There's definitely problems with government, generally, but I think we have this Reagan era mentality across the country that six scariest words are, "I'm from the government and I'm here to help." Most of the men and women that I have met who work in the federal government are well intentioned, trying their best. I don't mean to suggest that every federal government employee's a saint or anything like that, but I think it's not well understood and the attitude that we have, which is largely, I don't know, dismissive, largely kind of throwing up your hands and what can you do, kind of pessimistic about the possible outcomes, helps determine a set of negative outcomes. And I think helps in trench exactly those problems that we would most like to see progress on. Economic inequality, criminal justice reform. I can go down the list. But as long as we treat government as the enemy, I think we're going to have a hard time solving any of the problems that are going to require government help.