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A Word From President Bill Clinton

A Word From President Bill Clinton

As some of you know, I post a personal story from time to time to break the monotony of Packer talk, and generally just write for the love of writing. One of the stories, "Restaurants" features me as a young boy having dinner with then President Bill Clinton.

I sent a short letter and a copy of the story to President Clinton, a good friend of the family, and shared my experience of the memory.

Today I received this:

Like I said, I don't make these up, and may the doubters and fact finders forever now be silenced.

Long live the Dems!

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djbonney138's picture

That is awesome! P.s. I think you should go by Alexander from now on.

Jersey Al's picture

Alexander... I like it!

Shawn's picture

Awesome! Alexander Tallitsch, Esq.

BeltifyMe's picture

Less than a year later - not bad! Seriously, that's cool.

glen beck's picture

This letter is proof of Bill Clinton's liberal bias!

PackersRS's picture

Please transcript it as I can't read it!

foundinidaho's picture

Alexander, that is pretty effing cool. That is all.

JohnRehor's picture

Congrats Alexander.

I'm still waiting for a response from George Bush Sr. on a letter I wrote him a mere 22 years ago.

Frankin Hillside's picture

That's fantastic. He's one cool cat.

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