Any which way, we can’t trust him

How can anyone forget a moment of truth, showing who is President Obama? During the 2012 Nuclear Security Summit in Seoul, President Obama was caught in a room with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, believing there were no microphones. He discussed our European missile defense system with the Russian president.

President Obama told Medvedev that incoming Russian President Vladimir Putin needed to wait until after Obama was elected to his second term, so that he could give Putin a better deal on the missile defense system in Europe to protect Israel and the USA from Iran or anyone else who might attack with missiles.

I will not trust such a man, who tries to make back-room deals with the Russians. President Obama shows fear of Russia and contempt for Americans and Israel.

Also, how can you trust President Obama, who pushes a health-care bill passes in Congress in two days before anyone can read the bill? The Obamacare health bill now has become a new tax bill, per the Supreme Court decision. How can anyone trust a President Obama who doubles a $9 trillion national debt to $18 trillion in just four years? Of course President Obama waives cetain sections of Obamacare for labor unions, corporations and special interests.

Finally, who can you trust President Obama who has never passed a federal budget in four years? President Obama is a tax-and-spend liberal who makes secret deals with Russians he fears. I will never trust or vote for President Obama.

Harlan Ferry

Lynnwood

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