I'm of "Presidents should do what they promise" decent.
So you're gullible?
Are you gullible if literally every promise made by a President is not held to after election? Because every President breaks many promises. I expected Obama to do so as well, and to Gbaji--I did vote for him first time, Jill Stein next time. I'm your ally only in wanting a well-written, smart, good-arguing conservative to speak up, in this morass of faux liberal posters. Mostly didn't vote for him due to breaking promises. My general stance is anti-incumbent, and progressive liberal. "second-chance" after a terrible first term makes no sense to me. Such a first-term President has PROVEN to suck, so why vote for him again? Why not give an opponent, even a :gasp: republican to prove to suck. All you voters who ignore BS and just vote on party lines are enablers. I voted for Dole btw for such reasons, because Clinton failed to deliver first term. He did much better second, and so has Obama, but still not a reason to reward an abysmal first term.
"Videotape proves Obama just raped and murdered a child! And he just dropped nuclear bombs on Cuba, killing everyone there!!
dumb voter: "Still, at least he's not a Republican! Think of how many SCOTUS members are about to die! That's more important!
"Hillary approved all of that and fashioned it! She also raped and murdered many babies! Bernie Sanders, I say I say is not electable! Let's now get behind Hilary
I don't think such a scenario is too bizarre that idiot voters would still vote now for Hillary, or formerly for Obama. Partisans or weird people who think SCOTUS has magical powers or whatever.
Have you ever voted for a President who promised something while campaigning, then didn't deliver? If not, you're lying. If so, then the only cause you have to criticize me on this is just which promise was broken*. Your facile "gullible" charge is weak. Especially since any ethical person should indeed object to any and all campaign promises by any and all candidates that are later abandoned. It's expected, it will happen, yet still criticism of such is necessary, and valid. Hold their fires to the hot coals or to the lazy stirring of the hot gumbo pot. Where I live and wait.
*Acknowledging the Armenian Genocide as a Genocide. Duh, except apparently for US Presidents. An obvious 100 year-old thing that happened not called such because...Turkey is such a great ally. Laugh my *** off. Pathetic piece of Presidency and balls.