The Obama Factor is an unbiased political romance novel that tells the entire story of the 2008 presidential campaign that led to Obama’s win. This novel also depicts the major issues that plagued American politics and society in 2008, including the Wall Street bailout, corporate corruption, the economic crash, and how the Illuminati global elite control U.S. economy, government and society. This fiction novel is historically accurate as it weaves all the major events of the 2008 campaign and Wall Street Bailout into an entertaining and informative book. Thus, making it important literature on political and social history.
The Obama Factor is the story of two lovely young career women, in Chicago, who encounter intrigue, danger, romance, and disenchantment as they personally witness all aspects of the 2008 election and the government bailout for banks and financial corporations. Jennifer McCloud is white, and Robin Booth is African American, both age 29. Robin volunteers for Obama, but her boyfriend, Damon, an attorney, prefers Hillary Clinton in the primary, which causes them to argue and break up. Jennifer is a Republican and a McCain volunteer. And Robin’s co-worker, Katie, supports Democrat John Edwards. In The Obama Factor, Robin is an executive assistant to Mitch Conroy, the selfish, fraudulent CEO at MTN, a top investment firm seeking government bailout billions. Jennifer meets the powerful, cold and insensitive CFO of MTN, Victor Guiness, a billionaire, whose Washington connections help set up MTN to get billions from the Wall Street bailout. Guiness is a member of the Illuminati, based on a true to life global organization that controls world economies, governments, the media and presidents, with secret designs to reduce world population to 500 million and rule the world. In a gothic type romance, Guiness is a modern-day Frankenstein monster who lusts to amass more billions of dollars to his fortune and lusts for power! Guiness stalks Jennifer, meets her, and falls in love with her, with plans to kill her and others. When MTN gets its bailout billions, the CEO Mitch throws an expensive celebration party at a lavish California resort for MTN’s clients and staff. Minor characters include Arnold Smith who volunteers for the Obama campaign to try and sabotage the campaign. Smith works with newspaperman Peter Parker who uses numerous devious tricks to try and stop Obama from winning the election. Robin’s Aunt Pauline is an aging playgirl more hilarious than Medea, who lives beyond her means via credit cards and becomes faced with foreclosure.