And here is the part that impresses me:
You have Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, George H. W. Bush, and a myriad host of Republicans and Democrats, who all can't stand each other, working in lock step to help resolve one of the worst humanitarian crises in history. Too bad they can't work like this at home, but I'll take it. It makes me feel better about possibilities, rather than pessimistic about differences. But think, for just a moment. If they can work together like this, what's to stop them on the home front? I know, I know. The expression "Yes we can" has been done to death, but guess what? We actually CAN, if we just let ourselves do it. America can move mountains, if we all put our minds to it, and leave the bitter partisanship at home, preferably in the garbage can.Looking toward recovery and rebuilding, Obama tapped his two immediate predecessors, Bush and Bill Clinton, to oversee private fundraising — following Bush's model of enlisting Clinton and his own father, George H.W. Bush, after the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. First lady Michelle Obama also was taping a public service announcement on behalf of the Red Cross.
What's to stop them from performing miracles at home? Only themselves. Coming together on Haiti is the proof.
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