Dear Governor Haslam:
This is my second 103rd letter to you.
For many people now life is like a flood. They are on top of their house hoping that a lifeboat comes before the flood washes them away and they die. You have told them a lifeboat is coming. The scariest thing in the world is not to be in danger but to be in danger, know help is coming and wonder if it will get there in time. There is a horror in wondering if you will be the last one not to make it.
Governor don’t make us wait. The water is too high for too many people.
Act now. Launch the lifeboats.