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Power Grab: Obama's Dangerous Plan for a One-Party Nation by Eileen McGann

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Author
Eileen McGann
Publisher
Humanix Books
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Pages
210
ISBN
9781630060268
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Hardcover
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New York Times best-selling authors Dick Morris and Eileen McGann, in their upcoming release by Humanix Books, contend that President Obama is at war with the Constitution and its provisions that provide for
checks and balances.

President Obama s style of leadership is proof that he is willing to use desperate measures. In Power Grab, Morris and McGann assert that Obama has embarked on an outrageous and sweeping scheme to decisively and illegally grab power away from Congress, the Courts, and the States to appropriate it to himself.

Ultimately, under the guise of practicality, the President of the United States has become utterly intolerant and unquestionably dictatorial. He rules on his own by executive fiat and few, if any, in Congress protest.

A former presidential advisor to Bill Clinton, Dick Morris argues that Obama has gone well beyond any previous president in extending executive power. He has defied the will of our forefathers, stepped over states rights, and systematically brushed aside explicit laws with little outrage from other branches of government.

In Power Grab, Morris and McGann say that Obama has grown even more bold in his acquisition of power after seeing so little opposition. And he has no plans to stop anytime soon, as the authors flawlessly illustrate in their in-depth analysis of his increasingly brazen behavior.

Morris and McGann lay out a plan to stop Obama s abuse of power. They say President Obama s critics, and even those who sympathize with his political views but share a deep respect for the Constitution, can join together to stop the most significant, overreaching executive power ever.

Power Grab is sure to leave the reader without any doubt as to just how pervasive his usurpation of Congressional power has become.


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