Many U.S. presidents since Theodore Roosevelt have bestowed our nation with national monuments and national parks that American citizens and tourists from around the world have came to visit on an annual basis for decades. They range from Yosemite National Park to Yellowstone National Park to Mount Rushmore. Furthermore, these sanctuaries provide a home for many wildlife species such as the American bison and exotic life forms like the hardy bacteria known as extremophiles. Nonetheless, just the sheer beauty of seeing millions of colorful trees swaying in the breeze is enough to make a tough man break out in tears. These enclosures are a wonderful example of what nature has to offer to mankind. Therefore, I was wondering, since past presidents have designated these sites to a nationally and internationally recognized platform, if President Obama will provide our country with another protected wildlife preserve before his first term expires in January 2013?
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