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God Bless the Victims, God Bless You

From: Sasha
To: President George W. Bush
Subject: God bless the victims, God bless you

Dear Mr. President,

I'm unfortunately not an American Citizen, but deeply in my heart I am one. I just want you to know that I'm standing behind you and that I'm giving you my support. I'm sure that you will do everything to find and punish those who were able to kill many thousands of enocent people. I'm only sorry that I kan not help you and help USA to rebuild the WTC. I'm sorry that I kan not help now in New York.

You may find my English very bad, but I hope you understand what I mean. I know that there are thousands, millions of people who wants to kome and live in the USA. I know that I'm the one in a million who knew all his life that I do not beling in a country where I was borned, or I'm living now. And hopefully, one day, this dream of mine will come true. I hope that at least my son will be proud to say I'm American.

Once again, God bless the victims from New York and Washington, DC. God bless their families. God bless you and the American people and God bless all of us.



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