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What Obama didn't dispute in my book

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NEW YORK – The Obama campaign, in its 40-page “Unfit for Publication” commentary, alleged my book, “The Obama Nation,” contains lies, but as I documented in a rebuttal published on WorldNetDaily on Sept. 7, there is no substance to the allegations.

Now the campaign has failed to respond to my rejoinder, and except for some minor changes that will be made in the next printing of the book, I assume the Obama campaign agrees that my rejoinder arguments were convincing.

Moreover, I assume the Obama campaign took its best shot with “Unfit for Publication,” refuting every point in “The Obama Nation” that the Obama campaign considered false.

The result here is the chapter-by-chapter arguments from “The Obama Nation” that were not disputed in “Unfit for Publication.” Because the Obama campaign did not even attempt to refute these substantive arguments, I now assume the Obama campaign is conceding their truth.

Chapter 1: “Myths from My Father”

I consider the following arguments from “Myths from My Father,” the first chapter of “The Obama Nation,” are now conceded by “Unfit for Publication”:

These points were not disputed in “Unfit for Publication.”

Chapter 2, “Strangers in Strange Lands”

I consider the following arguments from “Strangers in Strange Lands,” the second chapter of “The Obama Nation,” are now conceded as true by “Unfit for Publication”:

These points were not disputed in “Unfit for Publication.”

Chapter 3, “Black Rage, Drugs, and a Communist Mentor”

I consider the following arguments from “Black Rage, Drugs, and a Communist Mentor,” the third chapter of “The Obama Nation,” are now conceded as true by “Unfit for Publication”:

These points were not disputed in “Unfit for Publication.”

Chapter 4, “Kenya, Odinga, Communism, and Islam”

I consider the following arguments from “Kenya, Odinga, Communism, and Islam,” the fourth chapter of “The Obama Nation,” are now conceded as true by “Unfit for Publication”:

These points were not disputed in “Unfit for Publication.”

Chapter 5, “The Ideology of ‘Change'”

I consider the following arguments from “The Ideology of ‘Change,'” the fifth chapter of “The Obama Nation,” are now conceded as true by “Unfit for Publication”:

These points were not disputed in “Unfit for Publication.”

Chapter 6, “Tony Rezko and ‘The Chicago Way'”

I consider the following arguments from “Tony Rezko and ‘The Chicago Way,'” the sixth chapter of “The Obama Nation,” are now conceded as true by “Unfit for Publication”:

These points were not disputed in “Unfit for Publication.”

Chapter 7, “Meet Reverend Wright”

I consider the following arguments from “Meet Reverend Wright,” the seventh chapter of “The Obama Nation,” are now conceded as true by “Unfit for Publication”:

These points were not disputed in “Unfit for Publication.”

Chapter 8, “The Cult of Personality”

I consider the following arguments from “The Cult of Personality,” the eighth chapter of “The Obama Nation,” are now conceded as true by “Unfit for Publication”:

These points were not disputed in “Unfit for Publication.”

Chapter 9, “A Far-Left Domestic Policy”

I consider the following arguments from “A Far-Left Domestic Policy,” the ninth chapter of “The Obama Nation,” are now conceded as true by “Unfit for Publication”:

These points were not disputed in “Unfit for Publication.”

Chapter 10, “Obama’s Antiwar, Anti-Israel Foreign Policy”

I consider the following arguments from “Obama’s Antiwar, Anti-Israel Foreign Policy,” the 10th chapter of “The Obama Nation,” are now conceded as true by “Unfit for Publication”:

These points were not disputed in “Unfit for Publication.”

Given the substantive issues in “The Obama Nation” that have not been refuted by the Obama campaign, the attacks against the book have been ideologically motivated.

As I pointed out in my 60-page rejoinder, even though “The Obama Nation” has been called “discredited,” the book is only discredited when the Obama campaign and its political supporters in the media appoint themselves both judge and jury.

As we have acknowledged, “The Obama Nation” contained minor mistakes typical to first editions. The Obama campaign has yet to prove a single lie in the book in that the statements and claims in the book remain factual and fully documented, as this statement and my rejoinder make clear.

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