I have criticized Barack Obama a lot in the past, but my view is changing toward him. I still think he has fundamentally changed America, but I’m not so sure that’s a bad thing now. Obama is a multicultural, extremely tolerant individual, and because of my own experiences, I see the value in that. If he is Muslim, I hope that someday he has the courage to openly reveal this, as I think it would be a huge step forward for the country to have a non-Christian president. It would show that America has become current. Don’t misunderstand me. I am a strong believer in Christianity; I’m just saying that since America is not a theocracy, the President doesn’t need to be Christian necessarily. As I’ve written many times before in my blogs, there are tons of similarities between Mormons and Muslims, and Christians and Muslims, anyway. Obviously, both believe in Jesus Christ. Although I don’t believe in universal health care, I can’t fault the President of the United States for wanting everyone to be safe and secure. And I really appreciate how he sent Eric Holder to (was it Ferguson?) to comfort the people who were suffering there. It must have meant a lot to those people to have a black man in an extremely powerful position address their concerns about being pulled over by police officers just because they are black. So overall, there are definitely issues I disagree with President Obama on, but as I expand my consciousness, and am starting to see things in a fortunately wider perspective than previously, I can also see the great good he has accomplished.