The Obama Nation by Jerome R. Corsi, book release August 2008
This book is a thoroughly researched documented book that tempts to explain why the extreme leftist policy Obama practices will lead the nation to a deep division as well as to be diminished and weakened.
Corsi proclaims that Obama must be defeated in order to save the nation from plunging further into its already weakened state. He has been researching Obamas political and personal background since he became elected to the U.S. Senate in 2004.
He follows Obama’s career from his early years in Hawaii and Indonesia onto the beginnings in Chicago with his religious training and voting record in the Illinois legislature, this book is sourced with more than 600 footnotes.
With these descriptions and facts Corsi intends to prove that the kind of presidency led by Obama will be as he says be a repeat of the failed extremist politics that have characterized and plagued Democratic Party politics since the late 1960’s.
After reading this book, readers will learn about Obamas close relations with Islam and radical politics as well as his father and stepfathers Islamic backgrounds. Readers will also discover his socialist and communist mentors in Chicago and Hawaii as well as his close relations with former Weather Underground heroes Bernadette Dohrn and Williams Ayers.
Michelles and Baracks religious affiliations are also revealed as appertaining to the black-liberation theology of former Trinity United Church of Christ Reverend Jeremiah Wright, whose sermons have been known for their intense rage. Here Corsi underlines how deeply these sermons marked Obama and how this rage has nourished his political trend.
Corsi also associates Obama with Raila Odinga a radical socialist who ran for presidency coming to power amidst Islamic violence and the burnings of churches, as well as to Tony Rezko, a political fixer who helped Obamas initial campaigns and assisted the couple in the purchase of their dream home.
Corsi emphasizes the techniques Obama used for his campaign and his far-left domestic policy, his history of opposition to the Second Amendment, his impractical plan to arrive at universal health care, his determination to raise capital-gains taxes and his radical plan to tax Americans in order to fund a global poverty reduction plan.
Corsi considers Obama’s policy as naive, thinking that by the eradication of nuclear weapons and the reduction of military he will solve the crisis and change the trend of international politics.
The author does not attack Obama directly; he merely exposes facts and detailed arguments that should lead the reader to agree that Obama is not a good solution for the American people.