There is a scene in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar where Cassius marvels over Caesar, a weak man with a feeble constitution, being elevated to stand over the whole civilized world. Cassius recalls a time when he saved Caesar from drowning in the Tiber River and another time when he saw him sick and whining like a littler child. That such a small man should cast so large a shadow over this world was truly incomprehensible to Cassius. Barack Obama blamed all his failures on his predecessor, George W. Bush. Now, he is traversing the country trying to take credit for the successes of his successor, Donald Trump. Truly, Obama's incessant whining, "That was me, people," proves what an infinitesimal small man he really is. That such a small man should cast so large a shadow over our present-day world is truly incompressible to me. Furthermore, it is an omen to us all, since small men casting long shadows proves the sun is setting on America.