Dear Mr. President

So far, so good…but questions
January 28, 2009, 5:03 pm
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Dear Mr. President,

     Why don’t you put your press briefings onto the Whitehouse website?  I can only find them on the website of the Press Corps.  And why don’t you ever answer your mail?  George W. always did, don’t forget!

   Otherwise, you’re doing  fine things out there in Washington!!!  Great interview with Al Arabia.    Good stuff on the economy and the environment. Nice tries with non-partisonship.  Or at least, tries.  Maybe “nice” is the wrong word.  So keep up the good work!

Sincerely, VNV


Environmentally sound
January 26, 2009, 9:37 pm
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Dear President Obama,

How refreshing your environmental policies are turning out to be! Like a glass of clean, clear water. It seems as if the whole world is sighing with relief, taking good deep breaths full of hope.

Oh dear I am waxing effusive. But I can’t help it. It’s been such a depressing time, particularly for us Americans abroad. It’s been awful having a President who blocked every environmentally sound idea.  

 Thank you for bringing change!  Now if you can get us signed up with the rest of the world…   Sincerely, VNV

Clean up your own mess!
July 9, 2008, 4:48 pm
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Dear Mr. President,
     Do you have any idea of the mess you are leaving behind when you leave office?  It’s as if you had been a little child left alone at home during a temper tamtrum.  You have smashed up the house with no thought to consequences.       
     You have squandered our wealth, wasted our natural resources, and spent the lives of our young people.  You have made us the most hated land in the world.  You are a dishonor to our country.
     And yet you don’t even seem to care enough to try to clean up your own mess.   Otherwise, something mroe than the “promise of a vision for 2050” might have come out of the G8 Summit. 
Sincerely, VNV