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Friday, November 15, 2013

‘Obama’s March to War’ -- New ad casts doubt on Obama’s promise to stop Iran -- By Adam Kredo, The Washington Free Beacon

A new advertisement set to hit the airwaves this week uses President Barack Obama’s own words in order to cast doubt on his multiple promises to stop Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon.

Created by the Emergency Committee for Israel (ECI), a pro-Israel group known to ruffle feathers in liberal circles, the ad rehashes several broken promises Obama has made in the past weeks.

ECI maintains that Obama’s broken promises on the issues of healthcare, Syria, and Israel leave little doubt that his assurances on Iran are not to be trusted.

The advertisement will air “multiple times this week and next” week on news channels CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News, according to ECI, which said in a statement that “the spot shows why Americans and our allies have reason to doubt President Obama’s promises on Iran.”

The ad opens with Obama promising Americans that they can keep their own health insurance plans under the president’s signature Affordable Care Act.

Obama is then shown apologizing for that claim, which turned out to be false. (Click link below to read more)
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