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Friday, March 25, 2011

Why Weren't You Here Mr. President And What Have You To Say?

                                                        
     The President of the United States of America has some explaining to do, not only to the American people but also to congress. It "seems" the President forgot to or didn't bother to inform congress  that we, The United States, were going to war. I remember all the talk about how President Bush  was so bad because he took us to or got us into a war with a country, he thought, as did most of the other countries around world, had nuclear weapons and were hiding them from the United Nations  and their inspectors. I am still not convinced Saddam  didn't have them nor do I understand, if he didn't, why he played the games he did. In any event a dictator and his sons were stopped from committing  horrible offenses against their own people. The point here is, the President of the United States went to congress and got an "OK"  vote from them to take the country to war.

This president must feels he is above all that and can do whatever he thinks is best! Mr. President, just because you were elected President doesn't make you any smarter than you were when you didn't do your duties as a senator, you know, when you didn't vote, didn't even bother to show up and when you did show up you voted present!

 This goes to show the media in this country  should have dug deeper into the past of the current President before he was elected. I don't care what color, creed, religion or sex the President is, however what he or she did in the past, is important.
 Race should not be a factor in electing a President but I fear there was some racism in the election of the current President. Maybe not racism as one might think when you first hear the word but because of race this  candidate may have gotten a pass on  looking into his past. Maybe it was fear of being called racist, the media, didn't dig as deep as they should. But all things and people being equal the candidates for President of the United States were not treated equal, by the media. Perhaps I am completely wrong and the difference was because of party but I have a sneaky feeling that may have been part of it but not all of it. There are still things about this President's past we still don't know.

I just hope we have all learned a valuable lesson, it is not the color of a man's or woman's skin that matters  and never let the color of a person's skin stop you or make you take an action.
 Now Mr. President, it's about time you stay in this country and  explain yourself and the actions you have taken.....
Enough said at this point!

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