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Collect Them All! Congressman Tweets Out New Obama Failure Every Half Hour…

"Will continue for as long as it takes to compile comprehensive list."
 

In what promises to be a herculean task, Arizona Rep. Trent Franks is turning his Twitter profile into a repository for an exhaustive list of Barack Obama’s failures. As of Friday afternoon, he continues to post a new failure every 30 minutes — with the requisite breaks for sleep.
 

It all started Wednesday with a critique of Obama’s declaration that the Iraqi war is over.
 
Some of the failures Franks mentioned are related to the Obama administration’s most notable scandals.
 
Others pertain to his excessive use — or misuse — of executive power.



Franks brings up fiscal fiascoes…

…international incidents…



…questionable quotes…

…border bombshells…





…and ObamaCare overreaches…



As of this writing, he had amassed 74 #ObamaFailures. Follow Franks on Twitter to check out the entire list.

Read more at http://www.westernjournalism.com/collect-congressman-tweets-new-obama-failure-every-half-hour/#BsfKpDfJ69HWEyzG.99
Read more at http://www.westernjournalism.com/collect-congressman-tweets-new-obama-failure-every-half-hour/#BsfKpDfJ69HWEyzG.99
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