Dear Mr. Obama,
You could have become one of the greatest presidents in history, but…
You captured the hearts and minds of the young and ignorant and then took that trust and contaminated them with your hate. You couldn’t leave them alone to enjoy the best race relations we have ever had before. But you brought them back to that hate filled ideological cavern you built for yourself. After 9/11 we all were back to being just a bunch of Americans more patriotic than ever, looking out for one another. Hoping that we never go through that again. *see 9/11 was an affirmation.
For blogging out loud))after 9/11 you didn’t even want to wear the American flag pin on your lapel. You were a candidate for president in 2007, you not only declined to wear a flag pin on your lapel, but also defended your decision with this bullish*t, sorry rhetoric. “The truth is that right after 9/11, I had a pin,” “Shortly after 9/11, particularly as we’re talking about the Iraq war, that became a substitute for, I think, true patriotism, which is speaking out on issues that are important to our national security. I decided I won’t wear that pin on my chest. Instead I’m going to tell the American people what I believe will make this country great and hopefully that will be a testimony to my patriotism.”
What a pathetic excuse, instead of openly wearing a pin proudly to show your alliance with all Americans, you come up with this intellectual response that has to be explained to people. So how many hear this excuse in numbers compared to seeing a photo of you wearing the pin. No you are so arrogant that you want to do what you want PERIOD! (thanks though for the emphasize on the word PERIOD! thru Obamacare, it really brings my point finality.)
So what do you do with your 60+ million fan club. You give them hope where there is none. You took their trust and manipulated it to your benefit. I don’t think we will ever know for sure if you are a voluntary Manchurian candidate or are as brainwashed as your followers. Either way at this point you must know what you did. Or do you? I found a definition that may explain your actions.
Sociopaths lie incessantly, are often charming and charismatic, but they use their talented social skills in manipulative and self-centered ways, with little concern for others.
You are responsible for throwing the African American people back decades with your simmering brew of hate. You hold the flame so you can bring it up to a boil at every opportunity you can. And your foot soldiers Al Sharpton Eric Holder, Bill Ayers, Frank Marshall Davis, Saul Alinsky, Van Jones, Reverend Jeremiah Wright, and who knows how many more, will turn that fire up when its inconvenient for you. Are you really proud of the company you keep?
So Now African Americans weren’t enough for you, where else can I create havoc, hey lets get the Muslims involved. Who cares if the innocent of them are being brainwashed and led down the wrong path, it will be easier to push them off their mindless cliff. What was it called the Arab spring? Give them some hope and let them believe, that you will help them out of this horror. But you don’t show leadership and are so paranoid about the most basic issue to call ISIS, RADICAL ISLAM. All of us around the world get it. Muslims, Christians, Jews and every other religion. My God with all of your speaking talents, how could you be stuck on this. How can you not give a speech (and action) that will show the world that America once again will come to help. We all don’t want people to be treated this way.
You have all these people in your pocket. You have the greatest honor bestowed upon you, unfortunately under false pretenses and you use it for your small minded racist ways. That is the only way it can be described. When you have this power and you don’t have enough good in you to wake up and say, oh my God what have I done. There is no other way to think of you. You have left us no choice but to write this. Our first letter to the President of the United States, has to be like this? You have driven us to this point. Writing this makes us very sad.
So don’t worry about your legacy you have written it in stone. Every word we chose you rammed down our throat. People can drink only so much of your brew before they throw up. It appears that you don’t care about anyone, but yourself, its odd though, your half black and all you did is bring back the ugliest times for blacks. Your half white, yet you don’t seem to care. Your on the podium reading your carefully scripted speeches that refuses to insult one hair on the head of a Muslim, yet you are bringing their hate of us up to a boil, odd how you manipulate things.
Your legacy may not be what you wanted it to be, but this is what happens when a person has to finally show what his skills are. This is where you failed miserably. Benghazi, IRS scandal, Bad government investments, Fast and Furious, Obamacare, Racial divide, Horrible foreign policies, and the list goes on. Now am I talking about old news, some of it, yes, but it is still relevant, and we have no answers and because we did not have the “Transparency” you promised us
Back to my opening sentence…”You could have become one of the greatest presidents in history, but…”
One would think you would say, I was brought into this world a combination of races, so I understand both sides and I had the opportunity to live amongst Muslims and know of their goodness. So Luckily I am in this position and will take full advantage of being the President of the United States to better this world. I will show people how to handle racial problems properly, I will ask people to take responsibility for their lifes and their children’s. And I will never bring my bad experiences up to our children, for some have escaped it. At this time in our lifes my being elected, is the confirmation of a different world, one that we all can be proud of, for we are the pioneers of a better world. One where we can work hard together, picking each other up, when falling down, and knowing that we are all brothers and sisters of this earth, from parents who struggled for us to make our lifes better.
But, you turned your campaigning words into a nightmare. What a shame. What an amazing opportunity you blew.
And now if you rush and try and clean up your mess before the end of your second term it would be like someone trying to clean up before company. Sweeping the dirt under your rug. It may look okay but you still have a dirty house.
My apologies to your children for pointing these things out. I don’t want to hurt their feelings, but maybe you should have thought of that and made them proud.
So I think that you should put your library in Hollywood. They are used to creating legends and making people walk on water. But we know there is canned applause, doors that lead to nowhere, streets that are empty, however even with that you can have a star on the walk of fame. A place where you could play out your legacy properly, under the story telling, Hollywood sign. Oh if only, this was a bad movie!))
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