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An Open Letter To Congress …

If I was a GOP Member of Congress, I would not like to receive this open letter from Jill Dennison on behalf of We the People… Please share.

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09 April 2018

Dear Member of Congress,

I am told that you have concerns about your upcoming performance review on November 6th, as well you should.  Your employers, I and many others, are very displeased with your job performance and frankly, I am already seeking your replacement in the event you do not turn things around very quickly.  It appears the problem lies with the fact that you have forgotten to whom you owe your allegiance.  It was I and my fellow citizens who hired you, and it is to us whom you have a responsibility … all of us, not just some.

First, allow me to make one thing perfectly clear:  Donald J. Trump is not your employer!  He may have given you to believe that he is, but he is not.  He is merely another employee of the organization that is run by We The…

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Author: John Fioravanti

I'm a retired History teacher (35 years), husband, father of three, grandfather of three. My wife, Anne, and I became business partners in December 2013 and launched our own publishing company, Fiora Books (, to publish my books. We have been married since 1973 and hope our joint business venture will be as successful as our marriage.

9 thoughts on “An Open Letter To Congress …”

  1. She took the words right out of my mouth! I think she dropped a number in the national debt; it’s already over $21 trillion, thanks to GW Bush and the Republicans. We are in the storm before the calm. And as Deepak Chopra said: ‘Every great change is preceded by chaos.’ Terrific share, John 💚

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          1. You’ll get there, John. Start by changing the messages you give yourself. It can be dang hard to reverse embedded coding, but it’s not impossible. You are stronger than your weakest link ❤

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                1. My grandfather emigrated from a small village in the hills outside of Rome. He was a cooper there and a grocer here. My emotionalism comes from the Italian and my fiery temper comes via my mother. A potent combination I hope to control someday! Hugs!

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                  1. I used to want to control my temper, until it dawned on me that I’d be doing it to satisfy other people ~ people who had difficulty dealing with expressive personalities. I realized that I express all emotions with vigor and didn’t want to be a lopsided person. So when I’m really angry, I just beat the s**t out of a pillow 🙂 ❤

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