Without exaggeration our nation and world is in a delicate balance and it should be obvious that we must change our paradigms in politics; leadership; civics; education; youth development; senior care; economic development; foreign policy; environmental safety; public health and nutrition; and respect for human equity.
In our nation we have looked to our president as the sole source of “change” for our social reconstruction from the stock market crash and eroding lifestyle and financial future. I maintain that the presidency is an institution and as such should exhibit in its paid cabinet and elsewhere an adequate showcase of professionals with people-skills, technological-savvy, industry, trade-talents and other specialized skills useful to effectively work with this administration to deliver urgently needed solutions.
Equally the American public must solve the dilemmas of our own modern democracy. We start by erasing primitive color-lines, zip-code limited political and educational progress. We continue with zero tolerance for anonymity with respect for every youth, senior, able-bodied and disabled adults.