Sullivan Obama Denali

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« It was a great idea to name the highest mountain in North America Mount McKinley after William McKinley on the occasion of his nomination as the Republican candidate for President.  McKinley went on to be the first president to ride in a car, and the third president to be assassinated.  The third assassination was a charm, and his murder began special protection of the US presidents who succeeded McKinley.  Prior to this it was believe the leader of the people needed to be available to the people in ways that are unthinkable today.  Alaska became a state a half century after McKinley was killed, and the kind citizens of Alaska have been relatively united and steadfast in resuming the name of Denali of the continents highest peak.  My childhood amigo, Dan Sullivan is now Senator Sullivan of Alaska, and he is relentless in his criticism of President Obama.  Sullivan is in an interesting place of supporting his constituents and celebrating the Obama decision.  In addition to going against the Senator’s anti-Obama-MO Sullivan will snub Ohio legislators who have shown resistance to the change of the mountain name back to its rightful name, Denali.  I’ll be reading the kind Senator’s statements closely on this Obama-Alaska visit, and I applaud my president on this no-brainer decision.  Sullivan is the man I knew as a boy.  Handsome, smart, and charming.  He’ll need all of his boyhood charms combined with his adult skills to be seen as a leader who loses nothing in this big win for his constituents. »» about me  302-990-2346  twitter  contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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