As Americans, liberty is an inalienable right that is granted to us by God, protected by the Constitution, and upheld by our government. Yet, Barack Obama doesn’t seem to share that view. To him, liberty is a threat to the government’s power and something to be squashed by any means possible, as bestselling author David Limbaugh shows to devastating effect in his new book, Crimes Against Liberty.
Limbaugh issues a damning indictment of President Barack Obama for encroaching upon and stripping us of our individual and sovereign rights. Laying out his case like he would a criminal complaint, Limbaugh presents the evidence—count-by-count—against Obama. From exploiting the financial crisis for political gain, to restricting our personal freedoms through invasive healthcare and “green” policies, to endangering America with his feckless diplomacy and reckless dismantlement of our national security systems, Limbaugh proves—beyond a reasonable doubt—that Obama is guilty of crimes against liberty. Comprehensive and compelling, this is Limbaugh’s most powerful book yet.
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A superb analysis of the failings and unprecedented tactics employed by a naïve President who seeks to attack and vilify his opponents and the very institutions and values that made America the power that it has been.
Well documented. David Limbaugh shows beyond a shadow of a doubt that while the Obama administration may seem incompetent, what is really going on is the promised FUNDAMENTAL CHANGE and purposeful destruction of America and our individual liberties.
This is a powerful book and is a must read (listen) for anyone who is concerned about the decline of American exceptionalism, and why things are the way they are with the economy.
It seems everyday we learn something new and unbelievable that is being executed by this administration. David Limbaugh does an outstanding job documenting every aspect of purposeful destruction being done at every level to our country, government and constitution.
What amazes me is the volume of material the author was able to gather - and we are not through the second year of Obama in office! Very timely book, I am going to buy the hard cover for reference.
I was shocked at Limbaugh's eloquence and articulation. He uses the right language at the right time to clearly convey his thoughts. Rush, while a good speaker, doesn't seem to possess the ability of his brother in mastery of language. An excellent read. Story after story of the administration's attacks on the USA and it's citizens. It keeps a running tally of the mischief and antics of the worse president in USA history.
This author lays it on the line and exposes Obama for what he is... a wannabe dictator with no regard for the Constitution. Anyone that says it is boring may have mistakedly posted a review for some other book in this space or they are an Obamabot...
I devoured the first few chapters of this book in hardback and couldn't wait to hear the narrator's interpretation of the written words. Although the subject interested me, I grew weary of the repetition of a handful of themes and 'proofs.' I felt the narrator wasn't engaged in the material at times--perhaps he didn't believe what he was asked to read. At points in the book where the narrator should be bringing the message home, I felt that he didn't really mean what he was saying. I guess I felt the book received better treatment from the narrator or that the book was thin on things to say leading to tiresome repetition. I'm neither an Obama or Limbaugh fan, but expected better out of this audiobook.
Avid audiobook addict!
Basically a re-hash of the Rush Limbaugh show, but the author doesn't have anywhere near the talent for bombastic entertainment that his brother does, so it's a mind-numbing droning of talking points. Nothing new that Rush hasn't brought up on his show a thousand times--in fact the author has exactly the same viewpoint as Rush, so there's nothing new or interesting here.
The book started off good and got my ears perked, but minute after minute of fact after fact, it just becomes boring. I listen while driving a truck and couldn't finish it. The narrator's voice comes accross very snobby and annoying, I just couldn't take anymore. It has no flow and reminds of a college lecture. It does contain many facts and there is a lot to learn here, if you can make through the monotonous dialogue of the book. He, unfortunately, is no Rush!
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