Are we forgetting something? The president of the United States is the greatest servant of the American people. The holder of that office is not just for a party or a few people, but for all people, regardless of party or class; thus, the greater the service to all people, the greater the leader’s honesty and character.

The presidency is an honor bestowed by the people. The president’s powers and rights are granted by voting. As a result, it is the people’s trusted servant’s responsibility to use the might and power of the office of president of the United States to preserve, under law and justice, equal rights and freedom for all. The rights to express one’s opinion and choose what one will do or not do are the fundamentals of freedom.

We, the people, are the physical manifestations of the United States of America’s Constitution.

Donnie C. Kerns, Edmonds