How many dozens of times did we hear the president say he would not raise taxes on anyone making less than $250,000 per year?
How many times did he insist the mandate in Obamacare had no tax with it?
Then he sends his lawyers to court to argue that the penalty is actually a tax.
That is what the court found. It’s a tax. He knew this.
Last fall he said he could not act by himself to do anything about immigration reform because he did not have the authority.
His usurpation of authority to grant amnesty to those under 30 years old is in direct conflict with his statements.
First he’s against same sex marriage, then tells the Justice Department not to enforce the Defense of Marriage Act. Then he’s for same sex marriage.
When he took over Chrysler and GM, he violated the law and took money from secured creditors to give more to his union comrades and denied it.
He had the Department of Justice dismiss a case that had already been won against the new Black Panthers for voter intimidation. So much for equal justice under the law and vows to unite us.
He pressured Solyndra to delay layoffs until after the 2010 elections, costing us an extra $40 million, and denied it.
Voters should have seen this coming four years ago when he violated his pledge to campaign within the limits of public funding rules.
By now everyone should know; disregard what he says and watch what he does. And he bears a lot of watching.