David Limbaugh writes the definitive 2012 handbook on Obama.
It's about the Republic, stupid.
While the kaleidoscope of daily headlines of the last three and a half years may confuse -- from Obamacare to immigration to the economy to wars in Iraq and Afghanistan , free trade, the deficit and much more -- it is understandable that many Americans may have an uneasy feeling that they have taken their eye off the ball.
In The Great Destroyer: Barack Obama's War on the Republic, David Limbaugh brings the American eye back to America's ball.
The American ball? The Constitution, the free market, and the principles of limited government that undergird the American republic.
Says the flap of his book, already a New York Times and Amazon bestseller:
….the Obama administration has waged a relentless, nearly four-year-long war to transform our nation into a country where federal bureaucrats have more power over our lives than we do…
Sadly, true. But the demand for specifics always arises, and David Limbaugh shines in providing chapter and verse.
By sheer chance, nothing could better illuminate David's point than yesterday's announcement by the Department of Homeland Security that the Obama Administration -- disliking the Supreme Court's ruling on Arizona's immigration law -- will simply refuse to enforce the program that has local law enforcement (like Arizona's) reporting illegal immigrants to the federal government.
It's almost as if President Obama were David Limbaugh's PR agent.
The Great Destroyer is the "must read," very detailed no-kidding-around handbook for the 2012 election year -- and well beyond. A catalogue, or, if you will, an encyclopedia of the Obama presidency.
Whatever the 2012 election year brings, Limbaugh's book will become a central reference point not simply for this year's voters but for historians down through the years. This book is an item by item analysis of what then-Senator Obama actually meant when he campaigned on a platform of "transforming America" -- with a detailed look at just how now-President Obama has spent the last three-and-a-half years attempting to do just that. Limbaugh takes the foundational anti-Constitutional left-wing philosophy of the Obama White House -- not to mention the policy-by-policy attempt to implement that philosophy -- and lays it bare in this book. Naked to the Constitutional elements.
The result isn't pretty. And this book was written and published before anyone could possibly know about the Obama decision just yesterday to suspend the immigration program that has locals and feds working together. In effect, the floodgates for illegals to pour across the Arizona border have not only been opened, they have been blown up.
Presciently breaking the Obama presidential term down into twelve different "wars" (a term that will surely grate on the nerves of liberals who began the campaign season by proclaiming there was a GOP "war on women"), Limbaugh offers an X-ray vision look at the "destructive policies and actions" of the presidency he has already called "the most destructive in American history."
In fact, that latter phrase was used by Limbaugh in his last book, Crimes Against Liberty: An Indictment of President Barack Obama, a book that should be seen as a book end to The Great Destroyer.