The Bad Faith President
By Mike Johnson
Say what you might about Jimmy Carter and the inept presidency, but at least Jimmy was acting in good faith.
President Obama is the personification of bad faith.
“[N]o president ever before has lied as frequently, as flagrantly or as foolishly as has Barack Obama” (Jack Kelly in Real Clear Politics). “[T]he president is coming across more and more as a trimmer, as an operator who’s not operating in good faith” (Peggy Noonan in the Wall Street Journal). “President Obama is too busy spewing falsehoods to support his ideological agenda than [sic] to take account of the facts” (Larry Kudlow in Real Clear Politics). These essayists are neither lightweights nor ideologically rigid right-wingers. Ms. Noonan was a recent supporter of Obama.
As citizens, we owe the office of the president respect and support, regardless of our individual feelings for the occupant of the office. In return, the occupant of the office of the president owes us a good-faith custodianship — a custodianship that we are being denied by President Obama. Let us explore Obama’s bad faith in three areas: energy policy and the economy, national defense and foreign policy, and personal freedom and liberty.
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