Broken Promises and Lies of the Republicans

Broken Promises and Lies of the Republicans

by Gene P Abel

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Overview

BROKEN PROMISES AND LIES of the REPUBLICANS - Reagan *Bush 43* Trump is intended to convince the American VOTER, that conservative ideas are wrong for our country. We are faced with serious issues that must be solved! Our huge deficit, tax reform, immigration, background checks for gun purchase, funding shortfall of Social Security and Medicare, rebuilding of our infrastructure and military, educating our children and creating living wage jobs. The book cites facts to document the conservative approach has failed to resolve any of them. This Book also looks at Donald J. Trump and his impact on our country and the danger his actions poses to the Republic our Founding Fathers created. The sources that have been used are primarily U.S. Government Agencies like Department of the Treasury, the CBO, OMB, and the Department of Labor. George Will, a prominent life-long Conservative Columnist has said, he will vote against Republicans in 2018.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781649619006
Publisher: Author Reputation Press, LLC
Publication date: 07/22/2020
Pages: 98
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.23(d)

About the Author

The author, Gene P. Abel brings a successful and diverse educational and professional background to his factual analysis of the conservative policies and Donald J. Trump. Mr. Abel has a formal education that includes a Bachelor of Science degree master's degree in Business Administration. He has 30 years as a highly successful business executive in both the private and public sectors overlaid with his 30 years' service as a commissioned officer in the United States Army and Army Reserve. Mr. Abel graduated as a Distinguished Military Graduate from Penn State and spent 5 years on active duty as a Regular Army Officer and 25 years as a Reserve Officer. He completed the Army War College in 1985 and was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal on two occasions. He had such diverse assignments as nuclear weapons officer to finance officer. He was nominated for the General Officer and retired as a Colonel in 1993.

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