Dear Mr. President,
Congratulations on your victory. I am positive that this country has made the right decision in electing you as our next president. I have faith in your abilities to lead us through these tough economic times and toward a brighter future. During your presidency, I would like to see American soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan brought home, more job opportunities created to help ease the troubled economy, and a much greater effort to protect our environment.
Dear President Barack Obama,
We volunteered. We prayed. We celebrated. Congratulations on your historic victory. It’s amazing how a man of your background rose above the ranks to one of the highest positions in our government. You’re living the dream. You have a beautiful family, a new house with a view and a job that can lead our country into a new and bright direction. With this job comes much responsibility, more than your previous political positions have allotted you. I believe that you are the man for the job, however, a few views of yours, the troops coming home and education, are easier said than done.
Dear President Obama,
This past November, Americans proved to each other that we all had a unifying desire for change. It was evident in the faces of my struggling middle class parents, in the restlessness of the younger generation, and the expressions of lost confidence among the elderly. It was clear: we all knew something had to give. I myself have never felt so involved, so passionate about a single cause. I was informed in subjects I had never previously given a passing thought to. I realized the responsibility you are taking on is great, enormous even, that is obvious. I understand that with the state the country is as of now, not every issue is of importance. But, if you could give serious consideration to the issue I will present to you in this letter that is all I ask of you. I don’t expect a major improvement with the controversial topic of abortion anytime soon. But maybe if you take serious measures towards what I consider the right direction, it will inspire future leaders and convince skeptical Americans otherwise.
Dear Mr. Obama
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Dear President Elect Obama,
It has come to my attention that there are some very important issues in the U.S. and I am concerned. Some of my concerns are the economy , immigration and also, like many other people my age, abortion. The school I go to, Booker High School, is unlike any typical high school.
Dear President-Elect Obama,
There are many things in this world that needs to be changed. Our lives are changing and people are too. The one most important thing to change is the law on abortion. Abortion is one of the worst things a person can do in their life. It’s irresponsible. It kills lives that could have been. It also hurts the people that have it done.
Dear Mr. Obama,
My name is Breanna and I am a freshman at Booker High School in Sarasota Florida. Although I am not yet of voting age, I will be affected in the future by your decisions today. My opinions do matter and I believe there are a few issues you should take into consideration.