Dear Mr. President,
In May of 2007, a tornado flattened Greensburg, KS, and Governor Kathleen Sebelius called Howard Dean. He asked her to hold off on bringing in the National Guard until he had an opportunity to figure out how we can use this against Bush. It was decided that there would be a National Guard “shortage” because they were off in Iraq fighting a war. So, the residents in Greensburg were left to sort through the wreckage looking for their loved ones without the able assistance of the National Guard to help them. All for politics. And this is your appointee for HHS. When this was reported on FOX, a law firm threatened to sue unless the story was retracted. It wasn’t retracted, it was later reiterated, and the law firm never sued. Of course, it was true. Howard Dean is a screwball and quite capable of this, and it comes as no surprise.
So, here we have another twisted appointee to your administration. Your pick! You prick! The degree of moral corruption would be surprising to any reasonable person but for the fact that moral corruption and indifference to the human condition is the rule and not the exception to people who consider themselves to be elite, but in reality are the worse kind of trash, and pathological in their hatred of Bush. Someday historians will get the facts straight about Bush if we still have an open society and history is not rewritten.
I not only think that your first 100 days in the oval office are a disaster for the American public, I think it is much worse. They way you kow tow to two bit loudmouth South American dictators and listen to diatribes about the U.S. without response or indignation. The way you apologize for the only Nation that stands between democracy and the endless misery of totalitarianism. The way you acquiesce to the Russians by taking away a weapon of tremendous strategic and diplomatic utility. The way you show forbearance of people like Napolitano who sign off on a document that calls ordinary Americans extremists simply because they criticize the government. And your appointments such as Sibelius, Koh, and Brooks. All of this and more establish a pattern that suggests that you are not making all of the executive decisions. No indeed, I see the shadow of George Soros. And you have a 62% approval rating? It’s no wonder you have such contempt for the public. Oh, yes you do. But your contempt for the public is child's play compared with my contempt for you. The difference is that my attitude is grounded in events, whereas yours just is. It‘s merely a state of mind. One wonders how many understand how bad your contempt is for the country. Not 62%, for sure.