Sowell explains Obama: The rhetoric, the reality

“The role of a confidence man is not to convince skeptics, but to help the gullible believe what they want to believe. Most of what Barack Obama says sounds very persuasive if you don’t know the facts — and often sounds like sheer nonsense if you do. But he is not trying to convince skeptics, nor worried about looking ridiculous to informed people who won’t vote for him anyway.”

The brilliant Dr. Thomas Sowell has written a series of masterful commentaries explaining Barack Obama. This recent one, Obama Versus Obama: Part III, is the tour de force, although they each build upon one another and should each be read in order.

Read the other insightful reviews here:

Obama Versus Obama

Obama Versus Obama: Part II

Obama Versus Obama: Part IV

If you have any friends, relatives or acquaintances who need persuasion in this most significant election in our nation’s history, send them this link. It matters.


3 Responses to Sowell explains Obama: The rhetoric, the reality

  1. Braveheart says:

    He’s the best! I wish Dr. Sowell was decades younger so we’d have him around even longer. I look forward to reading these columns. Thanks!

  2. American Patriot says:

    We can’t afford four more years of an unrestrained Obama. Unconcerned with another election, he will free to do even more damage to the United States of America — a country for which he has constantly apologized, as he bows to dicators and Muslim royals worldwide.

    If you’re on the fence (though I can’t imagine how any thinking American would be), I implore you to read Sowell’s well written articles.

  3. Saguaro Sam says:

    Obama vs. the American people:
    from the NYT—September 28, 2012

    “The Obama administration notified Congress on Friday that it would provide Egypt’s new government an emergency cash infusion of $450 million. . .”

    Egypt’s new government=the Muslim brotherhood.

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