February 2, 1993 President William J. Clinton
The White House
Washington, DC 20500
Dear Mr. President:
This is my first letter to a President, although I have been a political junkie observer for forty years. I voted for you; however, a major part of my decision was a negative vote against President Bush. Mr. Bush's connections to the big money spook world (CIA asset in 1963, director in the 1970s) and his late 1992 decision to block release of the JFK assassination files sealed the voting decision of this fiscal and military conservative.
I did not vote for President Kennedy in 1960; however, I would have in 1964 had not the arrogant OSS types at the CIA preempted our (the voters) right to choose leaders based on performance. The terrorizers, however, were terrorized on January 25  when a gunman brazenly shot up the front gate of the CIA at the peak of the morning rush hour. The motive appears to be revenge for an assassination in Pakistan in 1984. I hope that the arrogant and imperious management at the CIA note that the hit directly at their staff people occurred only five days after your inauguration and decide that repeats of Dallas and Watergate might be a bit more risky. The 1990s are not the 1960s and '70s.
Most sincere best wishes for you and your administration.
Dan M. Griffith