Friday, July 29, 2005

Dear First Lady, Laura Bush

White House picture by Krisanne Johnson. Laura Bush visits with President Amani Abeid Karume, pictured in black, at right, in Zanzibar, Tanzania, Thursday, July 14, 2005.
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Dear First Lady, Laura Bush, staff, and to whom it may concern:

My friend wrote you, and I thought it might be a good idea too. I assume a staffer will read this and I hope it is passed on to those that can review it. The SBA, HUD, and those investigating Government abuse and corruption in Senate and House Committees may do well to read this letter and investigate the points and accusations being made.

If only 1 out of 4 kids are born and go from birth to high school with their biological parents in the home, what is that doing to America and our future as a nation?

Too often fathers are losing their rights, credit, ability to own a home, their jobs, retirement and the sum total of their life’s work for simply being a father involved in divorce and civil custody proceedings in court.

These 3 out of 4 men face prison because of bias and abuse of men in the courts. Small businesses are lost at an alarming rate, so are careers.

Those that lodge complaints against an official face arrests and prison. There is no consequences for officials fabricating evidence, lying, committing perjury, and witness tampering.

Children are suffering. Citizens and children are being thrown in prison and detention centers as State’s reportedly get $90,000 for children ripped from away from their parents and $74/day/inmate in federal tax dollars. So where is it in a state’s interest to serve the public’s needs, families, and to act ethically and morally?

With up to 3 out of 4 men taken out of the taxpaying, productive, consumer category and into living at the expense of taxpayers category, how does this help our economy, strengthen families, and foster faith in government?

I watched as honest citizens came into an American town to improve and do business in a downtown American community and were the targets of the town, state, police, courts, and other officials for their property, business, assets, and their quality of life if they were in competition with those that had corrupt ties and influence at the town hall. Those that complain end up arrested and in prison, their lives and their family’s broken up and ruined, over and over.

I stayed away from drugs, don’t abuse alcohol, saved my money, maintained my credit, invested in the American Dream, a small business, bought homes, paid taxes, mentored and supported my child, and believed in all of America’s promise.

I then watched as police and members of the judiciary passed over vandals, thieves, rapists, heroin and crack cocaine dealers, prostitutes, pedophiles, pimps, and common criminal parasites to get angry with me for having proposed laws to elected officials as police and the courts had refused to serve me because of my profession, contractor and landlord, and my geographic location, downtown America.

Police followed me around and threatened me with arrest if I didn’t leave the state after spouting off in newspapers about abuse of downtown, productive home and business owners.

If America is losing ground in the world economically and is now considered immoral and predatory to others in the world and even to its own citizens, I can see evidence with my own eyes, something drastically needs to be done to change this outrage.

It is up to all of us to say, “Stop,” let’s do something to make America moral and free again, as our forefathers intended.

Thank you,
Steven G. Erickson
PO Box 730
Enfield, CT 06083

P.S. for more information on the above use a yahoo search engine and put in:
Steven G. Erickson
Chris Kennedy Steven G. Erickson
Mulready Steven G. Erickson
Don Christmas Steven G. Erickson
Connecticut State Police Misconduct
What is prison really like
Jeffrey Yeaw (father that was the subject of an Amber Alert)
Arthur L. Spada (former Connecticut State Police Commissioner)

Or Google
Governor M. Jodi Rell
And maybe what I wrote on a Free Speech website is still selection #3

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