(AP) - Unlike four years ago, President Barack Obama's campaign speeches focus less on new promises and more on pledges he says he's kept. Here's a look at how his promises have held up:
_Sign legislation to remake the nation's health care system and extend coverage to tens of millions of uninsured Americans.
_Kill Osama bin Laden.
_End the ban on gays serving openly in the military.
_Stop the use of torture on terror suspects
_Overhaul rules governing the financial sector and establish a consumer protection bureau
_Withdraw U.S. combat troops from Iraq
_Get a dog for Sasha and Malia
PROMISES UNMET OR BROKEN
_Accepts money from independent super PACs after criticizing the Supreme Court decision that opened the gates.
_Silent on issue of gun violence after calling for "sound and effective steps" to keep guns away from criminals after Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was shot.
_Failed to get new immigration policy through divided Congress despite pledge to make overhaul a top priority.
_Kept open the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, despite pledge to close it.
_Unable to deliver on cap-and-trade system to control gases that contribute to global warming, even when he had Democratic majorities in Congress.
_Failed to end Bush tax cuts for couples earning over $250,000 a year.
_Failed to repeal prohibition on Medicare negotiating directly with drug companies over prices for Medicare recipients.
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