From the moment you assumed power- you began to divide the people. Instead of uniting us- you chose to divide us.
When you ran for office you made many promises, which is not unusual for politicians, but soon it became evident that your promises were falsehoods.
You said you would work with the opposition party- but you insulted them, several times, in person, in public. Your tactic was to cut them out of any decision making, as you did with Obamacare.
You said you would have a transparent administration, where the people would know what was going on and that C-SPAN would film what used to be secret negotiations- instead you kept C-SPAN out and your minions held meetings behind closed, locked doors.
You accused the prior administration of being unpatriotic by increasing our National Debt- yet you knew your programs could not be paid for without borrowing- so you increased our debt, more than doubling that of the prior administration.
You said you would support our free market economy and promote the creation of new jobs. During the campaign you said you actually did create new jobs while you knew in your heart that 23 million Americans were out of work and the unemployment rate was just as high as when you started.
Instead of trying to unite all our economic forces and get the economy moving again- you choose to divide us by class, pitting the imaginary one percent against the rest of us, all for political gain.
You said there were too many abortions- that you would do everything you could to reduce the number of abortions, yet the first thing you did was to order the Federal government to pay for more abortions.
Shame on you Mr. President!
You spent the great power of the office you hold- on dividing us.
Instead of uniting us- you have tried to separate us: by class, by gender, by religion, and most sadly, even by race.
You and your Vice President have picked certain corporations and made them enemies of the people, calling them “cheaters” and “greedy” and mocking them, just to convince the voters that you really cared for them.
That may have helped in an election, but since you have won reelection there is no longer any need for that kind of rhetoric.
Surely you know that the true power of our country comes when we are united and when we stand together- not when we are a splintered, quarreling mob.
After this tough campaign Americans are now aware that we have got to take serious actions to fix what is broken. The people know we have taxed and spent our great nation into horrible, unsustainable debt. Social Security and our medical care must be made financially solvent.
And so Mr. President, you can spend the next four years continuing to divide us – or you can begin to bring us together for the common good.
AMAC has grown to 500,000 members and we’ll soon be in the millions. We are willing to work with you during your next term to achieve that common good.
With God’s continued blessing- the United States of America will survive.