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Sean Hannity is intense and pointed, which is a favorable quality but reading his book with no other motivation or diversion does not help maintain interest in an otherwise well written and well documented book.
Even though I am a fairly regular listener of the Sean Hannity Show, this is the first Sean Hannity book I have read. I bought the book hoping to see a Conservative plan for victory I could get behind and support. I came away disappointed.
I think the book spends too much ink making the case against President Obama and not enough on putting forth a Conservative agenda and strategies that will lead to Conservative victories in 2010 and 2012. This book devoted approximately 114 pages to the case against President Obama, approximately 54 pages to Ronald Reagan's conservatism and the Republican Party and approximately 31 pages to Conservative principles, agenda and strategies. I would have preferred to see the numbers reversed.
Speaking as a Independent, if the Conservatives desire to win in 2010 and 2012, they are going to need a clear, well articulated plan and strategies that folks like me can understand and support. As articulate a Conservative spokesman as Sean is, I am disppointed the book did not go beyond just articulating Conservative principles and a listing of "Items for Victory."
I have listened to Sean Hannity off and on for the last few years, and while I agree with him on various points of political public policy, I greatly struggled to make it through this book.
Don't get me wrong, I struggle with lots of Obama's policies, but I bought this book thinking that it would contain a game plan for 2010, not just a bunch of Obama bashing.
And, as has been noted, Sean has brought up many of these points, if not all of them, on his TV and radio shows. If you stay current with him and his rhetoric, then this book may not be a worthwhile purchase.
This book was just a rehash of stuff I already knew and it didn't tell me anything new. I'm a right-wing "birther" so I'm very disappointed that Hanitty is too gutless to mention any of the mystery surrounding Obama's unknown place of origin, citizenship, and his refusal to turn over any record of any kind which proves who he is.