This time you actually won the presidency. You put fear into people’s hearts; made them think that a liberal would come and change America to a country with leaders who will let such awful things as stem cell research happen.
So George now that you’re an elected president do you think you have the power to change The First Amendment? I will die before I let that happen.
You’re being oh so gracious, oh so sweet, you slimy ugly thing, and as long as I have a voice I will use it to help bring you down.
You answer to a father wiser than your own; I answer to my conscience. And my conscience and heart and all the rest of me is very sad today.
You are not my president. You have done nothing for me or the people in my city except allow 9/11 to happen. (Remember 8/6?) You didn’t give us the funds you promised. You’re watching a vital wonderful city slowly have the life sucked out of it and you’re probably rejoicing.
I haven’t felt so sad in a bit over three years. But I’m stronger now and will fight you the way I know how. With my words. Until you send somebody to come and take me away I will be watching everything you do.
My family has been in this country for exactly 100 years. I guess living in a country that allows us to be free for over that amount of time is asking for too much.