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Spreading the Wealth: How Obama is Robbing the Suburbs to Pay for the Cities Hardcover – August 2, 2012
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This book was admittedly released at this time because Stanley Kurtz the author, feels that the facts included in it will awaken the voters in the suburbs to how Obama plans to abolish their communities and put them, their taxes and their schools under control of the Democrat big city mayors.
Kurtz details how Obama has long believed that the residents who fled the cities are racists and need to be dragged back into the cities to help solve the problems festering there. If Obama's plans for this forced redistribution became common knowledge, then it would be cause his re-election campaign to crash and burn.
Six short and to-the-point chapters entitled "Abolish the Suburbs, Manhattanizing America, In Up to His Eyeballs, Saul Alinsky Radical, A Suburb of the Mind, Redistribution Revolution, Fooled, Ruled, and Schooled" and "Obama in a New Light" plus lots of sources and notes and a good index make up the guts of this tome.
For those naïve suburban voters who have only been paying attention to mainstream media, if following the news at all, they don't realize that the so-called trillion-dollar stimulus plan was really just a poverty program that was intentionally mis-named to fool the voters. That's why it had almost no effect and certainly produced no improvements.Read more ›
Most Americans have probably never heard of David Rusk. Nor have they heard of Mike Kruglik, Peter Dreier, Linda Hammond-Darling or Myron Orfield. Each of these individuals are close political allies of President Barack Obama and are advocates of a movement called "regionalism" a/k/a "metropolitanism" a/k/a "smart growth". These and a host of others in the Obama administration are working behind the scenes quietly laying the groundwork for policies that will unquestionably "fundamentally transform America" should President Obama secure a second term. For now they are laying low knowing full well that if their radical intentions become common knowledge prior to the election Barack Obama will probably be defeated. But author Stanley Kurtz in on to them. In his compelling new book "Spreading the Wealth: How Obama Is Robbing The Suburbs To Pay For The Cities" Kurtz lays it all out for the American people in a logical, straightforward and easy-to-understand presentation. If you are an affluent, college-educated suburban voter you especially have cause for concern. Likewise, if you reside in rural areas your life could change dramatically as well. The dirty little secret is that Obama's "regionalist" agenda is a direct attack on a large segment of his own middle-class supporters. Believe me when I tell you that this is a book that Obama and his minions definitely do not want you to read.Read more ›
The book details the social engineers he is using and ideas Obama like's! And how does it with out people knowing!
Building One America, sound great but it's another term for Agenda 21 and regional controls with city's or population centers in complete control.
Central Government will get control bypass the states and work direct with city's to ANEX the suburban area's
s and then they tax share to the progressive city's.
Can I share,
In an April 2010 speech, Orfield explained the strategy.30 First, craft bills, like Waxman-Mar
key, that funnel federal grants through region wide metropolitan planning organizations, rather than states or localities. This tends to increase the power of regional governance at the expense of localities--especially suburbs, Orfield's real target. Then use the "accountability provisions" built into bills like the president's climate change initiative and the stimulus package to force regionalist goals--like fighting suburban "sprawl," pressing for the "economic integration" of housing, and the equalization of city and suburban school funding--on localiti
es.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Interesting book and well researched. I was more into Kirsten Stewart's book though, but this one is good.Published 4 months ago by analogkid2000
Great expose as usual by Stanley Kurtz. Like with Radical-in-Chief, leaves you with a lot to think about. Also gives you the chills when you really get to know who BO and. Read morePublished 5 months ago by JOHN KOESTER
I only wish a LOT more people had read this in time for the 2012 election.... we might have had a more healthy country right now. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rex Reads
Kurtz exposed Barrack Hussein Obama, his friends, their ideological basis and their quest to transform America into a nation of quibblings dependent upon a ubiquitous Levianthan... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Husker005