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-- -- Thank you very much are Republicans and Democrats are getting ready for Election Day November about what all happened after the election and in particular what would end up a second term if that man featured right there is reelected -- United States.
Campbell about look like joining us now is author of fool me twice Obama's shocking plans for the next four years exposed -- Klein good to see yet thank you for having me all right first of all how did you get all this information that seems like it would be information -- The administration would want to just throw out there.
Actually a lot of the people in the mainstream media could you just what I did and that is that.
The very Sam progressive organizations and key activists.
Who crafted who perfected Obama's first term strategy I'm talking to people who helped to write the stimulus bill.
Who helped to craft -- health care legislation.
They actually have been very hard at work at Obama's second term that and I got to continue those same pieces on the agenda.
It's not I'm not saying -- 100% every single thing in the book -- meets west will be implemented exactly as it is but this will be the blueprint this is the wish list for Obama's second term.
On jobs on the economy on immigration reform on health care on a whole slew of a very specific issues.
This -- -- take some looks at some of the specific things you just mentioned you mentioned immigration reform.
You feel that if President Obama gets a second term if he doesn't is if congress doesn't play ball with them he's just gonna change the laws.
By executive Fiat.
-- both executive Fiat and also through inter agency directives which for example and again we have -- specifics in there.
We're talking de facto amnesty for millions of people howdy do by -- -- there would be an executive order for example to identify a vulnerable population.
And they actually defined vulnerable population as among several other things including.
-- that anybody who contributes and who has a salary that then goes to the family and apparently is -- -- that's pretty much every -- Illegal immigrant living in the US there as well -- also.
I'm taking -- the border agents' ability to do their job even.
-- on specific areas where illegals cannot be apprehended throughout the country and putting cemeteries all sorts of other things not -- cuts also this is kind of frightening.
Yeah actually this comes from -- so am -- reports that informed Obama's first term agenda specifically on the military.
And that already helped to slash the military and some massive -- but that was just the beginning during the first term the second term we're talking about more slashes.
Up to possibly -- -- percent of they have their way.
Of armed forces of of of ground troops.
Of the air force and what's shocking is that only do we have the actual specifics of what they might Kotnik submarines.
Legged guy you van Obama's nuclear the president that the United States nuclear arsenal.
But this savings get this would be used for a possible new greens stimulus of course it wasn't there.
Where would you expect that wanted to -- -- tail -- and finally on the campaign trail we heard it again last night with the the Romney hood thing where it talks about fairness and class warfare class envy and stuff like that what is economic fairness yes.
Economic fairness by the way which comes over it and originally from -- -- dot trend line about spreading the wealth but in fool me twice we have this specific economic fairness plans we're talking paycheck fairness.
Where among other things the government would actually determine.
What would be fair compensation for huge job we're talking private jobs not just public jobs and and and you feel and read the notes that you know -- has do with minimum wage and -- anyway it's actually living -- set to -- the the bar it's fascinating stuff I check out the book it's -- fool me twice here -- -- When we listen either on the radio here in New York City think -- much for tax --
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