A Plea to my President: The Rule of Common Sense


My President:

Rule, but let common sense rule

Rule, but let common sense rule your decision on Immigration

Rule, but let common sense guide your decision on Obamacare

Rule, but let common sense guide you choice for Supreme Court nominees

Rule, but let common sense guide you remarks about Hispanic people

Rule but let common continue to guide you as you meet with day to day challenges

Rule, but think twice before you consider prosecuting your opponent – Secretary Clinton

Rule, but let common sense prevail with you decision to abandon NAFTA

Rule, but let you ego not overshadow your wisdom to link with other great minds

Rule, but let you best days be the days when you can provide community clinics in the poor neighbors

Rule, but go visit the poor children in orphanages and those that have been marginalized

Rule, but remember we are still struggling in many places trying to buy a wheel chair for our aging parents

Rule, but rule with compassion when talking about the handicap

Rule, but rule with sincere devotion to the religious community whether they are Christians, Muslims, Jews, or atheists

Rule, but don’t forget that the gays and lesbians are people too and have rights too

Rule, but don’t forget that tomorrow is another day and is new day-be careful with your deliberations

Rule, but give peace a chance – build harmony not walls

Rule, but love all those who love you and even those who don’t love you – we are all God’s children

Rule, but don’t deport aliens who are here trying to help raise a beautiful child – these are our children

Rule, but don’t take away funding for Planned Parenthood for we all have family members who use PP for many other services besides abortion

Mr. President, Rule, but weave a quilt for all mankind, for all Americans

Mr. President, rule with all your might, but take a day and enjoy your family in the back hills of South Dakota, the lakes of Minnesota, or a day in Kansas at Joes BBQ

Mr. President, rule, but let there be peace from the beaches of California to the waterfalls of New York, and every corner of our beautiful country

Rule, but let there be joy and harmony in the great America from the borders of Canada to the borders of Mexico; from the southern borders to the northern borders

Rule, but let your best days be the days you unite the Jews and the Arabs

Rule but let your best days be the days you can meet with the Latina people and black people, meet with women and not just their President of Mexico or President Obama

Rule, but let there be peace in Ukraine, peace in Slovenian, peace in Chechnya because my President made it happen

Rule, but let there the happiness in Russia, happiness in Britain because your actions brought peace and happiness to the Russians and our Cuban brothers and sisters

Rule, but let there be peace in Africa and unity and peace with the Somalis, Ethiopians, Eritreans because your actions brought peace messages to the people of Africa

Rule, but let there be peace with the Middle East and more unity and peace with ISIS. They could be our allies and friends – we never know who and where our friends are

Rule but let there be peace in Europe and no gun violence because your showed the world a better alternative

Rule with all the might, rule with all your strength, smile every day and have a glass of water or your favorite beverage every day and remember many children around the world went to bed on an empty stomach

Rule and ask yourself if today was my last day in office, how I would want my people to remember me

Good Luck Mr. President, you are my President and your wife is our First Lady – you deserve all the support we can give and you have my support. Look left, look right, look left again. That is common sense.

JBY-NOV 2016