To my fellow Americans
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President Obama, (if you ever read this)

Thank you, thank you for everything.

I remember when you were elected back when I was in 7th grade, in a small town inUtah. In my middle school, kids were yelling “OBAMA” up and down the hallway with excitement. Even though we were young, our schools taught us well, and made sure we knew enough of our countries history to understand the significance of that day.

Growing up, I learned not only are you an admirable leader, but you are also a pretty cool guy. Laid back, and calm under pressure while always smiling. I learned we even listen to similiar types of music, from artists like Nas and Jay Z.

You have been my president for most of my life, and it brings me a great sadness to see you leave. As I am now 21 and going through college, growing up I have learned much about what you have accomplished for our country, yet few in the U.S seem to understand how remarkable your legacy truly is. Although I believe too few people today recognize your success, I believe history will remember you as one of the greatest presidents of all time. It has been my honor to be a citizen of this country with you as our leader, and you will forever have my utmost respect.

Thanks, Obama

Carson W

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