20.07.2008

Barack, komm nach Vaihingen/Enz (Open Letter to Mr. Barack Obama)

"Andreas Schockenhoff, Vizevorsitzende der Unionsfraktion im Bundestag: "Die Berliner Siegessäule auf dem Großen Stern ist dem Sieg über Nachbarn gewidmet, die heute unsere europäischen Freunde und Verbündeten sind. Das halte ich für eine unglückliche Symbolik", sagte der CDU-Politiker."

Deutschland-Besuch: Obamas Redepläne in Berlin sorgen für Unmut - Politik - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Nachrichten

So so, dass die Länder in Europa, nachdem es sich ein paar Jahrtausende lang gegenseitig abgemetzelt haben nun in Frieden leben, ist also keine geeignete Symbolik für den Hoffnungswahlkampf von Obama. Ja was denn SONST?

Und wenn deise Siegessäule so sch**** ist, ja dann reisst sie halt ab.

Ach, weisste was:


Dear Barrack Obama,

if Berlin does not want you, come to the market place of "Vaihingen an der Enz".

We are a town with 20.000 inhabitants about 45 minutes by car from the airport of Stuttgart (don't get mixed up with Stuttgart-Vaihingen, that's not us). I can pick you up a the airport, so you don't lose the way ;)

Our market place has a great old fountain that was set up directly after World War II from donations of the citizens after the old fountain had been destroyed in the war.

It has a lion on top (Africa!) and has the inscription "Don't let the sun set over your quarrels." meaning: "Don't go to bed before you made peace. Don't make war forever."

I guess this would make a great motto for a speech and win you the election. (It's far cooler than this winged elf thing in Berlin that this Hitler person had set up.)

If you wanna come: Just tell me. I won't tell anyone. Then security will not be an issue. And half an hour before you come we'll just call everybody out of their houses andn get all the schoolkids to attend. This is a small town ;-)

I can warn the mayor if you so wish.

See you soon,

Oliver
(one of the 50,035 guys you follow on Twitter, remember?)



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