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An Unanswered Letter to Barack Obama

Christopher L. Jorgensen
P.O. Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

April 16, 2008

Obama for America
Post Office Box 8102
Chicago, IL 60680

Dear President Barack Hussein Obama, Jr.,

I wanted to be the first to call you that! I am guessing I’m not though. Surely someone has beaten me to the punch!

Could I please get an autographed photo? Maybe a candid shot of you shaking a voters hand or something?

Recently I had the privilege of being a Story County delegate here in Iowa for your Presidential campaign. I wanted to go onto the State level, but other people got that honor. I had to register as a Democrat to be a delegate for you (something that upset my Republican girlfriend). I’ve been a registered Independent of over 18 years, signing that Democrat card was hard. But now I can change back!

It confuses me why people make a big deal out of your middle name. Sure, it’s the name of a bad guy, but it’s not like your grandparents knew there would be a Saddam when they named your dad. This is just stupid.

I can feel for you though as my middle name is Lynn. Imagine growing up with that as part of your name! Most people consider “Lynn” to be a girl’s name. Ay least no one would think that about any part of your name.

I’m inclosing $5. You can use it on your campaign or buy one of your interns a coffee at Starbucks or something. Either would be nice.


Christopher L. Jorgensen


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