RE: "he warns us against our apathy"
He's way late. The public is jointly eating Valium for breakfast. No abuse of authority or position is inexcusable.
These days the only way to get anyone truly irate is to fail to clap loudly at the sight of a gay kiss, refuse to berate the right wing for a fictitious "war on women"... or dare to suggest our president isn't screwing us royally "for the sake of the children".