That's a Crock, Barack: President Obama's Record of Saying Things That Are Untrue, Duplicitous, Arrogant and Delusional or Barack Obama's Lies and Why Obama Should Not Be Re-Elected by Fred J Eckert (Paperback / softback, 2012)
Does President Barack Obama play fast and loose with the truth and say a lot of things that really don't make sense? In That's a crock, Barack, Ambassador Fred J. Eckert -- author of the political satire vel Hank Harrison for President that Library Journal hailed as One of the best political spoofs since The Mouse That Roared -- examines Barack Obama's own words - incredibly duplicitous, deceitful, arrogant and delusional - and subjects them to logic and wit to demonstrate what a con job Obama and his fawning media cheerleaders have perpetrated upon the American people. Ambassador Eckert, a former conservative Republican Member of Congress and a man President Ronald Reagan described as a good friend and valued advisor, turns the tables on Barack Obama, the Left and the media by subjecting them to the sort of ridicule that they are so fond of using against conservatives. Intelligent and amusing, That's a crock, Barack reminds us that in their allied efforts to promote Barack Obama, the Obama campaign, the Democrats and much of the media make the focus about how and where Barack says the things he says - Greek columns surrounding him, someone in the audience fainting, campaigning overseas in Berlin, the cheering Muslim audience, etc. - but rarely about what really matters -- the substance of what he actually says. Writes Ambassador Eckert: Barack Hussein Obama, it turns out, has a pattern of saying things that are untrue, delusional, arrogant, self-indulgent, absurd, silly, ludicrous, laughable and just plain wrong. Eckert holds the words of Barack Obama up to the light of logic and reason and makes a compelling case that -- if one bothers to actually think about what Obama says -- so often the words Obama spouts are, in truth, a crock. Gaffs Obama makes are igred or covered up by a media that would turn them into some brouhaha were they made by a conservative - and Eckert demonstrates the double-standard with potent examples. Eckert makes it compellingly clear that it's t just the small stuff on which the media give Obama a pass. When Obama says things that a George Bush or a Sarah Palin would be savaged as dumb for saying, it tends to get excused or covered up; when Obama says things most Americans would find to be megalomaniacal or mind-bogglingly absurd, often it is t just igred or excused but actually passed off as dazzling and profound. For example, Eckert points out that while the media raved about Obama's Cairo speech they igred reporting things that show it to be such an incredibly silly speech. Eckert exposes the foolishness of statements Obama made there, raising questions the media should have raised. In this speech that the media gushed over Obama told his Muslim audience he kws that Islam has demonstrated through words and deeds the possibilities of religious tolerance ? Wonder why the media didn't ask him if the Death to Infidels 9/11 attacks and all the bombings and beheadings were among the words and deeds he had in mind? Are you aware that Barack Obama thinks and says things that outrageously detached from the truth? Are you aware that he boasted during a 60 Minutes interview that he is at least our fourth greatest president and possibly our greatest? Are you aware that CBS tried to cover up his braggadocio to protect him? Readers across the political spectrum - from Republican Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole to Democratic NY Goverr Mario Cuomo --heaped high praise upon Ambassador Eckert's political satire vel Hank Harrison for President.That's a crock, Barack will likely be received with wild enthusiasm by conservative Republicans and with fear and loathing by liberal Democrats.
Fred J. Eckert, former US Ambassador and former conservative Republican Member of Congress, is the author of the political satire novel, Hank Harrison for President, that Library Journal hailed as one of the best political spoofs since The Mouse That Roared. His writings have appeared in such national magazines as Reader's Digest, The Wall Street Journal and Outdoor Life; in a number of conservative on-line publications, including Human Events, American Thinker, Pajamas Media, National Review Online and The Washington Examiner; and in nearly every major newspaper in the United States. President Ronald Reagan called him a good friend and valued advisor...a man of great experience and wisdom.