David Limbaugh, who is well known as a lawyer, author, speaker, and commentator on national affairs, has written a new book called Crimes Against Liberty: An Indictment of President Barack Obama. Already, Obama's presidency has proven to be destructive, according to attorney Limbaugh. He organizes his allegations into three primary themes: offenses against Americans, offenses against American institutions, and offenses against America's general welfare and security.
Part I of the book paints a disturbing portrait of the President as a prevaricating, narcissistic bully who regularly runs roughshod over anyone who disagrees with him. Limbaugh describes Obama's two dozen broken promises and lies.
Part II cites numerous examples of Obama acting as a "dictator" by making end runs around legislative rules and constitutional checks on presidential power. This section also details the President's unprecedented assault on the financial, healthcare, banking, insurance and auto industries.
Part III outlines Obama's reckless spending policies and his pattern of insulting and betraying American allies while kowtowing to our enemies. The chapter "See No Evil" recounts the president's naïve approach to national security. His treaties obliging America to unilaterally reduce our defense capabilities and his refusal to acknowledge the connection between Islam and terrorism are of particular concern.
Limbaugh's book's greatest contribution is collecting and organizing the episodes that constitute Obama's record. The sheer volume of disingenuous statements and acts of bad faith assembled here prove these are not isolated "mistakes," but an intentional pattern of behavior, documented in 100 pages of footnotes. The name of David Limbaugh's book is Crimes Against Liberty.
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