Wednesday, August 24, 2005

ATTN: Mr. Bush


Mr. Bush:

When you are finished with your vacation, it would mean a lot to me if you could start focusing on some Presidential business.

Please focus on gathering information from qualified and ethical individuals who will provide honest, valid, and factual information regarding the needs of America's various military missions instead of regurgitating the facts created to match your agenda. Bring back the people you fired because they said things you didn't want to hear... they may have information that you desperately need to hear.

Please make an effort to use this accurate, valid information to develop a plan to efficiently and quickly finish your mission in Iraq (again). After that, put as much focus as you can over in Afghanistan so they can get that business taken care of promptly and correctly to TRULY protect America from the REAL terrorists. Then you can bring our troops home for good (unless you have other plans we don't know about?).

Please schedule as much time and energy as is needed toward providing the necessary resources for our men and women who are courageously risking their lives in your name and the resources to repair their physical and emotional damage when they come home broken and battered.

Please arrange your schedule to allow some time to publicly explain the connection between 9/11 and Iraq.

Please allow for additional time to explain to Americans what is happening with the REAL "War on Terror" and the status of our mission of "hunting down bin Laden".

Please take the time to explain the lack of action toward Saudi Arabia --a country that not only has more ties to the terrorists of 9/11 than Iraq does, but is also listed as #5 on the 10 Worst Dictators list according to the Human Rights Watch, Freedom House, Amnesty International and Reporters Without Borders. If America is committed to the "War on Terror", we would like to know what the plans are to address Saudi Arabia's involvement in 9/11. If America plans to bring democracy and liberation to other countries who are suffering from malevolent dictators, we would like to know how America plans to assist Saudi citizens in our "noble" efforts to bring peace to the Middle East.

If you are unable to attend the funeral services of the men and women who died for you, then we request that you at least have enough respect for their families to reschedule various campaign fundraisers and vacation time to days other than those of funerals for the men and women who sacrificed their lives for your "noble cause".

It would also mean a lot to me that, while we are at war, if you could please call it the "War on Terror" ONLY when you are referring to the actual military actions which are related to the terrorists (i.e. bin Laden, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, etc.). I'm sure you can come up with another name for the actions in Iraq which would more accurately reflect your goal in that country.

Hopefully, if you can focus on the above tasks for a while, America will be able to return to its former status of a country at peace. Our country can start keeping its dollars within our own borders and you will then be able to focus on domestic issues such as health care, education, immigration, Homeland Security, the energy crisis, employment, economics, and poverty.

I don't mean to tell you how to do your job, but it seems as if your advisors are unable to do so themselves and somebody needs to do it.

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