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Governor Palin: ‘Reality checks can be heartbreaking’

Via Facebook:

"Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn." – John Maxwell

Darn it, reality checks can be heartbreaking. But I’m glad more eyes are open today. Everyday hardworking Americans who voted for and believed in President Obama’s impossible promises now suffer very real and harsh consequences. Watch this ad from Americans for Prosperity and please share this dose of reality. We won’t hear it from our President or the media:



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  • cbenoistd

    But … but … AFP! The Koch Brothers!

  • Laddie_Blah_Blah

    No one can say that the guv did not try to warn them. She knew what the Empty Suit was way before almost anyone else, and said so.

  • 1776er

    President Obama to his cabinet the day after the midnight Christmas Eve sneak attack on the American People that enacted Obamacare without a single Republican vote:

    " I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve."

  • imo123

    Obama did more than breaking a promise(s), he lied because he knew we couldn’t keep our healthcare plan when he repeatedly made the "so-called" promise.

    Obamacare has made things so much worse for millions of struggling Americans, me included. Thought my family was okay because we all had healthcare and the Prez told us we could keep it. Oops, no not really and it going to cost our family of $3,000 more not the "promised" $2,500 less.

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