All About Farewell 43

Farewell 43 is the first in an ongoing series of Presidential Farewell Gift Books. It is an un-biased, un-affiliated, un-partisan, free-speech forum, where anyone who chooses to can submit a personal farewell message to the departing President of the United States, in this case the departing 43rd President, George W. Bush.

Farewell 43 exists solely for the opinions of those who contribute to it, not for the opinions of Farewell 43’s creators. Farewell 43 is neither left, right, pro, con, up, down, young, old, red, blue, or purple. In fact every effort has been made, including neuro-linguistic analysis, to create a web site that is in no way biased. You, however, can be just the way you are.

What you choose to write is completely up to you. With the exception of a few simple guidelines, Farewell 43 does not dictate or restrict what you write. We simply provide the place for you to write it.

Here’s how it works.

Between now and the next presidential inauguration (January 20, 2009) you may submit one original farewell message to the departing President. The moment the 44th President of the United States is officially sworn in to office, Farewell 43 submissions will be closed.

Upon close of submissions the process of culling Farewell 43 messages into a printed gift book will begin. When completed, the Farewell 43 book will be given to Mr. Bush as a parting gift from “We The People”.

So start thinking and start writing. We encourage everyone to participate.

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Thank You For The Misery

Written by Robert Scardapane

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Hey Georgie, Thank you for: Two recessions. Endless war in Iraq. Eroding our civil liberties. Housing foreclosures. Bailing out corporate criminals. Corrupting the Justice department for political gain. Making America hated in the world. Have a swell retirement, now that…  more »