Dear Mr. President – November 10, 2020

November 10, 2020

Dear Mr. (you only have until January 20, 2021, then you will be former President) President,

I have a number of issues, concerns, and thoughts to discuss with you today. Since you have had not public events in almost a week and no public statements, I am going to guess you are doing the following things: 1) trying to get courts to do your bidding, 2) getting AGBarr to do your bidding, 3) hiring a moving company to take your stuff to Florida, 4) firing as many people as you possibly can. But what I want to discuss is our personal relationship.

I thought we had a good relationship; you know, the kind where we could openly and truthfully express our opinions and emotions. It turns out that we do not have that type of relationship. It’s been mostly one-sided. I tried and tried to offer you advice, support, and understanding but you rejected all my advice, don’t want my support and understanding you became a ridiculous full- time job. You are unable to have a mutually respectful relationship with other people. It’s all one way. Either you are unconditionally obedient, respectful and worshipped or you are banished from the room, the job, your intimate circle.

This has become an abusive relationship where no matter what I did, it was never enough. Hey, isn’t that similar to the name of your niece’s book, Too Much and Never Enough? She says your meltdowns will continue to consume you, but you can’t change what is happening right now; you can only try and destroy more. Remember the story about you going to a birthday party when you were a child and putting your fist through the birthday cake? I think you are doing the equivalent of that now by firing everyone you can from our national security agencies, refusing to cooperate with the Transition Teams, and keeping “your people” from accepting the results of a free and fair election. You are acting like a spoiled brat who can’t even share a birthday cake with others. Your behavior,” is a model for what we teach our children NOT TO DO!

In short, I’m breaking up with you. Maybe we can have some kind of communication/relationship in the future but right now I’m not sure that would be productive. Let me think some more about how harmful that might be. I know the polite way to say that is “it’s not you, it’s me” but that’s not true. It is you.

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