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Barack Obama’s Rules for Revolution The Alinsky Model

Barack Obama’s Rules for Revolution The Alinsky Model

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“We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.” - Barack Obama, election eve, 2008

Barack Obama is an enigma. He won the 2008 presidential election claiming to be a moderate and wanting to bring Americans together and govern from the center. But since he took office, his actions have been far from moderate...

“We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.” - Barack Obama, election eve, 2008

Barack Obama is an enigma. He won the 2008 presidential election claiming to be a moderate and wanting to bring Americans together and govern from the center. But since he took office, his actions have been far from moderate...

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Published by: James Artre on Nov 18, 2012
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Copyright 2009David Horowitz Freedom Center PO Box 55089Sherman Oaks, CA 91423(800) 752-6562Elizabeth@horowitzfreedomcenter.orgwww.frontpagemag.comISBN: 1-886442-68-1Printed in the United States of America$3.00 each$1.00 each for orders of 25 or more
 
Barack Obama’sRules for RevolutionThe Alinsky Model
“We are five days away from fundamentallytransforming the United States of America.”
- Barack Obama, election eve, 2008
Barack Obama is an enigma. He won the 2008 presidential election claiming to be a moderate andwanting to bring Americans together and governfrom the center. But since he took office, his actionshave been far from moderate. He has apologized toforeign dictators abroad for sins he alleges his owncountry committed and appointed a self-describedcommunist (Van Jones) and an admirer of MaoZedong to top White House posts. He has used theeconomic crisis to take over whole industries and hasattempted to nationalize the health care system. In hisfirst nine months in office, these actions had alreadymade his presidency one of the most polarizing inhistory.

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