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Double Down: Game Change 2012

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13 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

Fascinating

Being a poltical junkie, oftentimes books about elections and the political landscape yield little new information than what you get on the news shows. Not the case with Double Down. Really fascinating behind the scenes stories of the 2012 election cycle covering cand...
Being a poltical junkie, oftentimes books about elections and the political landscape yield little new information than what you get on the news shows. Not the case with Double Down. Really fascinating behind the scenes stories of the 2012 election cycle covering candidates from the Republican primaries all the way through the November election. Strategy, relationships, miss-steps, winners, losers, this book was incredibly insightful. A must read for anyone who is intrigued by political strategy and the story behind the story

posted by Anonymous on November 11, 2013

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5 out of 49 people found this review helpful.

Let us re-write history

In his first four years he accomplished nothing positive. He was only elected due to the peculiar fact that he is a negro. How sad that this is how we select a leader now. National debt increases under Mr. Obama more than under ALL the previous presidents combined. E...
In his first four years he accomplished nothing positive. He was only elected due to the peculiar fact that he is a negro. How sad that this is how we select a leader now. National debt increases under Mr. Obama more than under ALL the previous presidents combined. Enjoy the lost freedoms, kids.

posted by JohnI on November 16, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 3, 2013

    FYI, I'm opinionated

    I'm not necessarily saying this as a good or bad thing, but this book praises Obama and is very biased in his favor.
    Personally I believe Obama is one of the worst presidents we've ever seen so, reading about him doing "wondrfuk things" certainley isn't for me.

    0 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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