New Web Site Offers Citizens Direct Communication to Bush, McCain, Obama: What Would You Say?

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A new web site,, allows visitors to the site to submit a letter, upload a video, and/or vote in various polls. Messages for President Bush are delivered to White House Press Secretary Dana Parino, and then users receive a notification of when their submission was delivered and who signed for it.

Pollsters quoted on news networks typically sample 100 - 1,000 people, which allow a 3% - 5% margin of error. provides a voice to the other 299,999,000 citizens who don't get polled. is non-partisan and non-biased, and is not affiliated with any political party. encourages all political, religious, and racial backgrounds to participate in a dialogue with our Commander in Chief. aims to serve the citizens of the United Sates as their official voice. Anyone with a computer and Internet connection is encouraged to join the dialogue.

$700 billion in taxpayer bailouts, 600,000 jobs lost this year, and the U.S. involvement in two wars. The current and next President have a host of issues to deal with. Thus, also allows users to address messages to either candidate at &

Messages addressed to either Senator Barack Obama or Senator John McCain are delivered to their campaign managers. On January 20, 2009 will then deliver messages addressed to the new President to his White House Press Secretary. was created to provide a voice to the masses. It is not intended as praise, or an insult to the Presidency of the United States.

What would you say?

About was founded by Jason Brown, a marketing professional in Los Angeles, CA who is not registered with any political party, in conjunction with web developer Synctree LLC in 2008. This website is completely independent of any political influence and is meant to serve the people of the United States.


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