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Obama promises. See a pattern?

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Obama promises. See a pattern?

I can remember with regret the Obama promises that his administration would run with complete transparency.


The debate on the health care bill would be carried live on MSNBC. Did I miss that?

It was passed in one day. Does anyone believe every person who voted yes on that bill actually read it in its entirety?

Am I the only person in America who does not know where he went to college or has not seen his boards?

I will not pass a bill until it has been shown on the Internet for four days. Must have missed that, too.

I will close Guantanamo immediately.

I will divulge the names of anyone meeting in closed session. Again?

Now I see Durbin and his henchmen follow Obama over the cliff like a bunch of lemmings, no thought at all.

Does anyone know how many millions the Obamas billed the taxpayers for their trip to Africa?

More transparency.

Anyone see a pattern here?

Charles Brown


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