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Was This the Hope and Change America Voted For?

Socialized healthcare?
A foreign policy of abasement to our enemies—and hostility to our friends?
Bailouts upon bailouts?
“Stimulus spending” that’s really pork-barrel spending on steroids?

American voters might have been naïve when they went to the polls in 2008, but New York Times bestselling author David Limbaugh wasn’t. He warned voters of what would be in store. Now he’s back with more than a warning. A practicing lawyer, he has compiled the most comprehensive and devastating indictment of what is turning out to be the most destructive presidency in American history.

Limbaugh charges that this presidency is ambitiously unraveling the Constitution, actively rooting out American traditions and values, and most of all, committing crimes against American liberty. In Limbaugh’s brilliant new book, he documents:

Obama’s offenses against the rule of law (including the administration’s blatant pursuit of race-based justice) Violations of the public trust (including Obama’s Chicago-style bully boy tactics to protect and advance the administration’s cronies) Abuses against the private sector (including how the Obama administration is removing any limits to federal power) Crimes against good governance (including Obama’s mania for secrecy after getting elected on promises of transparency) Betrayals of the national interest (including the administration’s gagging of honest discussion of the threat of radical Islam) And much, much more

If there was ever a must read—this is it. Crimes Against Liberty is a stunning tour de force—a detailed indictment against a president who is pursuing an agenda at odds with the Constitution and that is even more radical than most people realize.

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review by . November 09, 2010
Sometimes, I find it difficult to review timely political books. It's not because I may find the subject matter objectionable in any way; rather, it's because most often the book involves either a sitting politician whose effectiveness is still being shaped or a currently popular political ideology that may not endure beyond the next election. In either case, I try to stick with reviewing the merits of the author's main premise while ignoring some of the lesser foibles along the way.    With …
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