An Open Letter to the Members of the USA Government

Monday, March 22, 2010

Dear Representatives:

The title in which I address you in this letter is one that is dripping with sarcasm and utter disrespect, as you actions yesterday prove that you are NOT a representative of the American people but only of yourselves.

When it came to the Healthcare Reform bill (which is a misleading name considering that it is actually reform of INSURANCE), you voted against the wishes of the majority of your constituents knowing good and well that you will be replaced in November.

How can you face yourself in the mirror today and call yourself a man or a woman knowing that you gave in to the most arrogant, egotistical, self-centered person this country has ever elected as a president. You call yourself defenders of the republic?


When you were giving in to the man and his Cruella-looking sidekick in the name of saving yourself, did you realize that there WILL come a day that you will have grandchildren, great-grandchildren and other loved ones who will be subjected to this "Healthcare" reform?

Probably not. It was all about you. Today. Living in the moment. Saving your behind right now.

Maybe you did help the American economy. After all, come the latter part of this year, there's going to be a lot of job vacancies on Capitol Hill. Maybe some good ol' boys with common sense and knack for listening can take your place.

And you think amnesty legislation will help you? Think again. It will only fuel the hate fed fires.

Once you've fallen from grace, it's hard to rise again. Face it, your fifteen minutes of fame is over.

Barack Obama USED you to further his own agenda. He will be remembered, oh yes. You, my washed-up friend, will never even be mentioned by name in a history book.

In closing, I just want to remind you that all of your efforts are most likely in vain. The American people are ones who are born fighters (remember our Founding Fathers?). We will not just accept this new legislation as gospel.

On January 16, 1920, the Eighteenth Amendment (Prohibition) became effective. In 1933, it was repealed.

What is done can be undone. Especially when it tramples all over our Constitutional rights.

Was it really worth it?


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Shana March 22, 2010 at 10:51 AM  

All I can say is Amen.

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