The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.
Dear Mr. President elect,
I just finished reading the farewell speech delivered by President Obama. Quite literally with tears in my eyes, I was reassured that my opinion of and support for him were both justified. The use of language to inspire, not denigrate; the use of a call to unify, not isolate; the re-clarification of our democratic principles; the call to come together; the call to action; all resonated within my soul. The peaceful transition of power is necessary for our republic to survive. Therefore, Mr. President elect, I pledge to you my support for proposals you put forward to advance our nation—to uplift those in poverty—to add equality both in rights and the ability to make a living—to keep us in good standing in the international community. I do not, will not support any effort to undermine the true bastion of democracy—our public education system. I do not, will not support any effort to impose social values that belong in the purview of the individual. I do not, will not, cannot support a new form of “bully platform” in which the advancement of one person or group occurs by diminishing those who disagree.Mr. President elect, you have an amazing challenge in front of you. I wish for you the intelligence to know that there are two sides of every issue, the grace to occasionally recognize you may be wrong, and the wisdom to surround yourself with people willing to disagree with you—for only then can advancement take place, and only then will we survive as a nation. With all my heart, I wish you a term that truly keeps us GREAT. And most fervently, Mr. President elect, I hope you lose your Twitter account