I wrote this book for the undecided voters of America who wish to be more politically informed, and for those of us who are baffled and angered by the lies and distortion aimed at undermining the President, at a cost of more than a billion dollars.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) September 28, 2012
New book on President Obama weaves together a rich tapestry of first-hand accounts, personal memories, international perspectives, and discussions of landmark legislations of the Obama administration. “We Are The Change That We Seek,” by author, George C. Thomas, delivers a unique and well-researched biography of the President, his family and the many intercultural influences that have informed his presidency. Thomas aims to reach voters who may yet be undecided as well as those who are in support of the President’s legislative achievements.
The book provides readers with a glimpse of the President’s heritage, spanning several continents, and how his unique upbringing makes him responsive to the needs of the American middle class. The author provides succinct, yet comprehensive, summaries of major issues addressed during the first term, such as international troop withdrawal, the economic meltdown and debt crisis, job recovery, and healthcare for the uninsured – all of which were uphill battles with a recalcitrant and uncooperative opposition party.
“I wrote this book for the undecided voters of America who wish to be more politically informed, and for those of us who are baffled and angered by the lies and distortion aimed at undermining the President, at a cost of more than a billion dollars by the opposition party,” said author, George C. Thomas. “This book emphasizes the positive, sweeping changes that have already occurred in the President’s first term and the certainty of more to come after his re-election, which will bring greater prosperity to America, including ‘the 47%’.”
About the Author
George C. Thomas is a graduate of Spicer Memorial College, Pune, India, and the Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University. He has served as department head, project director and executive director affiliated with various U.S. universities, medical centers and nonprofit service organizations. He has also served as Chief Advisor of economic development for the U.S. Agency for International Development – Dominican Republic operations. He is currently semi-retired and occasionally teaches public health, business administration and marketing in San Diego and at Universidad CETYS, Mexicali, Mexico. Reach him at georgechthomas (at) gmail (dot) com.