This is a book review for Booksneeze. I recieve books for free from the publishers in return for posting reviews. My disclaimer is at the bottom of this review.My advice -- read this book before the next elections! I give it an awesome 4 stars out of 5!
Book DescriptionNationally syndicated radio talk show host and columnist Kevin McCullough tackles the thorny issue of why the audacity of hope is not found in the current path that President Barack Obama has laid.
As the first pundit in the world to predict that President Barack Obama would become president of the United States (verified on-air by Rush Limbaugh), Kevin McCullough was not surprised when Mr. Obama was elected to that office. Yet even McCullough admits he’s surprised by President Obama’s actions since the election. Surprised by the overt falsehoods already carried out by this administration. Surprised by our country’s sudden deficit of clarity and common sense. Surprised by a blatant lack of accountability. In No He Can’t, McCullough stands as the loyal but outraged loyal opposition to the current state of affairs
Kevin McCullough has followed the president since before his nomination. In light of that, he has given his perspective on the President and his actions. Mr. McCullough "lays out a convincing case" of why he has labeled Obama "one of the most dangerous politicians our generation will see." Mr. McCullough shows that hope *is* possible. Mr. McCullough enlightens the world to today's political actions and what's going on in the mind of our President.
Interesting to me? Yes! This is one of the very first political/ political science books I've ever read and I was very shocked that this book enlightened me as well as kept me interested in the book! Kevin McCullough does a fantastic job of engaging the reader through his perspective and outlook. He caught and held my attention. From what I know via news and media sources, Mr. McCullough has conveyed the truth, in my opinion. Given that he was on the front lines, I feel that he was more aware of the truth than what we are aware of or even prepared for. McCullough enlightens us on Obama's stances on several major issues, none of which shocked me. I feel that in the end Kevin McCullough did a great job of proving that hope does have a chance, once this nation gets rebuilt, the right way.
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