Had more than enough hope, change

VANE, Robert
June 2013
Indianapolis Business Journal;6/3/2013 Supplement, p14B
The article presents the author's criticism against the U.S. President Barack Obama administration. He mentions the backlash against the targeting of conservative groups by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the targeting of reporters by the Department of Justice, and the permitting of embassy personnel in Benghazi to become targets. He thinks that the administration's slogan must be changed after almost five years in office.


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