Obama’s Disappointment and Memories from Czech Republic

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Article by WN.com Correspondent Dallas Darling It was on April 10, 2010, that President Barack Obama, fresh from signing a nuclear limits treaty with Russian president Dmitry Medvedev, stood in front of St. Nicholas Church in Prague and echoed these words first spoken by Vaclav Havel: “We are here today because enough people ignored the voices who told them that the world could not change.”(1) Whether President Barack Obama still remembers this incident or not, Havel’s words were-and are-a powerful reminder to those who face disappointment. According to David Remnic, Obama’s biographer, President Obama appears increasingly detached from problems both at home and abroad because “the world…

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