Well, I have a few hours before my exam so I was looking at the news and I saw this article pop up: "The president expressed concern during an interview with NPR that debates become "like walking on eggshells" when people feel social pressure to hold back their point of view. "If somebody says, 'You know what, I'm not sure affirmative action is the right way to solve racial problems in this country,' and they're immediately accused of being racist, well, then I think you have a point," Obama said when asked if he agrees with President-elect Donald Trump that political correctness has gone too far. Obama said he's given the same advice to his daughters, Malia and Sasha, as they prepare to go off to college. "My advice to progressives like myself, and this is advice I give my own daughters ... is don't go around just looking for insults," he said. "You're tough. If somebody says something you don't agree with, just engage them on their ideas." http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/polit...insults/ar-AAlJfFx?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartanntp I don't buy that he was one of the greatest presidents ever, but the guy was good, for every "you didn't build that" there was something where he graciously conceded a point to the other side of the schism in our country, or something that was legitimately inspirational. So, take this opportunity to share some memories. Left or Right, name something Barry did to impress you throughout his time in the big chair.