The people have spoken and have elected you to the highest office in the land for another four years. I only hope you appreciate what an awesome responsibility has been placed on your shoulders and that the decisions you make can have either good or bad ramifications on the citizens of this nation for generations to come.
You have made the statement that you want to be president of all the people, and if you mean it, I have some suggestions.
1. Don’t ever lie to us. You could start out by admitting what really happened in Benghazi, and if you are at fault, admit it and take steps to see that it never happens again. The situation was bad enough and was made much worse by your handling of it.
Americans died and their families and the rest of the country deserve answers, true answers.
2. Stop bypassing Congress in an effort to get your agenda passed, stop with the executive orders and let your intentions see the light of day by going through the people’s representatives the way our Constitution intended.
You were elected president, not king, not ruler and not dictator. And while you’re at it, get rid of all of the czars, they didn’t get voted into office.