“Then I’ll get on my knees and pray, we don’t get fooled again. Don’t get fooled again.”

– The Who

“This is my last election. After my election, I have more flexibility.”

Those are the now famous words of Barack Obama to Russian President Medvedev in Seoul, South Korea, regarding his need for “more space” in dealing with the sticky issue of missile defense – when he thought his conversation was off-microphone.

In other words, Obama was ready to capitulate to Russia’s opposition to U.S. missile defense for Europe in his second term. But, understandably, he did not want make that position public so that it would become an issue in his campaign for re-election.

“The effects of Mr. Obama’s remarks in Seoul go beyond foreign affairs,” observed Karl Rove. “If the president believes it is important to his re-election to conceal from Americans his response to Russian demands to halt development of missile defense for Europe, voters have every right to ask: What other surprises does he plan to spring on us if he’s re-elected?”

We now have the unsettling answers to that question in the form of an election eve book by New York Times best-selling authors Aaron Klein and Brenda Elliott – “Fool Me Twice: Obama’s Shocking Plans for the Next Four Years Exposed.”

As the book rolls out this week with a media campaign reaching hundreds of radio shows, print outlets and radio talk shows, it represents the political dynamite needed to ensure Obama is not re-elected in November, so that he does not have the chance to institute an agenda even more radical than what he has already.

Is it possible that it could be so simple?

Can Obama really be stopped in 2012?

Can he be stopped by a Republican nominee who may not engender much more enthusiasm than did the GOP candidate in 2008?

Could this book be the equivalent of 2004’s “Unfit for Command”?

I believe the answer to all those questions is an unequivocal and passionate “yes.”

“Fool Me Twice,” officially released yesterday, is based on exhaustive, good, old-fashioned investigative reporting into the specific plans of the Obama team in 2013 and beyond.

While many Americans have general concerns about Obama’s second-term ambitions, “Fool Me Twice” lays bare the devastating details of a second Obama term. If he wins re-election in 2012, the America we love will become but a memory.

Just as Obama concealed the true plans for his first term behind rhetoric of ending partisan differences and cutting the federal deficit, Obama’s re-election theme of creating jobs conceals more than it reveals about his real agenda for a second term – the “progressive” program to complete the fundamental transformation of America during the next four years.

This book is filled with stunning revelations, including a second-term plan for a New Deal-style overhaul of the economy replete with the creation of a National Infrastructure Development Bank to oversee government control of the financial system; a massive, government-run jobs program to coincide with “paycheck fairness”; full amnesty for illegal aliens; de-funding of the U.S. military while channeling Pentagon money to “clean” energy initiatives; a new multi-billion dollar “green” stimulus; and implementation of Obamacare in measures nearly impossible to reverse.

But Klein and Elliott have come to the rescue.

Klein, by the way, is the dynamic, fearless and young investigative reporter who serves as the Jerusalem bureau chief for WND. He’s the reporter who broke a series of stories that led to the resignation of Obama czar Van Jones. He’s the reporter who first detailed Obama’s connections with domestic terrorist Bill Ayers during the 2008 presidential campaign. He’s the reporter who broke a story that John McCain referenced in that campaign about the enthusiastic support Obama got from terrorist groups in the Middle East. He’s the author of four books: “Schmoozing With Terrorists,” “The Late Great State of Israel,” the New York Times best-selling “Manchurian President” and “Red Army.” In addition, Klein hosts a weekly show on the largest radio station in America, New York’s WABC. Elliott was co-author of Klein’s previous two books, the New York Times best-seller “Manchurian President” and “Red Army,” and a researcher par excellence.

There are so many blockbuster scoops in this book that Mitt Romney’s campaign or some enterprising super PAC would be well-advised to make a series of TV commercials highlighting its revelations – some of which will shock even Democratic voters.

This could be the book that does in Obama – so help spread the word.

And don’t get fooled, again.

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