The fact is that there’s no 50-50 split [on civil liberties abuses, drone murders, aggression, whistleblower persecution, etc.]. There’s a different kind of split. And the reason that Obama has not been as good as he could’ve been is because he’s being enabled. And every day, there’s this silent enabling of people who are afraid of being viewed as disloyal — ooh, don’t say that, you can’t say that, you can’t say that. He’s our guy. Well, the fact of the matter is, politically, if you don’t have your supporters pushing you towards an agenda, pushing you to be better, pushing you to a higher plane…you leave it to the ego — or to Obama’s ego, or his vanity, or his narcissism, whatever you want to call it — we will not benefit. The people at large will not benefit, it is about him, not the people. So there’s this, I believe, unintended, or well-intended, silent enabling by giving him a pass. And it’s not just civil liberties. What scares me the most is that so many of the people that are on the sidelines, that would have to be activated — motivated and activated to make a movement, are taking it for granted.