Daily Letters

A selection of letters received.


October 05, 2005

Presidentin' is hard work

Dear George:

I hear tell you are drinking again? Gee, I wonder why, your house of cards is falling down, America is beginning to see who the real terror threat to this country is.

Now Osama Bin Laden is a terrorist and a threat to the USA, but I have to give him credit, he says he is, we know we have to watch out for him, but you, you do in on the down low, you don’t want America to know that you kill your own, and kill them all for profit.

On top of all of that now we have Rove, Libby, and Delay in trouble. Is that why you looked so tired and drawn at you last speech, are you afraid they will roll over on you and Cheney to protect their own asses?

Hmmm...presidentin’ is hard work.

I would love to see you get drunk and have your buddies shave your head so we all can see the 666 that I am sure is there, you are an evil bastard, America needs to impeach your sorry ass.

Age 37
North Dakota


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.

Age 55
Kemmerer, Wyoming


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