A LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
October 16, 2012
White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW; Washington, DC 20500
Dear Mr. President Obama,
Sir as you probably know by now I am a Canadian and if I could vote for you I would as I believe as the Leader of the Free World you are amazing! That is all that I wanted to say, but I am also a volunteer for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The Team Hope Division and we work with Parents of Missing US Children. I have had the honour to work with 300 cases with Child Find Alberta Canada since 1989 and 102 with Team Hope since 2003, a total of 402 cases. It started when my youngest daughter was parentally abducted and that is how I got the honour to do this duty which I am proud to do. Now days I am working on International Parental Child Abduction cases and If I had a wish, it would be to make it harder to take children out of the US.
One more comment your Excellency, and that is I am dying of Soft Tissue Sarcoma Cancer, Heart Disease, Diabetes, etc., so even though you are very busy, a return letter would cheer me up.
Actually Sir to be honest if I never got a return letter and I heard in my hospice that parents could not abduct children out of the US, because of a law you signed that would be the GREATEST GIFT EVER! Thank you for reading this, as I am praying that you win this election!
Sincerely and with Great Respect,
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