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Amberlynn Writes to the President

Dear Mr. President,

My letter is about gay rights, abortion, and gas prices with lots of ideas with them. I’m from Sarasota Florida at Booker High school and I would really appreciate if you would take the time to read about what I have to say.

My first issue is gay rights. Gay marriage should be legal because people say it’s not what the person looks like it’s what inside of them and I for one really like that saying. Love is love doesn’t matter if you’re the same sex. And if someone comes out and tells people their gay they should not be discriminated against and people say that its not right because its not in the bible well if we listened to everything that came out of the bible do you think that in this day in age people would be killing people, selling drugs. Yeah I don’t think so.

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Ryan Says The Killing Needs To Stop!

Dear President Obama,

We all know of the Nazi holocaust. We know of how many babies, teens, kids, and adults were brutally killed and massacred by people who thought that Jews inferior. That is in the past, yes a very bad past, but there is a holocaust going on right now. You ask how could this be so? It is the holocaust of abortions. And like what happened in Germany many went silent and said nothing about it. In America people are silent but there are a choice few who stand up and take a stand to say abortion is wrong, we are the Pro-Life members. The legalization of abortion was a mistake. If killing another person is called murder then why is abortion legal? I know people say a fetus isn’t human or it isn’t alive until fully formed.
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Sara’s Letter to The President

Dear President  Barack Obama,

I write to you from a high school classroom in Sarasota, FL. I know I may not be the most educated or government savvy person you’ll hear from, but I feel that my opinions and views on the country are just as important as the next persons’. I want to begin by informing you of how overjoyed I am that you were elected into the white house as our forty-fourth president. I feel that you’re not only competent and capable of taking on our country’s biggest issues, but I wholeheartedly trust you to listen to everyone’s opinions and what matters to them. So I have taken it upon myself to write to you about the things that matter most to me. I would like to tell you about my views on gay rights, abortion and ways we can help protect our environment.
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