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The Manchurian President: Barack Obama's Ties to Communists, Socialists and Other Anti-American Extremists

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59 out of 66 people found this review helpful.

obamas questianable leadership

"the manchurian president" is a very fasinating book and it is very hard to put down. the arthur has researched obamas questianable past with the weather underground and has documented his college years with many socialist groups that helped him later on in his politica...
"the manchurian president" is a very fasinating book and it is very hard to put down. the arthur has researched obamas questianable past with the weather underground and has documented his college years with many socialist groups that helped him later on in his political years to help him in his fundraising activities this bestseller also looks into his involvment with the acorn organization who has been convited of voter fraud. this will be one of the top selling books for 2012 in choosing our elected officals I was really impressed with the writers search for the truth .

posted by storms1 on May 6, 2010

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Does it come with a free Tin Foil Hat?

This is the type of paranoid fantasy spouted out by Lyndon H. LaRouche on his 1980's campaign infomercials. The difference between then and now is that LaRouche was generally seen as a cook and a crackpot by everyone but his small but devoted followers. LaRouche's clai...
This is the type of paranoid fantasy spouted out by Lyndon H. LaRouche on his 1980's campaign infomercials. The difference between then and now is that LaRouche was generally seen as a cook and a crackpot by everyone but his small but devoted followers. LaRouche's claim that Walter Mondale was a secret KGB agent in cahoots with the British Empire was a joke even to the the most devoted Reagan supporter.

LaRouchain delusions are far more accessible thanks to the internet. Thanks a lot Al Gore for your wonderful invention.

posted by 2034585 on May 6, 2010

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