Fool Me Twice

Obama's Shocking Plans for the Next Four Years Exposed

@FoolMeTwice2012 billboard will greet Dem convention goers on I-85 in Charlotte

Dem delegates will face this billboard along Interstate 85 in Charlotte, NC, for their nominating convention in a couple weeks — and “they might want to avoid the popular travel routes passing East Ridge Shopping Center and hope that no one gets ill and needs to stop by the nearby Gaston Memorial Hospital.”

WND.com writes:

The eye-catching billboard shares the title of a book, “Fool Me Twice,” which has as its full title “Fool Me Twice: Obama’s Shocking Plans for the Next Four Years Exposed,” – expected by WND Books founder Joseph Farah to be the biggest political book of the election year.

Republicans attending the RNC convention in Tampa will get this view next week.

‘Fool Me Twice’ #2 on Amazon’s ‘Election Heat Map’ for Political Books in U.S.

“Americans are buying more ‘Red’ books than ‘Blue’,” according to Amazon.com.

Amazon’s Election Heat Map shows ‘Blue’ book purchases selling at 44% and ‘Red’ books at 56%. In the ‘Red’ column, The Amateur and Fool Me Twice are in first and second place respectively.

Dianna Dilworth reports at MediaBistro.com:

    The top selling red books include: The Amateur by Edward Klein; Fool Me Twice: Obama’s Plans For the Next Four Years Exposed by Aaron Klein and Brenda Elliott; and Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination that Changed America Forever by Martin Dugard and Bill O’Reilly. The top selling blue books include: A People’s History of the United States by Howard Zinn; The New New Deal by Michael Grunwald; and The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander and Cornell West.

Of great interest are the authors of the top ‘Blue’ books. The late historian, Howard Zinn, has been proven to have been a member of the Communist Party, and Cornell West, a Barack Obama supporter, is a Marxist intellectual and black liberation theology proponent.

‘Blue’ books next in line are by Democratic Socialists of America honorary chair, Barbara Ehrenreich, and George Soros associate, socialist Joseph E. Stiglitz.

It’s ironic that these top-selling ‘Blue’ books were penned by REDS.

Aaron Klein on ‘Huckabee’ this weekend and on ‘Lou Dobbs’ show again tonight

Tonight, Aaron will appear again on the Lou Dobbs show on Fox Business News.

Aaron Klein’s appearance on Fox News Channel’s Huckabee show with former governor, Mike Huckabee, played four times over the weekend.

‘Anti-Obama’ books by Kleins dominate NYT bestseller list. ‘Fool Me Twice,’ ‘The Amateur’ selling big across the nation

WND.com, August 18, 2012 — The New York Times bestseller list today [Week of August 26, 2012] features two books critical of President Obama, each penned by authors whose last name is Klein.

Ed Klein’s The Amateur, which has graced the bestseller list for weeks, including the top spot, shot back to #2 for hardcover nonfiction.

Debuting at No. 18 spot on the same list today is Fool Me Twice by radio host and WND reporter Aaron Klein. The book, written with co-author Brenda J. Elliott, purports to lay out the specific policy prescriptions Obama will attempt to enact if he is reelected in November.

[Note: The Amateur is at #3 for Combined Print and eBook Non-Fiction and Fool Me Twice is #25 in the same category. Fool Me Twice ranks at #26 in eBooks.]

The full title is Fool Me Twice: Obama’s Shocking Plans for the Next Four Years Exposed. The book is ranked at #24 in Amazon best sellers.

Klein, already a New York Times bestselling author, kicked off a busy national media tour by appearing on the Fox and Friends television program early last week. He was featured for two segments today on Huckabee on Fox News.

When asked by one of the hosts of “Fox and Friends” where he was able to find the information for Fool Me Twice, Klein pointed out that he and co-author Elliott only “did what a lot of people in the mainstream media could do if they only look at the progressive organizations and key individuals who wrote the stimulus bill and health-care legislation and what they have been writing since, which serve as a blueprint for Obama’s second-term agenda.”

Fool Me Twice claims to unveil all the main areas of Obama’s second-term domestic policy onslaught–jobs, wages, health care, immigration “overhaul,” electoral “reform,” national energy policy, Pentagon plans and more.

Ed Klein’s The Amateur, meanwhile, advertises that it pulls back the curtain on “one of the most secretive White Houses in history.”

Klein purports to reveals “a callow, thin-skinned, arrogant” president with “messianic dreams of grandeur” supported by a cast of true-believers, all of them “united by leftist politics and an amateurish understanding of executive leadership.”

Note: Fool Me Twice is now available for download on iTunes.

Radio host trashes ‘Fool Me Twice’ after interview. ‘I get a little tired of the hate stuff … or that Obama is some sort of Manchurian’

Michael Carl writes at WND.com:

Fool Me Twice co-author Brenda Elliott got a taste of intolerance today after her interview with Brian Byers, host of the “Byers and Company” morning radio program on WSOY in Decatur, Ill.

When the brief interview ended, Byers immediately chastised his co-host, Lindsay Romano, for booking Elliott and told her he had no use for his copies of Fool Me Twice, and she could give them away to listeners.

After extended banter about why Elliott was booked for the show, Byers said that while he thinks Obama is wrong on many issues, he didn’t like “this whole sort of conspiracy” theorizing.

“I don’t mind philosophical differences or pointing out the differences on candidates and where they stand on the issues, but I get a little tired of the hate stuff,” he said. “On both sides – that Mitt Romney’s some evil human being and that, you know, lets people die, or that President Obama is some sort of Manchurian candidate not born here.

“I get tired of it,” he continued. “There are plenty of important things to debate. The economy being chief among them.”

Co-authored with WND’s Aaron Klein, Fool Me Twice: Obama’s Shocking Plans for the Next Four Years Exposed forecasts Obama’s second-term policies based on the plans of the progressive groups that have helped craft current White House policy.

Early in the interview, Byers asked Elliott: “If there’s not a mandate to be re-elected, what does [Obama] do in the next four years?”

“Oh, anything he wants to. It’s not going to matter whatsoever whether Republicans control both houses of Congress or not,” Elliott said. “He has already proven that he will use executive orders. He will use the power of his various czars and committees and branches to accomplish piece-by-piece whatever he wants.

“Since we finished the book, we’ve had no less than a dozen other things that have been enacted. We’ve seen the amnesty for illegal youth who came to the country five years ago or more. I mean nothing is going to stop him from carrying out the plans and progressive agenda,” Elliott said.

The interview can be heard in its entirety here.

Byers asked Elliott about health care and other federal programs and concluded the interview by asking about plans to cut the military budget. Elliott explained that the research shows Obama plans to use the military to enforce green jobs.

“There’s a report out there about even training our military to be used in peacekeeping roles against Americans,” Elliott said.

She had only been speaking a few minutes when Byers abruptly ended the interview.

He turned to Romano and asked, “Did you read this book?”

“I’ve got a book for giveaway,” Romano said.

“I have a couple of them you can have,” Byers said. “You felt compelled to book this thing, huh?”

“Yes,” she said.

‘You really don’t like President Obama do you?” Byers asked.

“Well, no, that’s not … ” she said.

“I get a lot of these from you, I mean, my bookshelf is lined up to the bars. There’s stacks of these anti-Obama books that Lindsay orders,” Byers said.

“It’s not that I order them. It’s just that’s what’s being published,” Romano said.

“Excuse me, you really dislike our president do you?” Byers said.

With a touch of sarcasm, Romano said, “Yeah, that’s why, yes.”

“Tell me. She has an agenda here, Zach. I think it’s important to share with the people,” Byers said.

“I do not have an agenda,” Romano said.

“Did I ask you to book this?” Byers said.

“No, I’m just telling you that … ” Romano responded.

“That I asked you book this … ” Byers said.

“No,” Romano.

“That I requested this book,” Byers said. “Did I say, hey, I really wanted to read this?”

“No, that’s not how it works,” Romano said.

“No, I, uh, 875-1340. Can we get a caller here to take it?” Byers said.

“How about both of them?” Romano said.

“If we really want to screw them, we can give them three,” Byers said.

“I only have two copies,” Romano said.

“The first two callers, at 875-1340, will get a copy of, Fool Me Twice by the bestselling authors of The Manchurian President and Red Army,” Byers said.

Byers then said he thought “there are plenty of reasons to not vote to re-elect President Obama,” but its the promotion of “conspiracies” he didn’t like, noting he posted on his Facebook page today an item addressing a smear against Republican presumptive presidential nominee Mitt Romney.

Released yesterday by WND Books, Fool Me Twice is based on exhaustive research into Obama’s upcoming detailed presidential plans and policies. It examines the specific second-term recommendations of major “progressive” groups behind Obama and the Democratic leadership – the organizations that help craft legislation and set the political and rhetorical agenda for the president and his allies.

NOTE from Brenda — The rest of the story: What you cannot tell from the audio clip is that this was scheduled as a 20-minute interview and that the host, Byers, hung up on me abruptly just as he began to say “thank you.” A family member was listening in to the interview and emailed me immediately about Byers trash-talking the book.

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