Right Now: A 12-Step Program For Defeating The Obama Agenda

Right Now: A 12-Step Program For Defeating The Obama Agenda

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by Michael Steele
     
 

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What Should Conservatives Do in the Age of Obama?
Two Words: Fight Back

President Obama ran on promises of bipartisanship and centrism, but he’s delivered something else: unprecedented government borrowing and spending, unsustainable debt, and audacious attempts to usher in a colossal, overbearing government, the likes of which we’ve never…  See more details below

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What Should Conservatives Do in the Age of Obama?
Two Words: Fight Back

President Obama ran on promises of bipartisanship and centrism, but he’s delivered something else: unprecedented government borrowing and spending, unsustainable debt, and audacious attempts to usher in a colossal, overbearing government, the likes of which we’ve never seen.

In Right Now, Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele blows the whistle on the entire Obama agenda. Setting aside appeals for caution in taking on a popular president, Steele throws down the gauntlet, insisting Republicans must expose and refute the policies lying at the heart of this administration’s attempts to resurrect a discredited brand of extreme liberalism.

A call to arms for grassroots America, this book argues for abandoning “conservatism-lite,” returning to core conservative principles, and launching an uncompromising campaign for limited government. The path to a Republican renaissance has already been laid, says Steele: the target is the Obama agenda, the method is active opposition, and the time is Right Now.

Bonus: Foreword by Newt Gingrich

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781596981355
Publisher:
Regnery Publishing
Publication date:
01/05/2010
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Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
208
File size:
303 KB

Meet the Author

Republican National Committee chairman Michael S. Steele made history in 2003 when he was elected lieutenant governor of Maryland, becoming the first African-American elected to statewide office in that state. A self-described “Lincoln Republican,” he recently served as chairman of GOPAC, a political action committee that supports Republican campaigns. A corporate finance attorney and contributor to Fox News Channel, Mr. Steele’s writings on law, business, and politics have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Times, Politico.com, Townhall.com, and the Journal of International Security Affairs.

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