Obama Is Missing – NYTimes.com

April 12, 2011 § Leave a comment

“But if you ask me, I’d say that the nation wants — and more important, the nation needs — a president who believes in something, and is willing to take a stand. And that’s not what we’re seeing.”

via Obama Is Missing – NYTimes.com.

As I’m currently struggling with how to hold my college’s administration to the standards I believe are at the core of my college’s identity, I’d like to figure out how I can translate that call for accountability on a national level. I still love President Obama, and want to prove that I’m standing by what I think he’s capable of. How does one support and call for better actions?


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