The White House 2 – Where YOU set the nation’s priorities

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Nov. 11, 2008


America needs change, big change. Now it’s time to get specific. Let’s tell President Obama what we need him to do.

Step 1. Watch the video introduction
Step 2. Create an account
Step 3. Endorse or suggest priorities
Step 4. Sort list below (drag & drop)
Step 5. Invite others to join

The more people who endorse a priority, the higher it rises in the charts.

The more people who join the network, the more clout we will have with the President and the media.


Join the network to set your own priorities for America. It’s free and only takes a minute. Start here →

h/t: Rev Canna Divinorum Mescalito de Phalaris Shroom


What are YOUR priorities for Obama’s first 100 days?

jgilliam White House 2 let’s people set their priorities for the next president’s first 100 days. It adds up everyone’s priorities and creates one list on the homepage of the top 25.

This is a very simple and direct way for Americans to come together to discuss the change we need and communicate it to the President and the media.

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3 thoughts on “The White House 2 – Where YOU set the nation’s priorities

  1. Dear Mr. President Obama,

    God Bless you and I hope this letter finds you strong and healthy. I know that you will start facing new problems in your life and you will be meeting with enemies that you have never seen or met before, but I pray to God to protect you and save you from all evil. I will like to let you know that you can count on me and few other people who I know that supported you and voted for you. I will like to ask you to please don’t forget your promises to the people of United States of America.

    My name is Aracely Barrios and I live in San Francisco, California. I was not born in this country, but I was raised here and I learned to love US. I know that it is a country of opportunities and hope. I am Latina from Central America and I will like to ask you to please help immigrants. I am tired of seeing a lot of discrimination against them and families being separate by deportation. I don’t like when they are treated as criminals. Why are we discriminating other races and judging them if US has a high percentage of immigrants? Can you please help them? The economy will be raised if we stop deportation. One because non-immigrants will not accept the minimum wages and immigrants will some times work for lower than the minimum wages. Second because immigrants sometimes work in un-safe environment.

    Please work with the people and for the people who want an opportunity to be legal in this country and give them a peace of mind. I know a lot of people who left their family, kids and parents behind for a better future and have a descent life. I remember when I was a little kid younger than your youngest daughter back in Guatemala I did not have a descent life. I remember when I cried for a doll, but my mom couldn’t buy it for me because she prefers buying me a piece of bread instead of a toy. She always said the bread will fill my stomach and the toy will just break. I don’t remember having toys or a happy childhood, I can only remember my mom and dad working really hard to put food in our table. We did not have a home until I was eight years old; we used to live with my grandparents, then in my uncle house and ranches that my dad worked for. I had to learn how to work and make sacrifices when I was very young.

    My dad crosses the border and I praise the Lord that he did that. When he left me and my new born brother I was very young and I did not understand why he did that and I cried because I missed him, but now I could only say thank you Lord for having such brave father and thank you dad for making that sacrifice and thank you US for being a blessing in my life. I did cross the bored when I was ten. It was a night mare but it has blessing and a victory in my life. I don’t want to tell you my story for you to feel sorry for me but I am sharing a little of my story because I indentify my self with a lot of people who leave home, family, kids, wife/husband, parents: people who leave behind their whole lives.

    Please President help all the immigrants, you have my respect and I have faith that you will create or will bring something that will benefit a lot of people who need a hand or a light in their life. Let’s be united to make USA a place to be and a place of hope and a place of peace. Let’s stop the war of deportation and discrimination. Let’s teach all our kids that all human have the equal right of opportunities. Thank you for reading my letter and I hope this letter could help you get your ideas more strong in helping immigrants. I have also collected a few signatures of people who want to make a difference and who want to see a different approach and attitude of our new President. We want our president to take action in this important issue. Help the economy, stop the war and stop deportation.

    Thank you,

    Aracely Barrios

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