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The third year of the Obama presidency drawing to a close and time to take stock of promises made by the administration and promises kept.
The White House said that it would tackle many issues in 2011.
But a whole bunch of items on the to do list they remain unchecked.
Doug Luzader is -- With the president he joins us now live from Honolulu is so -- how does the administration check was coming along.
Have a good morning well you know we'll hear more in coming days about what the White House plans for 2012 but looking back on when he eleven you -- kind of a mixed bag some.
-- success -- some failures and some works in progress let's start off talking.
A first about gun control something the president has spoken about before just back in July for instance White House spokesman Jay Carney said we would see something on that.
In the near future.
It's still far though nothing.
The next issue immigration reform again something the president has talked about something we'll hear more about heading into when he twelve with the White House tries to court.
Hispanic voters back earlier this year the president told Univision that he would put something -- I'm going to go out there again and I'm gonna introduce.
Legislation that action if you won't well the break and as I said do you before the problem is I've got to rule in the senate -- that I need sixty votes.
So the challenge for another 53 votes.
That are Democrat.
And I made a -- to get the majority of -- Every single Democrat but I can get the vast majority of Democrats I need some help.
From the Republicans.
It's still though a lot of work to do now the White House will appoint some successes of course for 2011 -- ending Don't Ask Don't Tell for the military.
Pulling US troops out of Iraq and of course -- killing Osama -- lot of.
And sending out the president spoke about time and time again Green -- we all heard about that how does the record looks so far.
I'm on that front.
-- I think the White House would tell you that they've had some success certainly not the pace they expected.
At one point the president talked about decorating five million jobs are so in this Green energy sector -- -- it's comfortably nailed down the numbers.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics -- still trying to figure out exactly how many Green jobs there are out there.
We're going to hear more about that next year when they release that number the other thing we're probably going to hear a lot more about next year.
Is still -- -- via solar energy company that went bankrupt taking with that that millions of US taxpayer dollars.
You know that's something that is it is really going to be a tool used by Republicans to hammer the president.
And when he twelve just days away if you can believe it thank you -- -- joining us Doug Luzader live in Honolulu where it is beautiful.
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