President Obama, four in five Americans think the White House should use solar power.
You’ve been busy, we understand. Now it’s time to fulfill that promise you made in 2010!
Dear Mr. President,
I believe the White House should go Solar and use the Company Sungevity to do the work. Why
Sungevity, I felt I could trust them. I think the White House should be as Green as possible to
show the Nation how there are other ways of running our homes and apartments and businesses.
It’s so good for our environment, I love saving the air and trees and some money.
Thank you, Florence! We’ll pass on your sentiments. Happy holidays!
It is becoming more and more clear that for the sake of our national security we need to have an even more aggressive program to put solar panels on all the roofs of America. Every kilowatt from solar panels that is used to fuel an electric car makes us that more independent of foreign energy sources and reduces greenhouse gases. As a former president said, a chicken in every pot, it is time for you to say “a solar panel on every roof” and to lead the way with putting solar panels back on the white house. Government spending on solar panels is an investment in our children’s future not an expenditure. In fact, for national security reasons, a certain amount of the defense budget should be devoted to us going solar. The time to act and lead is now. Our children and grandchildren will thank us.
John W. Laundre
John, thank you for your letter! We would like to use this and pass it on as part of our Rooftop Revolution campaign, would this be ok with you?
Thank you for your support and enthusiasm, and happy holidays!
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