Please Plagiarize My ‘Open Letter to Mr. John Boehner’

If you don’t hear from me in a week or so, it may be because of my Open letter to John Boehner, Speaker of the House, sent recently. Well, maybe it’s because of the love note scribed on the outside of the envelope more than the letter itself. Please feel free to plagiarize me!

“Dear Mr. Speaker:

When are the Republican Party and Congress going to stand up to this president???

Every time I open the newspaper or look at the news online he’s done something else totally outside the law and unprecedented. The latest of many is the “deferred action to process illegal immigrants” (Janet Napolitano’s words). Call it what you like, it’s backdoor amnesty for 800,000 illegal aliens.

How is this going to produce jobs for Americans?

You should also be screaming for Eric Holder’s resignation over Fast & Furious.

You should insist on a special prosecutor to investigate White House security leaks.

Not a dime more should go to Pakistan until Dr. Shakil Afridi is released and his family protected from further prosecution.

We expect you to uphold the law and force Congress to do so. You want the independent vote, then get busy and earn it.

And one more thing. Don’t send me a letter in reply on your fancy stationary. I am not impressed by that. Just do what the American people expect you to do.

Sincerely,

Michelle Kerr

PS- please note the recycled paper my letter is printed on. I know by the continued (though better hidden) ethanol subsidies, the curly (full of mercury) light bulb mandates and the increased rebates on inefficient green cars, how much this means to the crowd in Washington, all the while driving around in taxpayer-funded luxury, leased cars, or commuting to Washington from California at taxpayer expense as Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta does weekly.”

Aloha, Mikie

~Remember:  The government has NO resources. They produce NOTHING. They can only take from one group and give to others they feel more worthy of their largess (buying votes). Support tax reform!

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