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List of Obama's broken promisis aslong as your arms & legs

To The Daily Sun,
I keep reading the many letters written by those who support Obama and his leftist progressive agenda, though it seems like I'm a moth attracted to a flame sometimes. Someone said, "To ignore the facts doesn't change the facts", but most of the left have their heads stuck firmly in the sand. Even when facts are presented to them they ignore them, choosing rather to attack the messenger or deny the facts exist. Take for instance when, I believe it was Bob Meade, wrote recently that 80 percent of those opposed to civil rights legislation in the '60s were Democrats (a fact check-able on Wikapedia), he was immediately accosted by the left, here in this paper. With heads stuck deeply in political mud they denied the truth of the statement, going on to attack Bob's veracity. Easier then checking the facts I guess.
Some other facts the left doesn't care to address. 1) The fact that Obama promised the American people that an investigation into the "fast and furious" gun running scheme would be conducted. Anyone heard yet who authorized and ran this? Anyone being held responsible yet? 2) Obama promised an investigation into the Benghazi attack and those responsible would be brought to justice. Anyone heard anything about this sense Hillary said "What does it really matter"? Those responsible are still openly walking around Libya free and clear. 3) Has anyone heard of anyone being held accountable for the IRS scandal? At the hearings Obama's people didn't know, couldn't remember or took the 5th.
The list of broken Obama promises are as long as both of your arms and legs combined. Close behind are his list of broken laws and unconstitutional acts. Just the other day he decided, Congress be damned, he would change provisions of Affordable Care Act which Congress passed and he signed into law. Rule by edict and presidential command. How far off can a dictatorship be?
Steve Earle
Hill
 
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