2010: Take Back America
- A Battle Plan
- Narrated by: Pete Larkin
- Length: 10 hrs and 6 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 04-13-10
- Language: English
- Publisher: HarperAudio
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The stakes: We face permanently high unemployment, socialized medicine, rampant inflation, perpetual debt slavery, and a European-style government-run economy.
The targets: Thirteen Senate seats and 54 House races will determine control of Congress.
The strategy: Make Obama the issue. Attack his policies at their weakest points. Nationalize the campaign. Stay on the offensive.
Your campaign: Politics is no longer a spectator sport. 2010: Take Back America is the training manual you need to win.
In 2010, you are the campaign. America is the battleground. And we must prevail.
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By Wally s on 05-30-10
Reading the previous review, I couldn't disagree more. Especially helpful is the download of data which Morris uses to back up what he is saying. Sadly, we live in a world where the Democratic leadership is taking us further and further down the road of socialism, and denial of being involved in a war on terror. Morris looks at his previous party, and how little "free thinking" is allowed within the Democratic Party in Part One. Part two proposes how the Republicans can "Take America Back". Much of what he says can be seen in the many interviews he does, only this book gives you the data from which he works.
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By James on 11-06-11
Must have for your collection!
This book is so good, I'm buying the hard copy as well. I really didn't know too much about the author, but now I'm a strong fan of this guy. If you have an open mind you will find this a very interesting book with useful information. It would probably be offensive to socialists and socialist Europeans. The book may be a little dramatic in terms of vilifying Obama, I don't know if I agree that the President has a diabolical plan. I do understand the scope and consequences of this administration's policies though. Dick Morris lays out fair evidence and arguments. I have bookmarked many parts of this book for my own follow up. In any case, it is very well worthwhile.
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