Veteran journalist David Corn—Washington Bureau Chief for Mother Jones magazine and New York Times bestselling author of Hubris (with Michael Isikoff) and The Lies of George W. Bush—now brings us Showdown, the dramatic inside story of Barack Obama’s fight to save his presidency. With Bob Woodward-esque insight and narrative flair, Corn takes readers into the White House and behind the political scenes during the beleaguered president’s pivotal third year, and explores the most earth-shaking events of the Obama presidency—from the game changing 2010 elections to the Arab Spring, the debt ceiling battle with Congressional Republicans, the killing of Osama bin Laden and beyond.
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Could not put it down,and will now purchase e-book
Whether you like President Obama or not,we forget what shape the Country was in,before he took office,and the tough choices he had to make. It is unfortunate,that so much hate in this Country( and divide) would over shadow ,the GOOD that has been made by this President. After reading this,it is without question ,that obama took
Gutsy chances,he believed in,instead of " I got to get re- elected way", which I gained even more respect for our President!
For the Brain Dead
It's amazing that the Obamatron minions deflect facts. $16+ trillion debt, $5000 drop in median income, 8.3% unemployment, 47 mil on welfare, 23 mil unemployed, jobless claims remain high but hey, Obama ended don't ask, don't tell. What a great prez.