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Released: 2012-09-07

Hope That Changes: Remembering the Final Days of the Obama Quadrennium by Scott Ott


A satirical look at the final year of Barack Obama's one-term presidency by 'PJ News Break' anchor Scott Ott, America's leading family-friendly conservative satirist, founder of Rush Limbaugh's favorite satire site,

'Hope That Changes' is much more than just the history of the president's final year of work, both on and off the golf course, behind the TelePrompTer and in front of the 84-inch LCD screen during March Madness.

It's a virtual quotidian chronicle of U.S. and global news from September 2011 through August 2012 — including in-depth satirical coverage of the state-by-state presidential primary process, the Supreme Court's ObamaCare ruling, the economic crisis at home and abroad, Occupy Wall Street, the “War on Women,” the “Fast and Furious” gunwalking scandal, Arizona's immigration-law battle, the Keystone XL pipeline, Wisconsin's Gov. Walker recall vote, Curiosity's Mars mission, the Facebook IPO, the Solyndra scandal, the Koran-burning riots, Kim Jong-Un's ascent to power, the Syrian crackdown, the “Arab Spring” uprisings, Iran's nuke program, and also important issues surrounding the Miss Universe Pageant, the Westminster Kennel Club dog show, and Taylor Swift.

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Book Details

Author: Scott Ott Publisher: MacMenamin Press Binding: Kindle Edition Language: English Pages: 159

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