President not only one to blame
There are 100 senators, 435 state representatives and one president of the United States government.
All of these people have the ability to make laws governing our lives now and sometimes forever. The letters regarding the election of President Obama are truly mind-boggling. He ran for office and was elected for a second term. So was George W. Bush and others, but he is the previous president.
He started a conflict – I refuse to call it a war – in Iraq. At the cost of thousands of lives and billions of dollars, where was the outrage and letters then? I didn't vote for Bush, and I had to endure him anyway.
Perhaps the voters who did vote were not the same ethnicity or gender or wealthy as the letter writers, but they exercised the right that we all have and voted. We don't all like the president or the senator or the representative, who are voted into office, but we can get them out by voting. Only the Supreme Court judges, who can interpret the law and change it, are in for life.
Why blame only presidents? The other 535 people are responsible for the stalemate also.