‘Change’ promise kept |

‘Change’ promise kept

When Barack Obama campaigned for president, he promised to bring change to our country. I have to congratulate him.

Unlike most politicians who rarely follow through with campaign promises, President Obama has delivered on his promise to bring change to our nation.

Space does not allow me to acknowledge everything, but I would like to mention a few examples. We now have ISIS terrorists breathing down our necks; a downsized military; constant attacks on our energy industries; elimination of good-paying jobs; a new health-care system that nobody, including doctors, can figure out; incompetent people running every aspect and every level of our government; a jaw-dropping lack of concern for the safety and protection of the American people; and Ebola nipping at our heels.

No wonder the previous administration was so hated and criticized daily by the mainstream media. We didn’t have all of these necessary changes under it. Now we do.

Darlene Walter

South Park

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