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No He Can't How Barack Obama Is Dismantling Hope and Change
By Kevin McCullough
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 12/21 Pastor Hayden wrote: I really wanted to like this book. I’m far from a liberal and not an Obama supporter. I do think that Obama might be doing irrepairable harm to our country and I do think that there is a certain shady mystery to his past. When I got this book, it was as the election season was starting to pick up and ... Lots of information, clearly written, but lost in the noise.
On 11/28 Archie Isib wrote: I thoroughly enjoyed seeing my opinions exemplified in this book. McCullough takes Obama's faults, honestly its my first time to read Kevin's book. I'm very fascinated with politics, though I'm not American still this book lures me. This book covers four areas, economics, national insecurity, erosion ... no he can't
On 10/2 Beth Jones wrote: If you are interested in learning about the history of America during the last four years, how Obama has changed the country, what decisions Obama has made since he became president, what impact Obama's policies have had on America, and what these changes and laws mean for the average American, this ... Good starting point
On 9/1 kansasfarmergirl wrote: As an Independent I found No He Can’t–How Barack Obama Is Dismantling Hope and Change by Kevin McCullough to be a timely read for this political season. Although it was written just before the 2010 Mid-Term elections, it has pertinent information for any citizen to consider and ponder. MuCullough ... No He Cant
On 6/18 Oscar Cardozo wrote: Can Barack Obama lead the USA? What a good time to read this book. US Presidential elections are around the corner, and this is a good time to read this book and meditate on Mr. Obama's leadership skills to continue leading the USA..... No He Can't
On 6/9 junnel aranas wrote: No He Can'tHow Barack Obama Is Dismantling Hope and ChangeBy Kevin McCulloughPublished by Thomas NelsonThe right is usually reactionary, playing defense and fighting the last battle-not the next one. His book is a clarion call and he gives us his game plan. I loved every minute I spent on this book and ... No He Can't
On 4/23 pastorjeffcma wrote: "No He Can't: How Barack Obama is Dismantling Hope and Change," by Kevin McCullough is, if nothing else, a call for clarity. That is true not only in content but by design. Most of the chapters conclude with a brief section described as "Time For a Bit of Clarity." The book is just a little dated (published ... A Call for Clarity
On 2/29 Val Hawker wrote: I received this book free from the Thomas Nelson Publisher's Booksneeze review program. I was not required to write a particular review. I was only asked to be thruthful. These words are completely my own. Thank you Book Sneeze for this opportunity. I don't really know what I was expecting when first ... Book Review: No He Can't by Kevin McCoullough
On 1/26 Reed James wrote: I'll start this review by saying what I tell everyone; I'm apolitical. Now, I don't expect you to believe that because it is really impossible to have no political leanings at all. It's like saying that you don't have a favorite color or that you're not thinking about anything at all (You're always thinking ... No He Can't by Kevin McCullough
On 1/2 Aknightsheart wrote: Yes we can! Yes we can! Yes we can! These are the words that Obama used to win the heart of Americans in the 2008 presidential election. Hope. It’s a word that stirs hearts. Change gives people hope. In his book, Kevin McCullough delivers a message that may or may not resonate well with Americans: ... Review for "No He Can't: How Barack Obama is dismantling hope and change by Kevin McCullough"