From H. Nelson Goodson
Taxpayers for Immigration Reform
December 15, 2009
Mr. President Barack Obama,
As I write this letter to you, more than 12 million of undocumented immigrants remain in the shadows within our borders. So be it, with my outmost respect and with the hope you might get an opportunity to actually read this letter before the year ends.
I congratulate you for accepting your Nobel Peace Prize with your humble speech acknowledging a “slight accomplishment.” Mr. President, one of your great accomplishments has been to unite our nation for a common goal, and that would be to get us out of the recession and putting Americans back to work, which would include an affordable national health plan.
The holidays are upon us and December 25 is just days away. A time when friends, relatives, families and neighbors share some things in common like Peace and Happiness regardless of economic well being.
I would like to recommend the following, Mr. President you can actually exercise your Executive Privilege and pardon all the undocumented immigrants within our borders, in detention by USICE, and those waiting for a decision concerning their legal status in our country. Your decision to pardon the more than 12 million of undocumented immigrants would be an act of humanity and of colossal accomplishment surpassing any modern day human achievement.
I did sent a similar letter to former President George W. Bush, but it seemed to have fallen on deaf ears or he never received it for what ever reason.
I hope President Barack Obama will hear my call to do the right thing, and use sound judgement to pardon those whose families helped elect as President.
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