Letter to Obama
To: President Barack Hussein Obama
I didn’t vote for you, but you won fair and square. I was disappointed and heart-broken that a great American hero such as John McCain lost. In the beginning you were just a president I didn’t vote for and I knew there would be another election in four years and I could vote again to try and elect my man. But you, Mr. President, have become something else now, you are not just the man I didn’t vote for, but you are quickly becoming my enemy and a enemy of the state. You, sir are a threat me and to my family. That’s something I cannot and will not tolerate and will do all in my power to stop your madness. You sir, are a threat to all I hold dear.
So Mr. President, you are not just the man I didn’t vote for, you are my enemy. You represent something foreign, something threatening, and yes something evil. You sir, are not just a danger to me and mine, but a danger to all in this country. Not only those who oppose your radical ideology, but those who support it. Your actions, your policies, will have us all drowning in a sea of revolution. Please moderate your policies, before this country reaches a tipping point. I’m an old man now and have seen many presidents go and come, but none so radical and divisive as you. You Mr. President must moderate or face a legacy of failure and destruction. Things are moving quickly and the onrush of events will soon over take you. The time is now.