Stumbled across a letter to Joe Lieberman tonight over at American Hatriotism today. It’s awesome. Basically you have someone over there talking about how awful, simply AWFUL, Mr. Lieberman is for coming out against the health care bill. After a WHOLE bunch of discussion on the fact, we get to the point where a letter is penned and delivered to the Senator’s office. I’ve captured all I could stand the beginning and then added my response to it. If ya want, stop on over the Hatriotism and see if the comment got any action:
Dear Mr. Lieberman,
Do you sleep well while …..
so many Americans struggle to bear the pain and anguish they are experiencing today?
Far be it that people ought to struggle.
somewhere in America a hard working student finds out there is no means, no money, no way to college?
Is that hard-working student willing to work hard at a job?
a mother and father are struggling to provide the bare necessities for their disabled child?
Good bless then for being able to supply the necessities for their child; disabled or not.
an elderly man who fought for his country eats a can of beans for dinner and must dress in several layers of clothing because he can not afford a decent meal or to heat his meager home?
We thank him for his service; service to ensure that we are all free. Free to be responsible. Or not to be responsible.
a Mother over-medicates her baby with tylenol for his earache because she can not take him to the urgent care or doctor for treatment?
She should take the bay to urgent care or the doctor for treatment.
a family will huddle in the cold behind a dumpster to block the wind because they have nowhere else to go?
Before they go to the government, they should go to church.
a husband and wife lie in bed discussing how to break it to their children that they will soon lose their home and have to move?
The tender mercies of learning not to borrow money you can’t afford to pay back.
a couple that saved thousands for a home they will now lose when the bank takes it away?
This should be sent to Senator Frank actually.
a father tells his family he has lost his job and they can no longer count on him to take care of them?
A real father would say that he has lost his job and will do whatever it takes to take care of them. Even if it means working 3 others.
a mother tells her children there isn’t anything left in the house to eat?
How many different ways can you say the same thing?
another father wonders how many more days, weeks, months before he will work again and worries how they’ll make it until then?
The whole rest of your letter is the same point on and on and on.
And the real tragedy? Passing a law isn’t going to change any of that.