We are now into Eisenhower's second term. We have been on an amazing trip so far and we have learned a lot about some of the things that have changed due to Eisenhower. But as he has done in past he is improving a lot of things and he is doing as much as he can. In 1957 and 1960 Eisenhower supported and signed the Civil Rights Act. It was said to order federal troops to Little Rock to enforce desegregation. He took on a lot of criticism for signing this and making this happen. This was letting us know that he wasn't afraid of some criticism and that he made the right choice and stood behind it. Which is something that a president has to live with once he has done something and some people will like it and some won’t. Some advice we would give Both Obama and Romney that when you are about to make an important decision people will give you criticism no matter what. And you can’t change it once you make it. So think very long and make sure that down the road it will benefit the US and not have a bad effect on us. But some of it is calculated risk. So the outcome can go anyway. But no matter what if it turns out bad you have to man up and take the responsibility that you messed up or you did the right thing. This means that you can make mistakes just to limit them to a minimum. And make sure your thought process is very detailed and you have the plus and things that could go wrong and if you have less plus than things that might go wrong maybe you should think of a different way to do it.