A Letter to George


Tate Hawk, Editor

Dear George Wahington,

I know one of your big things is not telling a lie. I was wondering if that was a myth. Are you really a good person? Sure you helped create America and became the first president, but does all that matter if you killed dozens of people and believed you were better than others? I was also wondering about your teeth. People say they were really bad. What happened to them? Just never took care of them? Couldn’t take care of them? What motivated you to become a soldier, anything in specific? Do you think you deserved everything you got? Do you truly believe that you deserved to be president? If so do you think you were a good president? In all, do you, George Washington, someone who never lies, truly believe you were a good person that had good morals.