RNC e-cards offer Obama New Year’s resolutions: less golf, more Benghazi accountability

President Obama is taking a hit for having played an estimated 155 rounds of golf while in office.

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President Obama is taking a hit for having played an estimated 155 rounds of golf while in office.

Republicans are poking fun at POTUS ahead of the new year with a series of resolutions for 2014 that President Obama should consider, including curbing his time on the golf course and holding Hillary Clinton’s feet to the fire on Benghazi.

The Republican National Committee designed six e-cards of mock presidential resolutions, posting aspirational messages alongside ironic images of Obama.

“I resolve to spend less time on the golf course,” Republicans captioned a snap of the President putting on the green while dressed to the nines in a suit and tie. Obama has played an estimated 155 rounds of golf since he assumed office in January 2009, which has not gone unnoticed by his opponents.

Another image with Clinton gently patting Obama on the back comes with a joke that he could “resolve to hold myself and Hillary accountable for Benghazi.”

Republicans can send the cards over email and social media.

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Republicans can send the cards over email and social media.

The President is captured getting chummy with Vice President Joe Biden in another picture, which was captioned, “I resolve to pretend like I’m listening to Biden at our weekly lunches.”

GOP fans can send the images out over email and social media as part of an effort to “help Obama start 2014 on the right foot” and raise money for the RNC.

“Let’s make 2014 an even more memorable year for Barack Obama by taking back the Senate, maintaining our House Majority and getting more GOP governors elected. That’s a resolution we all can keep,” RNC press secretary Kirsten Kukowski tells supporters in an email.

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