The Ghost of Snapped Shot

Or, welcome to my low-maintenance heck.

In Which Snapped Shot Does PR Work

I was contacted a while back by WND Books to do an interview with author Brad O'Leary about his shiny new truth-telling book on B. Hussein Obama. We weren't ever able to make our schedules sync up, but it sounded like an interesting subject of discussion, and I felt bad about it.

Luckily for us, thanks to ye olde fashioned PR Webbe, I'm happy to present at least a little bit of information about the book:

Washington, DC (PRWEB) September 8, 2008—With the conventions over, the political debate shifts into the nation's bookstores this week as two competing books go head-to-head in a battle that could impact the race for the White House. One is written by candidate Barack Obama, while the other contains new revelations that might end the Illinois senator's presidential aspirations.

"The Audacity of Deceit: Barack Obama's War on American Values" by Brad O'Leary (WND Books, ISBN 978-1935071020, hardcover $25.95) hits bookstores tomorrow, the same day as Obama's new campaign book, "Change We Can Believe In."

Shielded from the media by a strict embargo, the contents of "The Audacity of Deceit" have been a well-kept secret. A limited number of advance copies were mailed out to the media late last week. The cover provides a contrast to Obama's previous book, "The Audacity of Hope," and features a rendering of the subject's official Senate portrait.

"It's been noted that Barack Obama has written multiple books and no major legislation, but that's not a coincidence," says O'Leary. "He's tried to hide his true beliefs from the American people behind soaring oratory promising 'hope' and 'change,' but that's just a smokescreen, and one that's been very effective. Until now."

It's good to see that somebody is taking up the task of "vetting" Barack Obama. Be sure to click on over for the rest of the story, as I don't want to spoil all of the suspense at once. And I don't know about you, but I'm definitely going to put in an order for this book, if for no other reason than to stick it to Hope and Change.

Those two words are up to no good, I tell ya!



#1 Rebecca 08-Sep-2008
This is too much to hope for. I'm not familiar with the author, so I'm crossing my fingers that he's not an easily dismissed crank.

I've been increasingly suspicious about this man's (Obama's) ability to cast no shadow, with no history beyond what he has written himself. Sure, a couple of high school friends have spoken up to dispute their own portrayal in his books, but the man attended three different universities, was involved in politics and political organizations, yet no one has emerged to dispute his version of events in any meaningful way.

The press has been able to find scores of Sarah Palin's political enemies, despite the "ordinary person" nature of her life. I have no doubt, if I were crazy enough to run for political office, that I've met and interacted with my share of loons, who would be thrilled to tell their stories about me to the media.

It's like the man was dropped on the planet in 2001 by aliens, and supplied with a backstory. (note: I am not trying to start that rumor.) Everyone makes enemies, everyone pisses off someone in their life, and everyone has detractors with differing levels of credibility. There's something smoke and fog about this guy's whole nature.

Seriously, how much has been concealed, and what kind of person has the power required to pull that concealment off? That's what scares me more than anything, that even someone as allergic to conspiracy theories as I am is even thinking this way.
#2 captainfish 08-Sep-2008
Jerome Corsi also wrote a book about Obama: "The Obama Nation".

There is also "The Case Against Barack Obama" by National Review's David Freddoso.

Jerome Corsi will also be (or did) releasing a followup book to answer the critics questions about his first book.

Rebecca, the reason you question your presidential candidates only means that you think for yourself and desire proof. You have a standard that you hold for people wishing to hold that office. Those who worship THE ONE have no standards and only wish to be told what to think and have their lives controlled so they dont have to think.

Sad, nearly half of the people in this nation are brain dead and want, WANT, the government to tell them how to live. They want a government akin to USSR, China and N Korea.
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