Unless somebody presents them with a surefire plan to completely change the existing market paradigms and says Quesada is in the way of that, there'd be little reason to get rid of someone who presided over a steady increase in sales until the onset of the recession and has kept things going fairly well since.
Even as much as I hate Quesada, I will freely admit that this would be a very logical, sensible standpoint for them to take.
But guess what? You could have said the exact same thing about Bob Harras, and once again, he still got fired, which was the point that you seemed to have missed in my previous post, with my comparison to Bush versus Obama.
Given how much I personally blame Bush for our current economy, and how long I think it will take for us to recover fully from Bush's damage, I think it would be illogical to vote Obama out of office in 2012, even if the economy isn't fully recovered by then, but by the same token, if the economy isn't on the mend by 2012, I'm enough of a realist to worry that Obama WILL be voted out as a result.
Do you get what I'm saying here? Even if I WANTED Quesada to stay, I'd be worried that he'd be on his way out, for all the reasons that I've outlined here. By ignoring them, you're literally ignoring history - you know, like Marvel is doing right now, by reintroducing hologram and foil covers, and wanting to "do the '90s right" (which Quesada apparently did NOT support, for which I will give him credit).