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dear karl rove

In Barack Obama,deficit spending,dick cheney,george w. bush,karl rove on January 21, 2010 by Burke

normally i get a bad taste in my mouth when i say your name.

(you know since you and your buddy dick helped screw up our country and party)

but i’ll give you credit for your article “obama v bush on spending”.

i’m not sure if you’ll ever get back in good graces with america but if you continue down this path maybe you won’t be portrayed as big of a failure (and all out crazy) as dick cheney.

i’ll pass along the link to your article.


dear fox

In Barack Obama,Fox News,healthcare reform on January 21, 2010 by Burke

you are absolutely right!

small businesses are the backbone of america. 

how are we to expect them to continue to invest in america if this administration isn’t willing to invest in them?

i sit here and think to myself, “does barack obama really believe that this will benefit america?  Or, is this a social, elitist experiment on our culture?”

if he truly believes that these types of policies will be beneficial to america then someone should call for his impeachment because he’s off his rocker.

i am wondering if anyone who supports this insanity can give me a legitimate, truthful answer as to why the free pass for labor unions?

Is Brown’s Win a Victory for Small Business, Too? –


dear congress

In Barack Obama,congress,health care on January 19, 2010 by Burke

Please read the letter below from Dr. Starner Jonesfrom Jackson, Mississippi.

He is  a seventh generation Mississippian that decided to returnto Mississippi after attending college and medical school out of state. 

His short 2-paragraph letter [edited to include mycomments] to the White House accurately puts the blame on a “CultureCrisis” instead of a “Health Care Crisis”.  I think you’llfind it’s worth a quick read.

Dear Sirs:  
During my shift last night in the ER, I had the pleasure of evaluating apatient with an expensive shiny gold tooth, multiple elaborate expensive tattoos,a very expensive brand of tennis shoes and a new cellular telephone equipped withher favorite R&B tune for a ringtone. Glancing over the chart, one could not help noticing her payer status: Medicaid.She smokes more than one costly pack of cigarettes every day and, somehow,still has money to buy beer. 
And [you], our Congress, expects meto pay for this woman’s health care. Our nation’s health care crisisis not a shortage of quality hospitals, doctors or nurses. [Our nation’s health care crisis] is a crisis of culture!  [Because of poor leaders such as yourselves,we have become] a culture in which it is perfectly acceptable to spendmoney on vices while refusing to take care of one’s self or, heavenforbid, purchase health insurance. [We are a culture that thinks]”I can do whatever I want to because someone else will always takecare of me.”  Life [would]really not [be] that hard [if you and the current administration would setpolicies that helped our great nation and its people].  It’s time that the hard-working people of theUnited States of America came first.  Mostof us reap what we sew [but we need a government that’s willing toloan us the seed].  Don’t you agree? 
Jackson ,  MS 
edited by Burke Tyer


dear barack [part 3]

In Barack Obama on January 18, 2010 by Burke

” i had a dream have a plan that’s slowly backfiring.”
i thought that you might want to know another one of your ideas is going down the toilet.
take a look at the article from the api below if you don’t believe me.
i even included a link for you.
after you’re done reading it let me know if you still think closing gitmo was a good idea.

“1 in 5 Released Gitmo Detainees Back to Militant Activity” –

normally, i’m completely behind “change you can believe in”.
but it seems all your changes are the wrong kind of change.
i wonder if there’s a way you can have hillary help you undo the mess you’ve made?

i’ll think of some ideas and pass them along to you. 

hopefully i can think of some fast–before you make a bigger mess.


dear barack

In Barack Obama,Politics on January 15, 2010 by Burke

"yes we can we’ll try!"


so i’m wondering why president obama’s reaction to the crisis in haiti can’t translate to america’s current crisis?

economic turnmoil

double digit unemployment


war in iraq

war in afghanistan

trillion dollar deficit


the crazy attempt to socialize america’s healthcare system

who cares if he needs to look like he can respond swiftly to a disaster?

the ONLY disaster i care to see him respond swiftly to is the current disastrous state of america.

i feel deeply for the people of haiti.

but let the red cross ($35 million raised and counting) and the military help haiti.

i think obama has way more important american issues to deal with.

here’s a thought…

what’s joe biden doing?  can he not give these press conferences updating us on phone calls with the president of haiti??

he’s not doing anything else and i think he should earn some of that salary the american people are paying him.

a familiar song (albeit written for another president) can be applied to our self-admitted ill-performing president:

"Dear Mr. President, Come take a walk with me.

Let’s pretend we’re just two people and You’re not better than me.

I’d like to ask you some questions if we can speak honestly.

What do you feel when you see all the homeless on the street?

Who do you pray for at night before you go to sleep?

What do you feel when you look in the mirror?

Are you proud?

How do you sleep while the rest of us cry?

How do you dream when a mother has no chance to say goodbye?

How do you walk with your head held high?

Can you even look me in the eye And tell me why?

Let me tell you ’bout hard work

Minimum wage with a baby on the way

Let me tell you ’bout hard work

Rebuilding your house after the bombs took them away

Let me tell you ’bout hard work

Building a bed out of a cardboard box

Let me tell you ’bout hard work

You don’t know nothing ’bout hard work

How do you sleep at night?

How do you walk with your head held high?

Dear Mr. President, You’d never take a walk with me.

Would you?"