No He Can’t

No He Can’t: How Barack Obama Is Dismantling Hope And  Change

By: Kevin McCullough

No He Can’t is actually a very typical political book. Political books, unless focused on one specific topic, tend to just give a brief synopsis of the author’s political philosophy applied to the issues. When written about a particular politician or political figure of an opposing philosophy it tends to give more rebuke and be more of a political critique. So then, books of this nature do not really need a person as a subject (such as this one has Barack Obama as it’s subject). It would be better to simply write another book on why my political philosophy is correct and yours is in error type of a book in my opinion. If you no problem with alot of criticism of a person and happen to dislike Barack Obama (which I’ll admit I’m no fan at all) you’ll have no problems here. If you prefer a more issue based non-personal approach to political issues perhaps you should look elsewhere. Either way, unless your a conservative (or at least someone who is on the right politically) you’ll hate this book. I would certainly agree with the author a great deal on his political views but am starting to get the you’ve read one you’ve read them all feel on political books. Final thoughts: enjoyable book but lacks anything special to make it stand out among our modern selection of books on Amereican politics. Still, not bad.

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