In the past four years you’ve been overworked, underrested, challenged, and pushed beyond your limits. I’m sure that’s true of the presidency no matter who takes its reigns. But I’m writing to ask more of you.
Right now I need you. My daughters and my family need you. This country needs you.
In hard work it’s easy to lose sight of hope, but it’s that hope that made me so proud to vote for you four years ago. You’ve instituted and continued policies that I very much dislike, but through it all you’ve retained a commitment to the people of this country that sits on display for all to see; evidenced by your commitment to green energy, education, community programs, and more.
My own family has benefitted from programs like Head Start and food stamps, allowing me to work hard and acheive something greater. You clearly understand that civic programs lend assistance but also give rise to new avenues of private sector growth. I run a small nonprofit that I hope provides greater benefit to this country and this world than I have personally gotten out of the system. Many others will take similar paths, but only if those paths are open to them.
So we need more.
I’m asking you to stand up and fight with the passion and vigor I know you can. I’m asking you to remind this country why so many of us stand behind you and believe in you. I’m asking you to make this personal — treat my children as your own because without you their future is in jeopardy. It’s time for you to make a fist and raise it in the air.
If I’m not being clear, just call me. My number is (401) 864-2118, and it’s open to you day or night. If you need something to fight for I can rattle off a list until you’re sick of hearing my voice.
We stand with you, now please take a stand for us.