If there was any accurate visual could best suit President Obama’s obvious, heroic quest to get things right as he prepares to peacock and swan song his way out this year, it would be this minute marker 00:20-1:57
When you deliver 71 months of job growth and 5% unemployment and then the GOP debates stop mentioning the economy pic.twitter.com/zhy6BabE2f
— sean. ?? (@SeanMcElwee) February 7, 2016
Just to name a few, with his mission accomplished on:
- making healthcare accessible to all
- pardoning people in prison who are deserving of pardoning
- focusing on science and education for the kids
- improving relations, understanding, cultural diversity and conflict resolution between (and for) Muslims in (and of) the United States (Americans)
- reinstate the border’s catch and release policy
and right up under our noses…
- asking Congress for $1.8 billion in emergency funds for vaccine, research, and education and improving healthcare for low-income pregnant women
…President Obama has indeed done some humane things, all the while being accessible and at eye level to the people.
That being the case, in (literal) deed President Barack was as solid as a rock.
That, all said and done, it’s no wonder that our millennial president would seek to do go where places where no one else through to his 44th presidential term in office had ever considered going and doing something none had ever considered doing:President Obama To Upgrade National Monument
…yep, while it’d be nice if we could a new 4-set of one these Mt. Rushmore’s-one with his face, Carter‘s, Clinton and (even Bush‘s) face engraved; he is seeking to do the next best thing: preserve prehisto ric land and U.S national monumental legacies (like ever considered before).
According to the WashingtonPost.com:
President Obama has set aside more of America’s lands and waters for conservation protection than any of his predecessors, and he is preparing to do even more before he leaves office next year. The result may be one of the most expansive environmental and histo ric-preservation legacies in presidential history.
On Friday, Obama designated more than 1.8 million acres of California desert for protection with the creation of three national monuments: Castle Mountains, Mojave Trails and Sand to Snow. The new monuments will connect three existing sites — Death Valley and Joshua Tree national parks and the Mojave National Preserve — to create the second-largest desert preserve in the world.