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  • fonemann fonemann Oct 11, 2012 1:51 PM Flag

    Obummer, the flipper. People take off the blinders.

    Obama flip-flops:

    ▪ Voted against increasing the debt limit; then supported raising it.
    ▪ Campaigned against the Bush tax cuts; then extended all of them.
    ▪ Promised to cut the deficit in half by the end of his first term; then proposed trillion dollar deficits.
    ▪ Vowed the unemployment rate would be below 8% if his stimulus was passed; but then it broke 10%.
    ▪ Promised shovel ready jobs; then admitted they weren’t shovel ready.
    ▪ Said if you like your health plan you can keep it; but then threw seniors off Medicare Plus and employers are now saying they’ll dump people onto the public exchange.
    ▪ Promised to have health care negotiations on live TV, but then reversed himself.
    ▪ Indicated Bush violated the Constitution; then carried out warrantless wiretaps, indefinite detentions, secret renditions, quadrupled drone attacks, and kept Guantanamo Bay open. Voted against the Patriot Act, but then supported its extension.
    ▪ Said lobbyists wouldn’t work in the White House; then gave them waivers to work there.
    ▪ Vowed to take public financing for his 2008 campaign; then refused public financing when he realized he would receive more money without it.

    For fiscal conservatives the BIG one is your guy:

    ▪ Called it unpatriotic to pile up so much debt, borrowing from the Chinese and saddling our kids with a financial legacy which will last generations.

    And then he added $5,000,000,000,000 to the debt in a single term.
    What did we get for what we spent?
    GDP at 1.3%.

    Obama didn't work.
    Let's change.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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