There is a presidential election coming up. Again. If you’re one of the millions of loyal readers that I’m sure The Juno Blog has, you know that I used to post articles about politics. I even endorsed our current President.
I haven’t been writing about politics in recent years though, and the reason is simple: I’ve lost interest.
This is, perhaps, Obama’s biggest failing.
Now I do not believe that he has been a bad President, and in fact I think he may be a really good President. But I admit to getting a bit caught up in his rhetoric. He wasn’t supposed to just be a good President. He was supposed to transcend politics. He was supposed to change the system.
He hasn’t, and honestly this is not a surprise, nor is it his fault (though the expectations that arrived with him to the White House are). The system is designed in such a way that it cannot be quickly changed, nor can it be changed by one individual, even if he or she is President.
And I’m just not really interested anymore. I’m interested in human beings. I’m interested in the future of the world. I’m interested in the evolution of humanity. I’m interested in community.
I want a world where what each does counts for all.
This makes all things possible.
What each does counts for all, means everything can be done.
This means every individual does the work they love.
This means no one goes without.
This is the kind of thing that I want a politician to say. I want them to be able to say this because I want the system to be working for this. Then I would be interested.