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Published:November 21st, 2012 10:02 EST
Dear Mr. President: Congratulations on Your 2012 Re-election

Dear Mr. President: Congratulations on Your 2012 Re-election

By M. Quinn

PREAMBLE: The correspondence below was sent on 2012, November 16 to the White House via certified letter to follow up on previous letters sent to the President, and make recommendations on restoring the American manufacturing sector and likewise addressing the continuing problem of racism, bigotry and social inequality in America.


from the desk of:

M. Quinn




The White House
C/o President Barack H. Obama
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
Washington , DC 20500

Dear Mr. President:

Congratulations on your 2012 re-election.

Although, I and many other Americans do not hold the same enthusiasm as was held in `2008 for the new America which was so adamantly proclaimed in your first campaign for the White House; based on what was promised, and what truly materialized. I do wish you the utmost success in the next four years.

I am one of many within the boundaries of American society that feel that "the time for change is now"; and the American people must not be asked to continue to wait any longer.

So therefore, I am corresponding with you once again to reiterate; and thus follow up on my previous letters to you regarding how to potentially bring back the American manufacturing sector, and likewise address a vexing problem which has repeatedly caused a dividing wedge within our nation.

Firstly, restoring the American manufacturing sector, creating jobs and stimulating the economy:

It is my contention that one of the most fundamental ways that this can be accomplished is by holding an "Economic Business Summit" with all of the American manufacturing companies, and thus, put forth a request that these companies reinstate (bring back) at lease 10% percent of their manufacturing jobs to the United States of America. This effort will undoubtedly accomplish a couple of objectives.

A) Bring well needed jobs back into the American economy, which would have a resounding affect on the state of our nation; and B) Boost the confidence of the American middle class as we stamp these products "Made in America".

I would equally suggest that this entire endeavor is not only televised, but reported on during your weekly address to the nation. So that, the American people will have the opportunity to bear witness to those American companies who are resistant to this effort; and likewise have the opportunity to boycott the companies who refuse to participate in the revitalization of the American manufacturing sector.

Secondarily, the vexing problem of racism, bigotry and social inequality:

The matter of racism coupled with the hateful public rhetoric produced by the implementation of you as Commander and Chief continues to remain a dividing wedge within our nation. In addition, the surge of racially charged internet activity after your re-election; not to mention the twenty states within our union which have filed for secession (separation) from the United States based on the results of the 2012 election; is a firm reminder of a problem that requires your attention.

Racism, bigotry and social inequality continue to be a vexing exercise in the lives of many within our nation. So therefore, I call upon you once again Mr. President to earnestly reconsider my campaign; and thus, implement my strategy to incorporate a comprehensive education of racism into the American educational system as a core curriculum.


From K-12 to the university academic systems, a comprehensive education on the origins, methodologies and practices of racism as a core curriculum remains instrumental to the betterment of our nation.


In closing, it is my sincerest hope that within the next four years - your administration will produce the moral action which your words have set forth; by genuinely charting a new course for the American people; and create the change that I and so many others are seeking for the social and economic advancement of the United States of America.



M. Quinn




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