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October 05, 2005

We won’t sit back and cower

Dear George:

I just wanted to tell you that I think you are doing just fine where this country is concerned. I have full faith in your decisions. I do wish that help could have been gotten to New Orleans faster, but I am not there to survey the damages and know what must be done.

I also want you to know that the decision to send our boys off to war was a hard one. But I love my freedom and I don’t want to worry that what happened in New York will happen again. Hopefully this will send a message that if you mess with the U.S. we won’t sit back and cower. I have a son who could be fighting there; I too, could possibly lose a son. I have had several family members already in Iraq. My father, and two uncles fought in the Second World War and another uncle was stationed in Germany during the cold war. I am a very proud American and very proud of my family and countrymen.

If possible please send a picture of you and your father. This is only the second time in History that I know of this happening and I would like to have a memento.

Diana
Age 55
Kemmerer, Wyoming

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