August 18, 2020
Dear Mr. President,
Last night I was impressed, not by your mini campaign rallies but by the Democratic National Party Convention. It was sincere, smooth, emotional and reminded me to Be Best. The videos and vignettes were short enough to keep my attention and the two hours flew by. The speeches were good, to the point, and it was interesting to hear from life -long Republicans. As far as Michelle’s speech, well, you know already. I think you tried to tweet something back but, seriously, she’s out of your league.
You know I try and give you honest advice so here it goes. What are your goals for a second term? Since you have already cut regulations on laws affecting the air, the earth, and everything in between, you can check that off your list of things to do. The wall is built, I guess, and all the bad women and children aren’t trying to sneak across our southern border to grab Americans’ jobs. You’ve made all the great trade deals we need with our former friends and some of our new enemies. What else? Oh, the economy; you have personally brought back the Stock Market, even though Trump hating economists always remind us that the stock market is not the economy. You have stood up for your people and they love you because they like having a president who, well, they love you for who you are.
What am I forgetting? I guess the only problem you haven’t solved is the Donald Trump virus. Apparently, people aren’t convinced that you have saved millions of lives. In fact, one person accused you of killing her father!!! It was harsh but there are other people who feel the same way. So, instead of bragging about something you did 6 months ago, you need to have a new plan for the future. It’s not working to say that a vaccine, therapeutics or magic disappearances are coming “very soon”. No one seems to be buying that.
I think other tactics you could try, even if it’s not really you, are trying to unite the country and showing an understanding that points of view other than yours, could lead to civil discussions about policy pros and cons. Never mind, they wouldn’t work because it’s too complicated. I guess you should just stay with who you are. After all, it is what it is.
Thanks Ron, for posting the video down below