Did Obama Just Have A “Read My Lips” Moment?


Easy answer? Yes…


We’re all familiar with this clip of George H W Bush in 1988:

It’s dangerous to make absolute statements like that in politics and it’s absolutely foolish for a Republican POTUS to make these bold statements when he had a Democrat controlled House and Senate to ‘work’ with for the next 4 years.

As we all know, in 1990 Bush had to compromise with the House and Senate and raise existing taxes. True, this compromise didn’t result in ‘new’ taxes but we all knew what Bush meant and the MSM had a field day with that 1988 clip. After that debacle, Bush didn’t have a chance in the 1992 Presidential election.

Fast forward to today – Did Obama just have his own “Read My Lips” moment?

From NPR:

“As your commander in chief, I will not commit you and the rest of our armed forces to fighting another ground…

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4 responses to “Did Obama Just Have A “Read My Lips” Moment?

  1. The situation is similar, but the people are not. Think about what it means if you vote for Democrats. The difference between Obama and Bush 1 is that Obama knows he lies and many of the people who vote for him expect him to lie. What honest Democrat is there these days that a Democrat could vote for?

  2. Oh yes, great point. Bush said that once, but Obama has said it on a loop.
    He probably has it on his voice mail.

  3. I wish he would have said “ever, ever, ever !!!!” (which he meant) So then the WH would have to define “ever”. That would be good.

  4. A hopeless quagmire. This time we all know, including Obama himself, that the whole thing is B.S.

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