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Fool Me Twice: Obama's Shocking Plans for the Next Four Years Exposedby Aaron Klein
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In Fool Me Twice, investigative journalists and New York Times bestselling authors Aaron Klein and Brenda J. Elliott reveal the detailed blueprints for President Obama's second term in office.
Just as Obama concealed the true plans for his initial term behind rhetoric of ending partisan differences and cutting the Federal deficit, Obama's re-election theme of creating jobs conceals more than it reveals about his real agenda for a second term - the progressive program to complete the fundamental transformation of America during the next four years.
This book is filled with stunning revelations, including second-term plans for a
New Deal-style overhaul of the economy replete with the creation of a National Infrastructure Development Bank to oversee government control of the financial system; a massive, government-run jobs program to coincide with paycheck fairness; full amnesty for illegal aliens; de-funding of the U.S. military while channeling Pentagon money to clean energy initiatives; a new, multi-billion dollar green stimulus; and implementing Obamacare in measures nearly impossible to reverse. And that is just the start.
Fool Me Twice is based on exhaustive research into the coming plans and presidential policies as well as the specific second term recommendations of the major progressive groups behind Barack Obama and the Democratic leadership - the organizations that help to craft the legislation and set the political and rhetorical agenda for the president and his allies.
While many have general concerns about Obama's second-term ambitions, Fool Me Twice lays bare the devastating details of a second Obama presidency. If he wins re-election in 2012, the America of equal opportunity for all, Constitutionally-limited government, economic freedom and personal liberty will be but a distant memory.
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