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Obama won't even discuss his record

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As the election season continues, it is interesting to watch from the sidelines the desperation and dishonesty played out by the current president and his minions. Pundits, mainly from the progressive side, are advising the current president not to run on his record, but to avoid any focus on the economy and discredit and destroy his opponent.
Conservative pundits also say that the campaign will be a losing effort if the current president has to run on his record. In the meantime, the current president is attempting to distract and divide the American public while he diverts the issue of his past failing performances, which include most recently the questionable violations of the Constitution's separation of powers regarding his action on illegal immigration policies and his use of executive privilege.
His past record of violation of constitutional powers shows he is either totally uninformed of the separation of powers and states' rights, or he is intentionally violating the Constitution. This is from a person who taught Constitutional Law in college, you make the decision. The November election is a job interview. Who would hire a person who refused and deflected any discussion concerning his past work performance during a job interview and would only have derogatory comments concerning his competition for the job? Don't be flimflammed, wake up and use some common sense, this election is about your and your family's future.
Jim Tagart

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