Obama's Lawbreaking and Corruption

The following is a list of 1,375 well sourced examples of Barack Obama's lies, lawbreaking, corruption, cronyism, hypocrisy, waste, etc.

  1. Carried out military interventionism in Libya without Congressional approval.
  2. Gave a no-bid contract to Halliburton cronies -- just like Bush did.
  3. Has an administration full of lobbyists, after promising he wouldn't have any.
  4. Had close ties to Wall St., but pretended to support Occupy Wall St..
  5. Broke his promise to close Guantanamo Bay.
  6. Supported the $700 billion TARP corporate-welfare bailout just like Bush.
  7. Waged the biggest war against medical marijuana of any president, which was the opposite of what he had promised.
  8. Nominated a six-time tax cheater to head the government agency that enforces the tax laws.
  9. Gave tax dollars to AIG executives, then pretended to be outraged about it.
  10. Expanded Bush's unconstitutional government faith based programs.
  11. Supported Bush's unconstitutional Patriot Act.
  12. Increased the national debt more in one term than Bush did in two.
  13. Agrees with Bush's support of unconstitutional, indefinite detention of U.S. citizens without filing any charges.
  14. Agrees with Bush's support of unconstitutional, warrantless wiretapping.
  15. Avoided prosecution of Wall. St criminals.
  16. Had four U.S. citizens killed without judicial process.
  17. Ordered private company to fire 1,000 employees.
  18. Stole money from retired teachers and police officers.

These examples prove that Obama was far from the ideal president he claimed to be. From his lies and lawbreaking to his cronyism and hypocrisy, Obama's actions have caused significant harm to the country. It is important to hold leaders accountable for their actions and to demand transparency and justice.

Let's work together to create a better future where leaders are accountable and honest, and where corruption is eradicated. Please share this information with others to raise awareness about Obama's actions and their consequences.

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