An Open Letter to the Republican Party

In An Open Letter to the Republican Party I share my dismay at the current state of the Republican party, the consequences of the current actions, and a call for them to change there ways or risk losing the possibility of my vote for at least 65 million years. (Note I try not to use extreme language like “never”.)

I encourage all voters who may vote republican, and most importantly those who typically vote Republican, to follow my lead. The best thing that could happen to the Republican party is for its members to be voted out of office.

Removing this party from power will send a message that cannot be ignored and will force the party to change its extremist and detrimental ways, and return to representing the best for the American people as the G.O.P.

Published in: on October 13, 2013 at 12:21 am  Leave a Comment  

Who May I Love? (Part I)

The essay Who May I Love? (Part I) originally written on May 13, 2006 addresses the push for laws or constitutional amendments at both the state and federal levels of government aimed at barring gay individuals from entering into legally recognized unions.

I look forward to your comments on this essay and discussing those comments to better explore this very important subject.

Published in: on July 25, 2008 at 1:01 am  Leave a Comment  

An Open Letter to America

The essay An Open Letter to America originally written on February 14, 2006, was distributed to Minnesota Congressman Jim Ramstad, Minnesota Senator Norm Coleman, and Minnesota Senator Mark Dayton calling for the impeachment of President George W. Bush for actions violating the constitution and his oath of office.

In An Open Letter to America I contrast the differences between our understanding of American rights and freedoms and what has actually become of them. Based on that contrast I explore the President Bush’s actions in light of the Constitution’s protections. I also explain why President Bush doesn’t have the authority that he lays claim to and how that claim of power violates the Constitution.

I look forward to your comments on this essay and discussing those comments to better explore this very important subject that may define this country for generations to come.

Published in: on July 20, 2008 at 10:58 pm  Leave a Comment