A Personal Letter to America


February 14, 2004

To my America friends:

On this Valentine's Day, may I thank you for your freedom that gives me the opportunity to speak my mind. So let me get right to the point.

President Bush's irresponsible policies have forced me to close my long- time business after 34 years, which had also helped to provide income to others who supported our great efforts. When Clinton was running the American presidency, people like me were secure and prosperous in our chosen work. Then this nut, Bush, comes along.

Not a single government program was offered to help me after my business failure, so how can this president call himself a compassionate individual? Far worse, though, you should know I lost my two sons in the war on Iraq. My sons had given their lives for their country, and for what . . . so Bush's oil buddies could get richer as some report in the media? The pain of losing my sons in this illegal war is just beyond words. I know others feel my pain.

I regret to say that I also lost my home and now simply have nothing left. How can this Bush call himself a Christian when he neglects dedicated individuals like myself, a senior citizen with various medical problems who cannot easily begin a new career? What a bum.

With all my losses, I was reduced to the point where I had to live in this hole-in-the-wall-like place where I now have to write this letter to you. If I had any money left, I would be sure to donated it to the Democrat Party . . . glad they are finally challenging this horrible president for what he did to so many of my friends. Hopefully, they will defeat Bush's evil administration in the glorious upcoming American elections.

If Mr. Al Gore had been elected in 2000, I would not have to be writing this letter to you instead being fully employed, own my own home, but most importantly still would have my two wonderful, fun-filled sons.

Please support me and my noble efforts to get everything back that I had lost under Bush's administration.

Let the people's choice reign!



The Honorable Saddam Hussein


Author of original text unknown.


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