The Honorable Barack Hussain Obama
President, Executive Branch
United States Government
1600 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20500
Dear Mr. President,
What a grand journey we had Thus far. The energy you brought to your campaign ignited the passion of people who never voted before. Regardless of what your critics say did not create the disaster that the nation world is experiencing the one that shook the world economy. When you took office you accepted it as your own and set to fix it without having recriminations for its true progenitors. You alone are not solely responsible for bringing the nation back to balance. We the people need to support you and those who cause the mess need to be reminded of this Ad infinitum.
You came to be in the White House, not only by your efforts, but also by a Herculean effort in part of your supporters. The kind of energy Foster not only by your vision but by you as an individual. In the face of resistance to change YOUR PASSION made the once unthinkable ( an African-American in white house) happen. You supercharged your base, and we responded. If we could somehow harness a fraction of that energy we probably would have made leaps and bounds to solve the energy crisis.
I’ll forgo mentioning, the bank bail outs, the BP oil rig explosion, or the many catastrophes you inherited when you took office, none of those things are solidified as a great threat, at this moment, as is the defeat we face in the up-coming midterm elections.
Mr. President, there is no better time than now for us to build on these positive steps and maintain the House and the Senate in Democrat hands.
44 Americans and their families have taken residence in the White House while serving the American people. Out of all of them you stand singular in being the only one that embodies the very principle of equality found in our Constitution, The Bill of Rights–today those most sacred documents are in danger, threatened by the Republicans who are the major contributors to the world-wide economic collapse.
One of the hallmarks of your platform was Bi-partisan government. A government where Republicans could join the efforts for a better America—-the current congress is not about to engage in anything other than the status quo and will deal only in subterfuge. I ask that you:
- abandon the idea of a bipartisan government—-evidently we are not ready for this, yet
- stand-up to the Republicans and make sure they understand you will do every to oppose their corruption.
- Fire-up the American People during this mid-term elections
So, once again I humbly ask that you go back to being the Presidential candidate, in spirit, not as a recessive act but as a signal that you stand with us especially during these crucial hours before the mid-term elections.
I think we can still hold both House and Senate, even if by a small margin, it is it that small margin where danger lurks. I don’t mind getting up and doing my part diligently to spread the word to vote, heat cold, sun, rain as it’s often stated in colloquial language “Bring it on” I just don’t like feeling that I’m doing it without you.
Yes we can……………………………………….Again!
J_ _ k H_ _ _ e