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Jacques Ferraris looks at loyalty to President Obama in new book

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I hope to raise awareness among voting Americans to support Obama’s policies and his dedication to help hard working citizens.

With a pivotal election approaching and Washington in a political gridlock, Americans are faced with a difficult choice amidst the barrage of slanderous propaganda.

At the age of 91, former member of the French Resistance during World War II and author, Jacques Ferraris, has experienced the rise and fall of several political regimes and presidencies. Passionate about the policies backing the Obama administration, Ferraris completed his book, Obama 2012: For a Compassionate America, to inform the public about the importance of their choice in the upcoming presidential election.

Ferraris discusses the topics of:

  •     Obama’s presidency and campaign for re-election
  •     Tea Party members and opposing conservative beliefs
  •     Effects of regulations on Wall Street and ‘Big Banks’
  •     Consequences of tax rate increases
  •     Proposed changes to the presidential primary campaigning process
  •     Necessity to change the current situation of the presidential primaries

“I experienced poverty when I arrived in America in 1948, working as a janitor at 87 cents an hour, supporting the family, including an expecting wife,” Ferraris says. “I remember the anxiety that the minimum wage war in Washington caused my family. It was a struggle to survive. I hope to raise awareness among voting Americans to support Obama’s policies and his dedication to help hard working citizens.”

Obama: 2012
For a Compassionate America
By Jacques Ferraris
ISBN: 978-1-46855-851-7
Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Authorhouse.

About the author:
Born in Nice and raised in Monte-Carlo, Jacques Ferraris graduated from the Merchant Marine Academy in 1940 and joined the French Resistance against the Nazis. In 1944, while attached to the U.S. Army in Normandy and Southern France, he organized and supervised the most complete News Map Service in ETOUSA. After his Army experience, Ferraris immigrated to Kansas City where he started work as a maintenance man in 1948. Rising to sales manager, he expanded his career, eventually training sales teams in 49 states. He obtained his citizenship in 1954.


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