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Can Obama Be Re-Elected on Broken Promises?

Gary634 Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 11:49 AM
In order to answer this question, we'll have to review how Bill Clinton spent much of his campaign, mocking that "Read My Lips," speech. Also, considering that Billy-Bob raised taxes, within weeks of taking over the Oval Office (not to mention the lying, the stained dress, etc.) you'll see Americans seem to thrive on a double standard. Just like the rest of the world, where nobody thinks anything of the female POW, from the first Gulf War, who reported to having, repeatedly, been raped by her captors -- and the world's community said absolutely NOTHING. However, when those Afghan POWs were photographed, though no sexual involvement was noted, the entire world not only wanted those American soldiers burned at the stake, but also the entire
Gary634 Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 11:57 AM
American Army reprimanded.
Not only that, every country's opinion of America took a nosedive.

So, in order to answer your question, Mr. Norris, I think Obama can be re-elected (not that I would ever vote for him, mind you) because America will never again be a righteous state.

Not only that, I have a Jewish friend, who sings the praises of Barrack Obama and flat out refuses to believe he all but order Jerusalem be split, giving half to Palestine. The woman, seemingly, missed the news and, therefore, accuses me of only reading (you'll have to understand, I am totally Deaf, therefore, I don't "hear" the news).

That's another point....An ultra-Left, former neighbor of mine, still demands the General Election of 2000 was...
Do you remember when President George H.W. Bush made the promise not to raise taxes ("Read my lips: No new taxes") but unfortunately was talked into raising taxes and it cost him in his bid for a second term?

If President Bush No. 41 could lose a re-election by breaking one promise, how can President Barack Obama win a second term when he has broken a truckload of promises?

Consider only his multiple campaign promises to raise taxes. A few years ago, The Washington Examiner gave a selective list of more than a dozen instances when Obama promised to roll back President George...