Build your wealth, protect your faith and family, and secure your freedom.
Don’t just survive Obama - learn how to outsmart his big-government socialist system and thrive!
Wayne Allyn Root is no stranger to risks and challenges. From his career as a businessman and television host to his emergence as a mega-pundit on virtually every major news outlet, Root has learned how to turn setbacks into success and adversity into prosperity. And you’re going to need his expertise as you and your family tackle the biggest challenge facing Americans today: Barack Obama’s second term in the White House.
First, Root delivers the cold hard facts: How Obama is working to steal your liberty, your hard-earned cash, and your opportunities, and where he has already got a leg up on his redistributionist, anti-personal-freedom agenda while no one was looking. Then he takes you on a tour of the practical, real-life ways you can fight back, not just in the ballot box but in your bank account, on your tax forms, at your church, in your home, in your schools, and at your doctor’s office. He’s not just talking about political activism; he’s giving you the step-by-step instructions you need to protect yourself and your family right now from the Obama invasion of every aspect of your life.
The Ultimate Obama Survival Guide isn’t just about survival. It’s about how to thrive despite all odds, no matter what Obama throws at us next.
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There basically three parts to the book. Part 1: Obama does everything to kill/destroy small businesses; Part 2: to survive Obama's quest to destroy small businesses. . . . start a small business. ??? (makes sense, doesn't it?);Part 3: if you worth one million, two million or better yet a cool one billion dollars, then buy gold, 1000 acres land, profitable farms, authentic arts (ie. Picasso or Kandinsky), private islands, etc. While at it, the author provides "very useful" recommendation to build yourself a shelter and stock it with "bare" necessities such as: gold, 1000 acres land, profitable farms, authentic arts (ie. Picasso or Kandinsky), private islands, etc. Note to the author: if I were a billionaire, I would have not purchased this book, b/c all my money would have been tied in: gold, 1000 acres land, profitable farms, authentic arts (ie. Picasso or Kandinsky), private islands, etc. In other words, this book is full of cliche's and useless tips. As someone smarter than I said: the best way to make millions is to write a book about how to make millions. Silly me . . .
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