Don't 'lie to the America people': The GOP wish list of President Obama’s New Year’s resolutions

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A little something for January? The Republican National Committee has conjured up a wish list of President Obama’s goals for 2014 - all conveniently included in free e-cards for GOPers who want to share the sentiments with family and friends. And maybe a few foes, perhaps.

The resolutions include:

“I resolve not to lie to the American people.”

“I resolve to hold myself and Hillary accountable for Benghazi.”

“I resolve to pretend like I’m listening to Biden at our weekly lunches.”

“I resolve to admit you won’t be able to keep your plan or your doctor.”

“I resolve to spend less time on the golf course.”

“I resolve to help HealthCare.gov lose the wait.”

See the resolutions and cards here

“2013 was a terrible year for President Obama,” observes RNC chairman Reince Priebus. “His poll numbers are the worst of his presidency, and his signature legislation is having a devastating impact on millions of families. He’s been awarded ‘Lie of the Year,’ and a majority of the American public sees him as dishonest and untrustworthy.”

Mr. Preibus adds, “So I’m sure President Obama has many resolutions for 2014, but he can’t change the fact that Democrats’ agenda is wrong for the nation. The American people, however, can send House and Senate Democrats packing next November, and that’s a resolution they can keep.”

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