New Yorker Sheryl Oring decided that the general public should be able to write postcards to President Bush, so she started a project called I Wish to Say, where she dresses in 1950s clothes and uses an antique typewriter to type up postcards from passersbys on the street (she even provides the card stamp for each and every one). Oring is already touring the country, collecting messages from voters who sit at her portable desk. You can see the scans of the postcards and photos of the people who sent them on her site, as well as check them out at the McCormick Tribune Freedom Museum in Chicago this Fall. Thanks for sharing TeamSugar user jennymkpr!
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