It’s no secret that the media is in love with President Obama, but this guy Tom Foreman at CNN is has taken it over the top. This is freaky-deaky! He has written a letter to Obama every single day over the past four years.
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Inauguration Day will signal the culmination of an effort I launched on January 20, 2009, to write a letter to the White House every single day of Barack Obama’s first term.buy valium without prescription
And I do mean every day. Weekends, holidays, when he was on vacation, and when I was on vacation. I wrote in my office, at home, in moving airplanes, cars, trains and even while running through the woods. I wrote early in the morning, in the middle of the day and late at night.buy xanax online without prescription
I wrote about things that were important, like unemployment, Afghanistan and women’s rights. I also wrote about things that were trivial, like sports, favorite foods and my yearly battle with Christmas lights.buy tramadol no prescription
The tally: 1,460 letters, well over a half-million words, or enough to fill about seven novels. Laid out as one line of text, these letters would stretch almost 3½ miles or considerably longer than the inaugural parade route.buy xanax online without prescription
I did not intend to get in this deep. (Read More)
This guy needs some psychological help. He asked Obama to call him in just about every letter, and wrote as if the two of them are life-long friends. But he never did get that phone call.buy klonopin online
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CNN should be embarrassed that they’ve kept this guy in their employment for the past four years. To allow someone with what appears to be a quite unhealthy obsession with President Obama to work as a “journalist” is unconscionable.
But there are still some people out there who believe that CNN is not biased. Good grief.valium for saleklonopin online no prescription valium online without prescription xanax online no prescription