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Divider-in-Chief

The Fraud of Hope and Change

By Kate Obenshain
Narrated by Nicole Vilencia / 8 hours 6 minutes

When Barack Obama ran on a platform of "hope and change" four years ago, he promised to unite the country. But as Kate Obenshain reveals in Divider-in-Chief, Obama has done exactly the opposite. Rather than seeking commonsense, pro-American solutions, he has pursued far-left policies, a radical leftist agenda, and an attitude that's both condescending and dismissive of Main Street America. As a result, America has become a nation of even greater polarization and disillusionment. In Divider-in-Chief, Obenshain exposes how Obama pushed for the HHS mandate, forcing people of faith to violate their conscience; how Obama has condoned the actions of Occupy Wall Street, saying, "You are the reason I ran for office," while he vilifies free markets and businessmen across America; how Obama seizes on opportunities to highlight racial discord and then accuses any critic of being "a racist"; and that, although Obama ran as a champion for the downtrodden, the unemployment rate is disproportionately high among minorities and women Obenshain paints a picture of a president who promotes class warfare, aggravating racial, gender, and economic differences in order to advance his ideological agenda. Searing and controversial, Divider-in-Chief makes the case that we must defeat Barack Obama before he tears our nation apart.

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Author
Narrator Nicole Vilencia
ISBN 9781481593380
Length 8 hours 6 minutes
Language English
Publisher Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Publication Date
Edition Unabridged
Libro.fm Rank #109,881 Overall
Genre Rank #3,014 in Politics & Economy
 

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