Boston, MA, United States., March 13, 2017 — The GOP made a deal with Beelzebub after Barack Obama’s 2008 election. In Barack vs. the Anti-PC: Laying the Groundwork for a 2016 Donald Trump Presidential Run, Tom Ersin chronicles how the Republican Party inadvertently enabled Trump’s rise to power and his takeover of their party.
Book — Barack vs. the Anti-PC: Laying the Groundwork for a 2016 Donald Trump Presidential Run (Big Table Publishing Co., $17.)
Contact — Tom Ersin (review copies, media requests, etc.)
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Big Table Publishing Co. has announced the release of Barack vs. the Anti-PC: Laying the Groundwork for a 2016 Donald Trump Presidential Run, by Tom Ersin. Mr. Trump did not rise to the presidency on his good looks (or manners). The Republican Party made a deal with Beelzebub after Barack Obama’s 2008 election. In return for tea party support of anti-Obama obstructionism, the GOP looked the other way and gave tacit approval to race-baiting and xenophobia. The Donald saw his opening, and Republican leaders ultimately lost their influence. Forget tacitness (that’s a real word – the author looked it up). Trump openly cheered the rampant intolerant nativism and anti-PC sentiment. The GOP base cheered him back, and he took over their party.
Barack vs. the Anti-PC is a humorously serious, chronological commentary of articles and essays interspersed with quotes and headlines. Most of these were published originally in the author’s magazine during Obama’s first term and second campaign. The book lays out the gradual loss of Republican leaders’ control over their own party. By not denouncing the bigotry, they unwittingly told their people anything goes. Donald Trump heard that message loud and clear. To its shock, the GOP establishment has now reaped what it has sown. Barack vs. the Anti-PC documents that sowing.
“A presentation of behind-the-scenes events most Americans are probably not aware of … literate, breezy, easy to understand and absorb … Republicans with a sense of humor will enjoy this book almost as much as Democrats. Republicans with no sense of humor will need antacid pills.” (– Robert Hilliard, Ph.D., playwright, author of Phillipa and The Greener Trees)
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