The Roots of Obama's Rage

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Regnery Publishing, Incorporated, An Eagle Publishing Company, Sep 27, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
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OC Stunning...the most profound insight I have read in the last six years about Barack Obama.OCO OCoNEWT GINGRICH

"The Roots of ObamaOCOs Rage" reveals Obama for who he really is: a man driven by the anti-colonial ideology of his father and the first American president to actually "seek" to reduce America's strength, influence, and standard of living. Controversial and compelling, "The Roots of ObamaOCOs Rage" is poised to be the one book that truly defines Obama and his presidency.

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For those not into documentary type book this would be a boring read. With that said, it is better written than Michael Moore's 911. It is more of an insight behind the actions of Mr Obama. Although I find Dinesh's America was better written than this one is is still a good read for being a documentary book.  

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Dinesh is so right. I came to this same conclusion a year ago. It is the only explanation that explains his fiendish, maniacal race to destroy the U.S. He came with this agenda already established in his psyche. It took very little time for him to figure out how to execute the plan when he was elected. Talk to people from the other side of the world. They'll confirm what Dinesh is talking about.  

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About the author (2010)

Dinesh D’Souza is the bestselling author of several books, including What’s So Great About America, What’s So Great About Christianity, and Life After Death: The Evidence. He is currently president of King’s College and has been a White House policy analyst, a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and a fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. D’Souza lives in New York with his wife Dixie and their daughter Danielle.

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