Comments for: Obama’s challenge: Thinking big

Posted Nov. 28, 2012, at 3:06 p.m.

“Why we can’t solve big problems” says the provocative headline in the current issue of MIT Technology Review. This package ought to go in President Obama’s reading pile as he ponders his January inaugural address and second-term agenda. Jason Pontin, the editor-in-chief of the MIT publication, introduces his theme by …

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  • Anonymous

    Obama’s challenge is thinking, period

    • Anonymous

      One wonders about many conservatives in this regard.

    • Anonymous

      Keep parroting the talking points, it gives us a clue to who is unable to think.

  • Anonymous

    We all could think bigger if it weren’t for Norquist and his thralls, ALEC, etc.

  • Anonymous

    More like a challenge for all, Congress and the voters included.

  • Anonymous

    I suppose it would be fruitless to point out that the President is the leader of one of the three branches of the federal government, not ‘the country’. If Big Business wants to innovate, the route lies through its research departments, not the taxpayers’ wallets.

    But of course the return on investment in research is much less than the return on investment in politicians.

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