posted on Jun, 15 2010 @ 05:29 PM
We are at a unique point in US, indeed human, history.
The enormity of what must be addressed and who will be watching, the true costs of failure, and the implications for the future are all
If what he says doesn't shock people, if he trivializes, diminishes, or is less than blunt about the global scale of this disaster and outline the
worst-case scenario clearly, his presidency is done.
Events will very soon overtake any attempt to pretend this isn't a global catastrophe thaat will require immediate international effort, and anyone
who underplayed the seriousness will lose so much credibility that they will be unable to function effectively from that point on.
He must set a serious but determined and confident tone and acknowledge that things didn't move fast enough at first and some things are now
irreparably lost for the next few years.
I sure don't envy the position he's in.
A rock, a hard place, and annihilation.
Think this is why he's President? That statistically speaking they knew a meltdown of something, somewhere would happen?