Saturday, February 6, 2016

Despite our obvious differences, Michelle and I will always hold you and Bill in high esteem as one of our closest enemies and shall always cherish the memories, disappointments, havoc you have both brought forth to our lives, my administration

A letter from Barack Obama to Hillary Clinton

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By Obie Usategui 
Dear Hillary:
I hope by the time you receive this letter, you find yourself well and in good spirits amidst your grueling presidential campaign. I did not want to waste any time in responding to your inquiry regarding my intent to endorse you. In consideration to your request, however, there are issues, most of which, I deem crucial and in need of complete clarification before I can make any such commitments to you and your campaign.
First and foremost, if you remember back on Tuesday, November 4th, 2008, election eve, when I was first elected to becoming the next president of the United States of America, I pledged to fundamentally transform this nation. And, quite frankly, in hindsight, I really think I lived up to that promise.
Think of it this way, when I was first elected as president of the U.S., my transformation agenda was set-forth on the premise of fundamentally destroying the nation - to where we would do away with capitalism once and for all. I truly believed my years as a promoter of the Alinsky model, did pay off in the end after all. Had Saul been alive today, I believe he would have been very proud of the way I have implemented his model. I think the way in which I have implanted the seed of dissention amongst the classes, my militant crusades in organizing a radical revolution of the “have nots” vs. the “haves”, the “poor vs. the “wealthy”, the “proletariat” vs. the “bourgeoisie” a’ la Marx and Engels, will be my legacy as the founder, benefactor and architect of communism in the United States.
I truly believe that all the stalwart U.S. haters have to be proud of what I have done and accomplished. I am sure that my mentors Reverend Wright, Ayers, Farrakhan, the Castro Brothers, Soros, Michael Moore, Sean Penn, Frank Marshall, were he alive today, and all others, who have committed their lives to undermining the U.S. democracy, all share-in my success in the implementation of communism in the U.S. – a feat which would have been thought of as virtually impossible a few decades ago.

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