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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Form Letter From the White House

Thank You soooooo sooooo  much Government! For sending me a form letter three months later on gun control (Four years too Late!)  Still waiting on a letter for the last three controversial letters that got my E-mail re-routed to who knows where for three days until they determined I was just a harmless broke socialist nut writing the president. I better not hold my breath until I get those other replies from the letters I've written Obama so far ; the government would love that!

Dear Brian :

Thank you for writing.  President Obama has heard from many Americans about the heartbreaking events that took place in Newtown, Connecticut, and he has reaffirmed that our Nation will continue to stand with all those whose lives have been affected by this terrible tragedy.

On Sunday, December 17, 2012, the President traveled to Newtown to meet with the families of those who were lost in the tragic shooting, and to thank first responders for their work.  He offered the love and prayers of a Nation grieving alongside Newtown, and he also spoke about the need to engage Americans in efforts to prevent tragedies like the one in Newtown—reiterating that America’s first job is caring for our children.  To watch the President’s remarks at the Sandy Hook interfaith prayer vigil, click here.

Because the President believes our words need to lead to action, he announced at a press conference on December 19, 2012, that Vice President Joe Biden will lead a new initiative to identify concrete proposals for real reform.  The President made clear that this is a complex issue, and that solutions must be wide-ranging and include everything from access to mental health services to confronting a culture that, at times, glorifies violence.  But he also made clear that the price of doing nothing is much too high for our country to bear.  To watch the President’s remarks at the press conference, click here.

Hundreds of thousands of Americans from all across our country have asked their Government to take serious steps to address the epidemic of gun violence.  On December 19, 2012, President Obama responded directly to them.  To watch the President’s message on reducing gun violence, click here.

Thank you, again, for writing.  President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama join all Americans in keeping those touched by this tragedy in their thoughts and prayers.


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