Barack Obama’s latest tactic on the campaign trail, since he can’t talk about his record, is to say that voters can believe that he, presumably unlike Mitt Romney, means what he says and says what he means, that this election is about trust.
So how about his words, on multiple occasions, on the single most expensive, most intrusive, most unpopular piece of legislation in generations in which the government imposed a health insurance mandate on individual Americans?
Really, Mr. President, if you didn’t mean what you said on something as big as this, why should anybody trust anything else you have to say?
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