Ecce Obama

Jason, Gary
June 2009
Liberty (08941408);Jun2009, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p17
The author focuses on U.S. President Barack Obama. He claims that he is dazzled by the adulation many on the Right have accorded Obama. He satirizes his fascination with Obama, citing that he is one in trillion kind of a man. He cites the cap-and-trade proposal and the budget deficits of Obama that would amount to about $2 trillion a year and $1 trillion a year for the next ten years, respectively. He says that he has seen clearly who Obama is.


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