Dear Mr. President

Below is a slight variation of a letter I posted on the White House website. To be heard, my message is not accusational. It is an earnest, forthright plea for help. Please feel free to use any elements you like.


Dear Mr. President,

Please reopen the government as American people are being harmed by the closure, especially federal workers. As a former Republican, I feel the wall issue is overstated. We should not hold people hostage on this and should discuss immigration in a data driven, compassionate and diligent manner. Please work with Congress to make this happen. I feel what the House proposed will allow some time to do this and let people get back to work to serve our citizens.


6 thoughts on “Dear Mr. President

    • Dear Keith,

      Thanks for the shout-out. This is a crucial time for all of us to contact our US lawmakers and the president to let them know that most Americans don’t agree with the president forcing a government shut down over his not getting his wall that does virtually nada to secure the US southern border. This is a political stunt that is beyond the pale because it is at the expense of hard working public servants who depend on their pay checks.

      Thanks for taking time to write these letters.

      Hugs, Gronda

      • Gronda, you are welcome. The BS flow will continue tonight. Statistics are being used our is context and that are not directly applicable. Keith

  1. I don’t see why we can’t just separate the wall issue from everything else. Vote on everything else to reopen the government, and then have a separate vote on the wall (and let the chips fall where they may with the wall).

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