Thursday, February 4, 2010

Putting the 'R' back

Dear DNC,

Thank you to all of your members. Though it has been a tough time that we have endured, you have given us hope. The Republican National Committee was once lost, but now is found. We are beginning to find new direction and learn from "Change".

It wasn't that America agreed with Liberal ideology, it was that you presented a more clear concise message. It followed the K.I.S.S. method of keeping it simple. It was something that you never had to explain. It was new and different and well spoken.

However, we have captured your momentum. We are no longer remaining unfocused. We are standing up for our values. We are bringing our followers and getting those that have strayed. We are moving back in to focus and putting the "R" back in "Change".

Jason Sanborn
From the soon to be former State of Texas

Hey Joe....

Dear Vice President Biden,

You have been a beacon of truth in this sometimes cloudy administration. You warned that We the American People would not always understand or agree with what this administration would attempt to accomplish. You also correctly assessed that “This will be tricky and we will make some mistakes.” A politician has spoken no truer words.

While these assessments more than likely were not viewed favorably by the President, the American People appreciated your candor and took heed. We assisted in diverting any mistakes by the administration by voting in Republican leadership in both New Jersey and Virginia. We also responded by electing Scott Brown as the forty-first Republican Senator in Massachusetts.

We have taken your warning about President Barack Omaba’s inexperience, however late. We now remain vigilant on Our watch from the American Government as well as those who seek to do us harm from over-seas. We are prepared to make hard decisions to protect ourselves and our families.

It is with these words in which I would like to express my gratitude for your greatest contribution to the American People. You have brought Our President back to his Faith. It has been noted previously that President Obama has missed the National Day of Prayer, has not picked a church in the Washington D.C. area, and has been more secular in his speech than previous administrations. However, every time you walk in to the Oval Office the President bows his head, closes his eyes, raises his hands and says a little prayer, “God what have I done?”

Jason Sanborn
From the soon to be former State of Texas