I have come to the conclusion that the main problem with our country is when it reaches the point where we actually have to do something. We are like an artist who can imagine the most beautiful of things but it always seems to come out wrong when he actually gets to drawing. Many plans look good on paper but the implementation part becomes a problem. This is why most campaign promises are never fulfilled. Look at all the data we have on ufisadi. We know the crimes that have been committed, we have the suspects but what is being done? Every day new allegations arise and although we are happy things are now coming out in the open, what good does it do us if nothing is done about it? It seems like some times it's better not to know something than know it and do absolutely nothing about it. So what is our problem? Is it that we are lazy? Where over our heads with our ideas? Or simply that we are a society which just can't find solutions to problems we can plainly see? Or is it that we lack the necessary education and expertise that when it comes time for us to use our knowledge we just fail? Now here comes the main part which is the theme of the thread. If we know our problem is talking the talk but not walking the walk how do we fix this problem? How do we actually get things done? Who should get things done? The politicians? The highly educated? Civil servants? Or the working class? Who or what group in our society will be our savior? Our nation has a serious problem of getting things done from small workers up to the bosses in charge. it seems that every body is hoping that some one else will do the job and it is easy for us to blame others. It's time we started walking the walking!