AN OPEN LETTER TO THE BARACK OBAMA, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Dear Mr. President,
Your are, without a doubt, the most pitiful and disappointing president of my time. I voted for you twice, thinking that after suffering eight years of George W. Bush's outrageously destructive assault on America's liberty, financial stability, and reputation, that you would return the office of the presidency to one of decency and respectability with a warm regard for our constitutional principles, our way of life, and most of all our trust. Instead, you sabotaged us with your offensive disregard for everything we expected from you. Humility, courage, leadership, and most of all our admiration for your attention to the declaration of those liberties and for the future of a nation struggling to recover from nearly a decade of international disdain for our illicit intrusions into the affairs of sovereign governments and those at odds with both our declared destiny of an open and transparent society and their rights, as a people, to determine what they deemed to be in their best interests as long as they refrained from harming or intruding upon our quest to give our citizens the freedom to pursue their desires without disrupting those of the rest of the world's peoples, despite how great our disagreements or cultural differences may be.
You have failed to protect our cherished rights of privacy and our expectations of government, one not of obstruction, but one that abides by our constitutionally guaranteed entitlements of independent thought, speech, and action, no matter how they may conflict with your government's intentional opposition of those lawfully guaranteed rights and privileges given us, not by dictatorial decree, but by proclamation of it's people and those who would represent them.
I am ashamed of your deceitful words and your disobedience to the powers given you by the office to which you were elected. i am disgusted by your unwarranted and un-american intrusion into the lives of those innocent of any transgressions or destructive intentions, either to the office of the presidency, or to the security of the nation to which you are sworn to protect. You have lost all credibility and any substance you had as one who promised to rebuild the hopes and imaginations of a disillusioned and dismayed citizenry. You have betrayed both our trust and our confidence, not only in the office you hold, but in the government you gave your oath to defend.
You are a disappointment to those who worked and fought so hard to defend your vow to uphold the laws of both the country and the decencies of the office of the presidency. You deceived so many of us who assured others that your agenda was both honorable and sincere. I regret that many americans, myself included, have been misled and disillusioned by a man in whom we placed, not only our confidence, but gave our word to others that you were trustworthy and deserving of the respect of all of us, both friend and foe alike.
You were not, and for that, and the nation you now lead, I am truly sorry.
Citizen of the Republic of the United States of America