No lobbyists in the White House, close Gitmo, a “post-racial” America, cut the deficit in half, you can keep your healthcare plan if you like it, win the war in Afghanistan, are just a few of Obama’s slew of broken promises.

Via National Review:

It’s a lot easier to run a slashing, negative campaign when you’re completely, totally, unbelievably oblivious to your own faults:

The Obama campaign is opening a new front in its war against GOP rival Mitt Romney, ABC News has learned, with planned attacks to begin this week on Romney’s record as governor of Massachusetts and the campaign promises Democrats say he left unfulfilled.

Team Obama will point to Romney’s rhetoric on job creation, size of government, education, deficits and taxes during the 2002 gubernatorial campaign and draw parallels with his presidential stump speeches of 2012. The goal is to illustrate that Romney has made the same promises before with unimpressive results, officials say.

Ah, charges of unfulfilled promises from President Barack “If I don’t have this done in three years, then this is going to be a one-term proposition” Obama, the man who pledged who cut the deficit in half in his first term, the man who criticized Hillary Clinton’s proposal for a mandate requiring Americans to purchase health insurance, is going to hit his opponent on broken promises.

Keep reading…

0 Shares