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Obama Zombies: How the Liberal Machine Brainwashed My Generation Paperback – Bargain Price, February 15, 2011

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“Jason Mattera is a national treasure. You’ve seen him ambush interview and demolish some of liberalism’s biggest names. Now he’s served our nation yet again by exposing the liberal lunatics who gave us President Obama. Piercing, eye-opening, and deliciously witty, Obama Zombies is required reading for an entire generation who have been sold liberal lies.”

—Ann Coulter, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Guilty: Liberal “Victims” and Their Assault on America

“A heat-seeking missile aimed straight at the Cult of Obama. Explosive, devastating, and rib-crackingly hilarious, Obama Zombies is a must-read for every citizen who cares about protecting freedom for future generations of America. If you know an Obama Zombie who needs awakening, buy this book now!”

—Michelle Malkin, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Culture of Corruption: Obama and His Team of Tax Cheats, Crooks, and Cronies

“Jason Mattera is an incisive, tenacious champion of the right. His continuing work to expose liberal bias on campus always makes for a blockbuster interview!”

—Mark Larson, radio personality, 1170 AM KCBQ (San Diego)

“Jason Mattera is sharp, confident, and articulate. He is a solid example of the next generation of conservative leadership. . . . America will be in good hands in the future.”

—Kirby Wilbur, radio personality, AM 570 KVI (Seattle)

About the Author

Jason Mattera, 27, is a New York Times bestselling author and the youngest editor of a national periodical, HUMAN EVENTS.


Mattera has appeared on virtually every major talk radio and television program, including: The O’Reilly Factor, Hannity, Fox & Friends, Imus, Washington Journal, the Laura Ingraham Show, Mark Levin Show, Mancow, Neal Boortz, and scores more.


He also hosts The Jason Mattera Show on News Talk Radio 77 WABC.


Well-known for his trademark “ambush interviews,” Mattera’s video takedowns of top liberals have gone viral and become internet legends.


When he’s not busy editing HUMAN EVENTS or punking liberals, Jason enjoys eating organic foods, recycling his trash, and devising ways to convert Angelina Jolie to conservatism.




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Product Details

  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Threshold Editions; Reprint edition (February 15, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1439172080
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 5 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (124 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,121,861 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Hardcover
I can't believe where we are at this present time in America. My whole family voted for Barack...I mean my whole family..we are all white working class people. We usually get together for major family events, of which was my mother's 85th birthday. It was not too long before politics was brought up and I have to say, on save my admitted socialist sister attending NYU journalism program, we are all kinda' shell shocked about what just went down in D.C. with the vote on health care. We all talk about how this system needs fixing, as a couple of us are in the health care industry. But, the way this was passed has left most, not all, but most of us very troubled.

And, after we calmed down a bit, when the food arrived...very hungry at this point, we had come to the conclusion that we voted for Barack Obama more because we were not happy about still being in Iraq and Afghanistan and all it was costing. 20/20 retrospect can be very powerfull and there are some very sober, very troubled souls in my family now, wondering if we had made a mistake voting for Barack, save my scialist leaning sister who has no issues with the way things are shaping up. She's very hopeful, even now. That's my sis.

However, I think the main worry we are having is that the administration is not listening to we that want a little bit more fiscal restraint and moderation on spending. And, when my retired family members heard that Obama is warming up to the idea of nationalizing our 401k retirement plans, that was a real shocker. I don't know if this is true; but, if it is, I don't think there would be many more votes from my family for his re-election in 2012. I hope that's not true. We are worried.
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In Obama Zombies, Jason Mattera gives an informative, fact-filled, and often hilarious account of the highly sophisticated, highly integrated, new media marketing effort conducted by the Obama campaign during the 2008 election season and beyond to galvanize 18 - 29 year old voters, turning them into "Obama Zombies" - young Americans attracted to Obama by his "hip" style and his empty-headed "Hope - Change - Yes, We Can" rhetoric.

It is truly impressive (and a bit scary) to learn how effectively Team Obama utilized every facet of new media - the internet, cable T.V., and cell phone technology - to attract and organize young voters via Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and text messaging. By working with the founders and owners of several of these new internet giants (such as Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes) the Obama campaign was able to leave the McCain campaign in the dust of its young voter outreach.

Mattera makes no effort to hide his disdain of the many college-age Americans who lack a basic knowledge of American history and government and whose political discourse is banal, vulgar, and ignorant. He advertizes and argues for his conservative outlook throughout the book. So, no one should complain that the author is posing as an objective, non-partisan observer, nor even that he is just another conservative political hack. "Obama Zombies" is educational not only for anyone involved in politics, but also for business people interested in learning how to effectively utilize new media for marketing products and services. Obama Zombies should even be taught in political science courses as a historical narrative on how the Obama organization has brought about a new paradigm in political campaigns . The book is fact-filled, well-documented, and footnoted; it is very well-written and formatted. Obama Zombies is must-reading for anyone who wants to learn how effective political campaigns will be run from now on.
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By S.G. on April 7, 2010
Format: Hardcover
I am a high school senior and have been curious as to why most of my friends support Obama with very little in substance to say about him. They really don't have reasons and don't seem to know much at all about how our government works, our constitution, the founding fathers, or basic economics. Going along with everything Obama does just seems to be the easy and popular thing to do. I received this book from someone who believes it is up to my generation to know more about what is happening, and be more proactive. I was honestly quite surprised by the extent of the manipulation of people my age and those who are now in college and in their twenties. This book has been helpful and I feel more confident in making political decisions based on what I believe and information I choose to gather, rather than what I am simply presented with.
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This is a great book. I highly recommend it.

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Jason Mattera is not afraid to say what everyone is thinking. We've seen him manhandle liberal congressmen in the halls of the Capitol and on cable news. Now he reveals the brainwashing of a young generation in his very first book. Mattera's writing is sharp, funny and fresh. This is the beginning of a new generation of young conservative thought. All young adults need to read this book and learn how to think independently. Buy it now. I loved it and you will, too.
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Yes, I too was amazed how a generation of young people (along with a lot of older people who should know better), all catapulted a Chicago Machine politician with almost no business experience and who thinks like a college sophomore into the highest office in the Land, not realizing that his agenda was not some kind kind of cool "New Left" ideology made in the Apple I-Phone era, but rather, policy written back in the 1970s, and with the rubber stamp of approval from cynical unions and special interests (the teachers' unions, trial lawyers, etc.). I was truly shocked as someone who lived in Chicago, that people could be this damn naive and think that any Democrat from Chicago could possibly be uncorrupted by the "Machine".

Now to the book: I have not read the entire thing, but read a good part of it. The chapter on health care is very timely, now that Pelosi and Obama have rammed through their health care "agenda" using parliamentary tactics not seen in America since the robber barons of the 1880s (perhaps Hugo Chavez's Venezuela would be a better example). The author asks, "what would happen to your auto insurance if insurers were not allowed to charge anyone any more than anyone else, and had to accept everyone ? Well, of course, your policy would become much more expensive, and that is exactly what will happen with health care.

Mattera demolishes the "40 million uninsured" argument, showing that most of them have access to insurance, but just have not gotten around to applying for it. Solution: force them to !! Many of the uninsured are not even American, they are illegals from Mexico. And many make over $ 50,000 a year. Some just choose to buy a Blackberry instead of insurance.
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