So many citizens, especially young voters, are not getting this side of the story. They believe everything they hear from Hollywood and from the affluent Left
MABANK, Texas (PRWEB) August 20, 2012
Deanna Drab hopes that readers will find her new book “Chronicling Obama: Our First Media-Elected President” (published by AuthorHouse) both enlightening and change-driving. In it, she argues for the unfitness of Barack Obama to hold the presidency of the United States.
“Chronicling Obama” is a compilation of over 120 letters to the editors published since March 2009. “In these letters the overstepping of both Obama and Congress are vividly pointed out,” Drab says. “Someone has to point this out since our media doesn't do it.”
An excerpt from “Chronicling Obama”:
‘We are the greatest republic that this world has even seen....and, yes, we do have our own failings, but for the most part, our hearts and our heads are in the right place. It is up to you and your peers to SEEK THE TRUTH!!’
Drab hopes that her words will inspire readers to do their own research. She is certain of her own conclusions, but rather than just spoon-feed her readers, she hopes they will learn to be inquisitive themselves.
“So many citizens, especially young voters, are not getting this side of the story. They believe everything they hear from Hollywood and from the affluent Left.”
About the Author
Deanna Drab was born and grew up in El Campo, Texas. She has three children, six grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. She’s been in most states and has spent time in many foreign countries. She has been following the workings of our government since the 1960’s and realizes that what is going on in Washington DC now is not what was intended by our Founders.
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