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Mildly interesting.

Only thing is, promises kept or not, someone who disagrees with his policies will be unhappy if homeboy comes through. There is no 'kudos' for keepingpromises if someone thinks they are terribly ideas from the start.Present company included.

For example, someone giving someone props for "promising to kill all the homeless".....Dude isn't a liar, but he was still wrong.

That said, policy is sometimes a grey area. I'm not sure how they're ranking promises as legit.Is it when a bill is enacted by a senator ? Is it whenhe vetoes something he disagreed with? There are too many opportunities for something to pass/get shot down after it's out of his hands for something to be100% his doing. It's too early to judge someone on present policy.
 
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