioterror are only likely to increase, the tug of war between Bayer and the government over Cipro hints at how even governments that nominally give patent protection a high priority are likely to compromise their principles
in the face of a perceived public health threat--at least when that threat faces their own citizens.
Those who accept the status quo, those who compromise their principles
and those who dedicate themselves to creating and supporting sustainable alternatives.