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February 08, 2012

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There's a price to pay for reversing yourself on key elements of your platform. Bush 1 paid the price for read my lips, and although the price will be less than Bush's, he, at the very least deserved to be called out on his reversal. I know, I know this is more Obama bashing from your perspective but to me it's a reality that everyone faces when they commit to something and latter discover they over played their hand.

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