He set the record for least number of press conferences than any president since the advent of television.
He spent the U.S. surplus and effectively bankrupt the U.S. Treasury.
He is the all-time U.S. and world record holder for receiving the most corporate campaign donations.
He misled the nation in the State of Union address about the reasons for attacking Iraq. He invaded and occupied two countries at a cost of $1 billion per week.
He set an economic record for most private bankruptcies filed in any 12-month period.
He failed to fulfill his pledge to capture Osama bin Laden.
He is the first U.S. president in history to withdraw the United States from the United Nations Human Rights Commission and from the International Criminal Court.
The war and civilian causalities, and the endless war are not impressive.
Who hired this guy? His accomplishments as the governor of Texas are no better. What about his education and experience? This is no better! How did he become president of the United States? Oh! It was the 2000 election in Florida! His resume is not impressive. His job performance is appalling. I’ll let him stay until Nov. 2 then I will have to fire him.
Who is this man? Why, none other than our eccentric assistant head tennis coach from high school. One time I broke my toe in an auto accident (The Marriott Drive Into The Ravine) on Friday night. I called Coach Kennedy at 6am Saturday morning and told him that I would not be able to make the meet later in the day. On Monday I was dropped down the rankings and disciplined because I “no-showed” the meet. I guess he thought me calling him up and explaining my injury was a dream or something. And that’s the guy that wrote this letter.