Mr. President, you are no longer involved in community affairs. Your job is now national/global affairs. It is not your place to make comments or take sides in state affairs. You should have learned this from the Beer summit when you stuck your Presidential foot in your mouth, making comments on a situation where you did not know the details. The Wisconsin affair, is just that - a problem happening in Wisconsin that you neither have the jurisdiction or the position to make comments one way or the other. Presidents before you when asked their opinion on a state matter, always followed with "that is a matter for "state X to deal with...next question". Mind you own business, respectfully.