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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 Natio 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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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 Natio 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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  1. 4 out of 5

    Ralph

    Somewhere out there exists an in-depth, thoughtful tome for Republicans anxious to win back the White House and Congress. This isn't it. Steele continues the vacuous rant favored by many GOP followers -- liberals bad, conservatives good. Steele's book is filled with lies, inaccuracies and cliches. Just to make sure readers know who the bad guys are, Steele incorporates the word "liberal" in every other paragraph throughout the book and sometimes in every other sentence. It may be true that Republ Somewhere out there exists an in-depth, thoughtful tome for Republicans anxious to win back the White House and Congress. This isn't it. Steele continues the vacuous rant favored by many GOP followers -- liberals bad, conservatives good. Steele's book is filled with lies, inaccuracies and cliches. Just to make sure readers know who the bad guys are, Steele incorporates the word "liberal" in every other paragraph throughout the book and sometimes in every other sentence. It may be true that Republicans should return to their Reagan/Goldwater roots to re-win public opinion, as Steele says, but Goldwater possessed an intellectual demeanor that attracted dozens of young converts. Reagan had a stable of scriptwriters that made him appealing to the masses. Steele sounds like a speaker at a Tea Party rally -- full of anger and slim on facts. If this is the best the Republicans can offer, it's going to be a long, cold winter for the GOP.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Richard

    This book is pretty straightforward, and there's not a lot new or surprising. Steele urges Republicans to return to their traditional values, to communicate those values without fear or apology, and to serve the people, not themselves. Common sense, really. This book is written to be widely accessible: it's short, simple, and to the point. This book is pretty straightforward, and there's not a lot new or surprising. Steele urges Republicans to return to their traditional values, to communicate those values without fear or apology, and to serve the people, not themselves. Common sense, really. This book is written to be widely accessible: it's short, simple, and to the point.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Erin

    Amen! Now go out there and do it!

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    Rich

    Read it for a laugh. Didn't even serve that purpose. He's a failure. Who cares about him. Read it for a laugh. Didn't even serve that purpose. He's a failure. Who cares about him.

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