Dear Barack Obama,
I’ve been a huge supporter of yours since the beginning. Okay, that’s a lie. I was a supporter of Hilary Clinton, but once you were elected, I watched your speech, and it moved me. It moved a lot of people. But lately, you have dropped the ball. Now I understand that you have to play the game of politics, that’s a reality. But this bill you signed into law on New Year’s Eve crosses the line. This is supposed to be America, the greatest country in the world. The one country that would rather self-destruct than break it’s own beloved constitution. Yet here we are, essentially now a military state. Which you allowed us to become. Our military is now equivalent to the KGB and many, many other rights-violating police. For this reason alone, I will not be voting for you next year. I appreciate many of the things you have done for our country in your term including Health Care reforms, the extended income tax breaks, and the repeal of don’t ask, don’t tell. But this just crosses the line for me. I do believe in our constitution, and keeping it sacred. What you have done is simply not right. I only hope that somehow, someway the Supreme Court can overturn this, which is highly unlikely considering the fact that The Patriot Act is still around. I will now be voting for Ron Paul for 2012 as he is the only candidate out there who I believe can and will repeal this country-changing law. I am truly afraid for our future as a nation.