posted on May, 15 2008 @ 07:01 PM
I voted for you but I wouldn't do it again. Under your watch my world has become a scarier place, because the future looks bleak.
I expect my Commander in Chief to be a guardian of our Constitution and I don't see that you have had much time for that. That bothers me.
I think our Commander in Chief should be making sure that safeguards already in place to not bankrupt our Country would be enforced, and I don't see
that you have had much time for that. That bothers me.
I think our Commander in Chief should not have allowed bailing out Big Banks (illegally) that broke the rules and are in trouble now, while the people
who have lost the value of their homes and the ability to pay for their homes get nothng, and I don't see that you have had much time for that. That
I think that the Commander in Chief should be watching out for the well being of the people of this Country at least when it comes to basics like food
prices when no one is getting raises, and I don't see that you have had much time for that. That bothers me.
I think that the Commmander in Chief should say something truthful if the head of the Fed and everyone else down the chain is lying to us about the
state of the economy and the CPI, and I don't see that you have had much time for that. That bothers me.
George, I could go on all day, but the point would be the same. This country is in trouble, perhaps facing the worst financial situation we have ever
witnessed in history and I'm not even seeing you do anything about it.
You did say you will Veto the Frank/Dodd bailout Bill, and that is a good thing, because we can't afford the consequences of it. But you shouldn't
have allowed the bailout of Banks and Corporate America. In fact, you should have done something to protect us from the fraudulent, deceitful lending
practices that led to this disastor. Anyone with a high school education should have seen this mess coming.
I'm doing okay, but I feel like it could all come crumbling down any minute, and I don't like the numbers of people going hungry or without medical
care in the USA when we are sending money oversees to help the disadvantaged in other Countries.
What have you done? Made the world safer? I got news for you, as more people loss their jobs, lose their ability to buy their basics, and lose their
homes (and that is where we are today in case you haven't had time to notice) our streets become less safe, and I now worry more about the hungry guy
on the side of the road than the "terrorists".
Why didn't you fix this mess? Why didn't you even stop it?