The Case Against Barack Obama The Unlikely Rise and Unexamined Agenda of the Media's Favorite Candidate (Hardcover)
|Author: David Freddoso|
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|ou Don't Know Barack Obama Until You Read This Book
Has any major candidate for president of the United States ever received less critical examination than Barack Obama? Who is this man, who was only elected to the U.S. Senate in 2004? How did someone with his meager record of accomplishment become the Democratic nominee for president? How did someone with the most liberal voting record in the U.S. Senate and long-standing relationships with a former terrorist, a racist minister, and the corrupt operators of Chicago Machine politics end up as a supposed beacon of a newer, cleaner, bipartisan politics? Investigative reporter David Freddoso has the answers. Doing the legwork that the mainstream media has neglected, applying a critical eye while the media swoons before the Obama-messiah, and posing the hard questions that Obama needs to answer, Freddoso reveals a politician as calculating as any other, a far-left Democrat who goes beyond "abortion rights" to supporting de facto infanticide, whose "new politics" amount to Chicago-style hardball overlain with lofty rhetoric, and who, from his positions of power, has helped his patrons. In The Case Against Barack Obama, you'll learn:
Sober, fair, and thoroughly researched-and all the more powerful and provocative because of it-The Case Against Barack Obama removes the halo from a man less qualified, and more radical, than the mainstream media has let you know.
From the Publisher:
An exposâe discusses how Obama's extreme liberal agenda, lack of political experience, and poor judgement in associates would harm the country in the event of his election.
Written during the 2008 presidential campaign, David Freddoso's THE CASE AGAINST BARACK OBAMA begins with the premise that the senator from Illinois is a curiously unknown entity to the American voter. Freddoso presents a mountain of material which he says exposes the real Barack Obama, beginning with the charge that there is a clear discrepancy with what Obama says and how he votes. Freddoso delves deeply into Obama's past, finding what he says are disturbing political connections in his Chicago years, as well as in his relationship with the controversial Rev. Wright. In Freddoso's view, the most disturbing charge of all is in his exposure of Barack Obama's liberal voting record.