Video: Brad O'Leary, Bestselling author discusses his look at Barack Obama: The Audacity of Deceit

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May 18, 2009 — Bestselling author and political analyist Brad O'Leary discusses his revealing look at Barack Obama: "The Audacity of Deceit."

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http://www.OLearyReport.com
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http://www.BarackObamaTest.com
http://www.ATINews.com

O'Leary Report reports on his latest polling revealing Obama's weaknesses which conservatives can use to stop his agenda and win back strength in Congress. Obama gets high poll results on style, but low marks for substance. The American people are center-right, Obama isn't; and he predicts 2010 will be a great year for the GOP.

Mr. O'Leary also discusses how polling questions are worded can greatly affect the outcome. O'Leary dared ask if people thought 'abortion is manslaughter', and 57% of the public agreed--and the NY Times went ballistic (but NYT asked the same question themselves and got the same result!).

Listen and learn from one of the top political analysts in the country!

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