Does President Obama Work for the American People, or Lockheed Martin?: A Book of Revelations
by Michael Hastings
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I am a ghost writer.
In life, I was a Washington outsider and investigative reporter who knew more about what was going on in Washington than most insiders did.
I saw General Stanley McChrystal -- the commanding general of international and U.S. forces in Afghanistan -- and his staff-- letting off steam, partying, and openly bashing the Obama administration for what McChrystal and his staff saw as a lack of leadership. When my investigative report on McChrystal appeared in Rolling Stone, it set off a political firestorm -- McChrystal was ordered to Washington where he was fired unceremoniously.
With access to the Obama re-election machine in the "panic of 2012," I reported the behind-the-scenes story of the Obama campaign trail: from the Democratic convention to Obama's self-destructive performance at the first debate -- all culminating in Obama's incredible victory in the early morning hours of November 7th.
On June 18, 2013, I died in a single vehicle automobile crash in my Mercedes C250 Coupé in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles at 4:25 a.m. Before I burned up, I suffered arm fractures, head injuries, rib fractures, pelvic fractures, skull fractures, injuries to my brain, lacerations of my liver, bruising of my lungs, damage to my heart, and a tear in my thoracic aorta.?
I died under suspicious circumstances.
In this e-book, I present my objective research on President Obama and the Obama Administration. I present the facts, just the facts. My report is comprehensive, yet concise.
In the end, President Obama's legacy is not in the hands of his contemporary world, national, or local leaders, politicians, pundits, reporters, critics, future historians, university professors, friends, or golfing partners.
In the end, President Obama's legacy rests in the minds and hearts of the American people.
My hope for America is that in some small way my objective research will contribute to the way President Obama's legacy is viewed now and in the future.
Genre: Politics & Social Sciences
Length: 12 Pages (6,585 KB)Lending: EnabledAdded: Jul 6th, 2020