Broken Promises


Obama: Broken promises on taxes and health care?

“If you are a family making less than $250,000 a year, your taxes will not go up.” (quote from President Obama, 2008)

“Promise broken: Obamacare raises 18 different taxes.”

“If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan.” (quote from Obama, 2009)

“Promise broken: Millions could lose their health care coverage and be forced into a government pool”

The Republican-aligned Crossroads GPS has scheduled a massive $25 million ad buy, starting with this hard-hitting ad that purports to list a bunch of “broken promises” by President Obama.

We are not going to quibble with some of these claims. The president, for instance, certainly has not met his pledge to cut the budget deficit in half. But we were interested in exploring more craefully the two health care-related items listed above.

The Facts

Obama’s promise not to raise taxes on families making less than $250,000 was one of his signature pledges of the 2008 campaign. It would exempt about 98 percent of Americans.

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4 thoughts on “Broken Promises

  1. “I will be a One Term President if I do not fix this economy within 3 years”! We can not agree more Mr. President. Either you can resign or not run again because if you do, you will be defeated. Move over Jimmy Carter, we have found your replacement for the worst of the worst Presidents and it is ………….YOU!

  2. This is expected from the liar in chief. Lies and more lies. Funny he has set the standard for lying. As Clinton set it for sex. Both wrong and soon to be gone.

  3. Question : “What is the difference between a campaign promise and a lie ” ?

    Answer : None – according to BHO .

  4. Obama said that problems cannot be fixed overnight; ( this is true about anything in DC ) it takes time, How impatient are you?

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