We need new leadership and statesmen in Washington and in state legislatures to deal with the special interest domination of HOA legislation that is detrimental to those living in HOAs, and detrimental to the foundations of our democratic system of government. We need people who are not afraid to stand up and take a position that they know is right and just against a system that is dominated by the special interest HOA stakeholders.
Obama had the opportunity to speak up for his People who maintain that a bias exists by the courts and police toward Blacks. He missed his opportunity to lead by stating that he thought the Ferguson decision was wrong and was going to issue an executive order to investigate the Brown murder and procedure used in the grand jury process.
He is no leader, not like Teddy Roosevelt or Franklin Roosevelt who used executive action to advance causes that they truly believed in; causes that they stood up and defended vehemently against strong opposition and criticism. He does not rise to the level of the Roosevelts. He failed to back his People, the people who brought him to power and who supported him in his presidency.
Rather, Obama comes before the camera, the people and his People, listless, flat, unemotional, lacking passion, and lacking the audacity to change. Looking forlorn and wishing that he was not there.
He is a failure as a President. He is basically incompetent and should reign for the good of the country and for the good of all Americans.
Where are the statesmen who are not afraid to stand up and take a position that they know is right and just against a system that is dominated by the special interest HOA stakeholders.
Note 1. See the PBS special The Roosevelts: An Intimate History.