President Obama: A Reflective Letter

President Obama: A Reflective Letter

To the glorification of the one, POTUS, Barack Obama:

Dear President Barack Hussein Obama:

map of cuban citiesPlease undertake the mission of understanding this letter. After years, months, weeks, days and whenever I was able to dedicate to those “things” that weigh us down heavily, then through a process of critically making myself aware of the effect, existence, or character of something else and therefore having the ability to see outright the truth of matters that collect upon you, Sir, I wonder if three issues that have been committed by you have been perceived and accepted by you, and if so, I am in wondrous anticipation of what you have said to your daughter’s about the two issues.

Of the first issue — which in my mind is significantly important: How were you able to travel to Cuba and while there fit in a trip to watch a baseball game and do a wave to show your support even though you knew that the terroristic act had taken place in Brussels?

How can the leader of the nation that so many are counting on for help albeit, militarily, financially, refugee status, or for food and shelter, enjoy himself with matters that mean so very little to the entire American population?

carnage in brusselsThen immediately following your recreation time in Cuba, you managed to tango with a voluptuous lady again with further knowledge of what had happened in the blood riddled, bomb bashing, and unfortunately deaths and injuries to those who are in need?

Of my last issue here — within this public letter to you — please understand that I have written to you at the White House, the Oval Office, and to the head custodian hoping to receive something, anything back from you however, to no avail.

Therefore, I ask humbly and filled with modesty about this unfortunate disaster that is happening in our beloved country. I am overly concerned as to why you have never ask my position on matters relative to illegal immigration, runaway visas, the amount of visa overstays especially in colleges and universities from those whom you esteem as the USA’s most prominent resources that of course being foreign students.

Why didn’t you fly back to at least the United States during the unforeseen massacre in Brussels? Sir I believe that this is a civil letter that needs a response by you. Thanking you in advance I remain (one who choose civility),

Yours with regret,

Jon-Paul A. Schilling, ESQ.

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