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President Obama’s legacy of broken promises - The Galveston County Daily News: Letters To Editor

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President Obama’s legacy of broken promises

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Posted: Monday, June 16, 2014 12:00 am

In a guest column published June 11, Anna Wygrys of Santa Fe defended the prisoner exchanged that freed Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.

President Barack Obama’s fine legacy is an insult to our intelligence, and Anna Wygrys’ assumptions are incorrect (“Obama’s fine legacy already has been written,” Daily News, June 11).

The Taliban are not a country, and these aren’t prisoners of war, but terrorists who are not protected by the Geneva Convention.

The act of negotiating with terrorist and failure to inform congress in advance is illegal.

No one is trying to make President Obama fail, as he is doing a good job all by himself with the Health Care Act, lies, broken promises and the use of a federal agency to punish conservatives in continued opposition to the protections promised under our constitution.

I work in an industry that uses websites, software and computer technology to deliver its products and services.

I continue to be amazed at the lack of competence, massive overspending and the failure of the health care website.

We could have provided an efficient solution for several million dollars and not billions.

This administration promised a transparent government, but has produced secrecy, cronyism and an uncompromising liberal agenda.

Failure in every endeavor will be the legacy from health care, Benghazi, czars, the IRS, the Veteran’s Administration, Fast and Furious and the distressing disaster on our Texas-Mexico border as we read today’s newspaper.

Legacy indeed, good luck.