No He Cant Hardback

How Barak Obama is Dismantling Hope and Change

by Kevin McCullough;

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No He Cant

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Nationally syndicated radio talk show host and columnist Kevin McCullough tackles the thorny issue of why the audacity of hope is not found in the current path that President Barack Obama has laid.

As the first pundit in the world to predict that President Barack Obama would become president of the United States (verified on-air by Rush Limbaugh), Kevin McCullough was not surprised when Mr. Obama was elected to that office. Yet even McCullough admits he's surprised by President Obama's actions since the election.

Surprised by the overt falsehoods already carried out by this administration. Surprised by our country's sudden deficit of clarity and common sense.

Surprised by a blatant lack of accountability.

In 'No He Can't', McCullough stands as the loyal but outraged loyal opposition to the current state of affairs.

No He Cant by Kevin McCullough was published by Thomas Nelson in April 2011 and is our 55692nd best seller. The ISBN for No He Cant is 9781595553386.

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Details for No He Cant

Page last updated 28th April 2017
Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherThomas Nelson (April 2011)
Number of Pages219
Thickness25 mm
Height231 mm
Width157 mm
Product Code3657254
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