(Attorney General Eric Holder said Congress should "give serious consideration" to changing Miranda rights to give police "necessary flexibility" in dealing with terrorists.)
(Actually the Obama administration's no-bid contract went to KBR, which is the former Halliburton subsidiary that obtained no-bid defense contracts under Presidents Clinton and Bush.)
I realize that presidents are never quite the same man that the presidential candidate was.
This is good. Running for the Oval Office is 180 degrees different from running the Oval Office.
I fully expected Obama to break campaign promises, and I hoped he would break them all.
We cannot afford a nuclear-free world or health-care insurance reform or this continuing string of bailouts of failures.
It is not that Obama has broken so many promises. He has not broken enough.
His pursuit of cap-and-trade taxes at a time when the economy is in the toilet is ridiculous.
What makes it ludicrous is that it comes at a time when the public is finally learning of the many, many lies in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report, which won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007.
In short, we are going to upend the nation's economy based on lies about the weather.
But there is one broken Obama promise I really wish he would reconsider. He promised to be post-partisan.
He has been mostly partisan.
That is a mistake he will regret. And it is the one mistake he still has time to correct.
Of all I was warned about in voting for McCain, predictions of bitter partisanship were not on the list.