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The Brief Against Obama The Rise, Fall and Epic Fail of The Hope and Change Presidency by Hugh Hewitt

The Brief Against Obama The Rise, Fall and Epic Fail of The Hope and Change Presidency


The Brief Against Obama The Rise, Fall and Epic Fail of The Hope and Change Presidency by Hugh Hewitt

In late April of 2011, nationally syndicated talk show host, law professor and New York Times bestselling author Hugh Hewitt asked his radio audience for their reasons why they wouldn't vote for President Obama's re-election. A tidal wave of answers flowed in, and Hewitt quickly started The Obama Project to catalogue and rank the answers. THE BRIEF AGAINST OBAMA is the top 50 reasons to vote against the president, short essays that dive into the many accounts of why our current leader is unfit for reelection. Topics include:1. Obamacare 2. The failed $850 billion stimulus 3. High, persistent unemployment 4. Gas prices 5. The 2012 budget's fecklessness 6. Massive deficits each and every year 12. The Libyan Fiasco 16. The President's push for cap and tax in the Congress ...and the list goes on.This book is the perfect primer for any anti-Obama voter seeking to sharpen their arguments or to give to the undecided in their lives, as the crucial election approaches.


Hugh Hewitt has done what the mainstream media has left undone. The media has dwelled on Barack Obama's style, his rhetoric, and his claims. Hewitt has concentrated on the facts---and only the facts---of Obama's presidency, set them against his promises, and judged Obama to have failed spectacularly. Obama is the Peter Principle President, in above his head. ---Fred Barnes, executive editor, The Weekly Standard, and Fox News commentator THE BRIEF AGAINST OBAMA makes the case for sending Obama back to Chicago, and does so with lawyerly precision and broadcaster passion. Read it. Learn it. Pass it on. And work, every day, to stop the president's assault on our Constitution. ---Mark Levin, bestselling author of Ameritopia: The Unmaking of America


About the Author

Professor Hugh Hewitt is a lawyer, law professor and broadcast journalist whose nationally syndicated radio show is heard in more than 120 cities across the United States every weekday afternoon. Professor Hewitt is a graduate of Harvard College and the University of Michigan Law School, and has been teaching Constitutional Law at Chapman University Law School since it opened in 1995.

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Publication date

10th June 2012


Hugh Hewitt

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Center Street an imprint of Little, Brown & Company


128 pages


Political science & theory



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