If you could tell Obama anything, what would it be?

United States
October 3, 2009 12:25pm CST
I've always respected an open ear, so when I found out that Obama was the listener, I thought this was a perfect opportunity to express my concerns for America's future to him. This website http://www.whitehouse.gov/CONTACT/ allows you to directly contact Obama himself. According to his weblog, he reads every email that isn't an "I love you" email. Food for thought here: If you could tell him anything, what would you tell him? Did you use the link and contact him personally?Was your email (or will it be) about the health care system? Taxes? The legal system? Medical Marijane? Gay marriage?Interested myLotters want to know. www.whitehouse.gov/CONTACT/
1 response
@xfahctor (14128)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
3 Oct 09
I don't go there any more because I got tired of winding up on Axlerod's spam list. So what would I tell Obama? I would tell him to actually take some time and start governing by the constitution instead of twisting it and abusing it just like his predicessor twisted and abused it. I would tell him to remember who it is he workes for and that he is just as replaceable and expendable as every other politician is, there are plenty of people behind him in line who want the job.
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• United States
3 Oct 09
What do you mean by axlerod's spam list? who/what is axlerod?
@xfahctor (14128)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
3 Oct 09
Serious? you don't know who Axlerod is? Wow. ok then.... David Axlerod, white house spokesman. Responsable for compling an email list of everyone who visited the white house.gov site and tracking them. HUGE controversy last month. You don't follow politcs do ya. No big deal, just sayin.
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• United States
3 Oct 09
Not big on the boring white house speeches. Tried to get into it a few times, but never got past 10 minutes. Also, their names aren't big on my "gotta remember" list. When it comes to politicians, I'm more interested in what they've done and want to do as opposed to what they have to say. I've never seen many of their "promises" come to fruition. So, what kinda spam does Axlerod send? Is it just boring press releases and shameless self promotion? I've written Obama about a month after he became president and haven't received his spam. But then again, I have like 15 email addresses, so it could of gone to one of my lesser used email accounts. Highly possible.