A key tenet of Barack Obama’s grand design to radically transform the country he did not grow up in is to corrode Americans’ confidence in their revered institutions. The Supreme Court. Private enterprise. The national capitol complex. Big business (except for its political donations to him). Congress. Especially Congress, even when it does his bidding.
If Americans come to doubt what they used to believe in, it will be easier for Obama to drive home his own brand of solutions.
Check this from his commencement address in Ohio last week:
“Now, if we’re being honest with ourselves, as you’ve studied and worked and served to become good citizens, the fact is that all too often the institutions that give structure to our society have, at times, betrayed your trust.”
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