February 25, 2009
To The Honorable Governor Bobby Jindal:
We would like to take a few moments of your time to respond to your speech last night, given as the Republican Party’s response to President Barack Obama’s Speech to the Joint Session of Congress.
Before discussing the policies and politics, let’s begin with by saying that, in future speeches, you should refrain from drawing comparisons between the great American dream story that your parents have given you with the story of Barack Obama. Your parents immigrated to this country, to a new and better life, for themselves and the family they were going to build. Your parents immediately set their sights on becoming American citizens. Your parents worked hard to build a good life here in this country, and, as is evidenced by your educational accomplishments and fully visible record of public service accomplishments, they did a great job. Our President, on the other hand, finds great pride in the “dreams” of his father, a deadbat absent father, who had wives and children in various corners of the world, and whose major accomplishment, other than being the mysitical father of the 44th President, was that of an overeducated alcoholic. He was never in this country with the idea of becoming a citizen. His honor to the dream of his father is an outright affront to his mother, the white woman from Kansas who basically abandoned her young son for a carefree lifestyle in foreign nations with her foreign husband (the only real father Obama had), shipping her son to her parents at their home in Hawaii. She was basically selfish with regard to her family, opting instead to work in foreign lands using Americans dollars from Peter Geithner (Tim’s dad) and the Ford Foundation to aid underdeveloped areas– a great and noble cause IF one is also tending to their own children. And could she not have found the same satisfaction in areas of the country, the Appalachia!
Thus your story is a true story of the American dream.
In your speech, we would like to thank you for acknowledging that the Republicans lost their voice, thier compass, and succumbed to the spending ideology that so truly defines the Democrats. You provide then the foundation for reclaiming the important moral and ethical values that are the true backbone of the Republicans, but moreso of the United States as a whole.
Your response that it is immoral that we borrow from our children’s futures in the spending pacakge was so resounding– so immensely so that the liberal pundits tried to diminish your comments, but could not do so.
Where we believe that you may have stopped short, and where we, The People, would like to see the Republican Party show its strength is in garnering the strength of our Constitution, the reclaiming the sovereignty of the states that the Constitution guarantees the states, and the rights, undeterred that the Constitution guarantees the citizens of the United States.
Suffice it to say, the President realizes that the campaign season of 2012 has already begun, and the RNC has several strong-minded leaders emerging, ready to lead to a resurgence in the 2010 elections, and in taking back the White House and our country in 2012. Along with your colleagues, such as Gov. Sanford, Gov. Pawlenty, Gov. Palin, Rep. Cantor, and Rep. Paul Ryan, you each will be formidable opponents to unseat President Obama.
We look forward to the development of the RNC’s plan and agenda, and in supporting the battle for the American family.
Just Americans Making Ethical Statements