A Letter I sent to President Obama

Dear President Obama,

I really appreciate all that you try to do to help make this country better after all the years of negative hype from previous Presidents. It’s a tough job for you and would be for any one. You have always inspired me to do more in my life and be the best I can be. I am an Autistic Adult trying to earn a living like any one else. I know the economy is not doing well and you are trying your best to bring it back up with the help of Congress. I know Congress is the ones who dominate, but my hope is one day every one in Congress can let their guard down to start helping people. Isn’t that what life is all about anyway? Being ONE!!

I just want to tell you that I BELIEVE IN YOU!!

You are a great man who is humble and willing to learn. I really appreciate your hard work and dedication to the job. I can not speak about your critics, but like I was always told “not every one will like us”. In fact, that is what makes life interesting.

Every one has to step to the plate to make some kind of positive legacy to help themselves and eventually others.

I continue to work on my hobbies in artwork designing and writing to help others.

Please continue to work hard at what you want to do and stand your ground like you did in the first election. Every one will see that you are a great legacy who will do great things. People just are afraid to admit and resist the unknown.

However I believe the more you stand your ground and keep on fighting for American’s rights hence Human rights, the more everyone will see what you’ve done to help.

Thank you and keep on fighting for US!!

By the way, I am a member of the Adaptations program at the JCC in Manhattan and a Human Rights/Autistic Rights Activist. I am open minded and strong activist fighting for the rights of every one.  Adaptations has been a great program for me. It has helped open doors for me that so many other Autistic Adults should be able to benefit from too. However it is only in New York City.

I will continue to fight for the people as do you and my many friends in the Disability community!

Best regards,


(For Obama and the rest of all Americans around, remember this: “Love is a Wonderful thing!”)

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