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Dinesh D´Souza´s ´America´ warns Hillary
Clinton will ´finish off´ the country

Washington Examiner, by Paul Bedard

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Posted By:KarenJ1, 5/30/2014 7:20:25 PM

In his highly anticipated new book and movie "America," conservative author Dinesh D´Souza is warning that Hillary Clinton won´t be a clone of her moderate husband, but will instead take the baton from President Obama to continue radicalizing the country and “undo the nation´s founding ideals.” "America -- Imagine a World Without Her," published by Regnery and set for release Monday, charges that as students of radical organizer Saul Alinsky, Obama and Clinton could have enough time to “unmake and then remake America” into a nation the founding fathers wouldn´t recognize.

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I believe he is absolutely correct. Clinton will pretend to move to the center for election purposes and veer back to the hard left where she thrives. She would complete the destruction Obama has started because she has seen how unbelievably easy it has been for him to completely ignore all rules of law. That is if there is anything left he hasn´t destroyed when he leaves office.

      


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In his highly anticipated new book and movie "America," conservative author Dinesh D´Souza is warning that Hillary Clinton won´t be a clone of her moderate husband, but will instead take the baton from President Obama to continue radicalizing the country and “undo the nation´s founding ideals.” "America -- Imagine a World Without Her," published by Regnery and set for release Monday, charges that as students of radical organizer Saul Alinsky, Obama and Clinton could have enough time to “unmake and then remake America” into a nation the founding fathers wouldn´t recognize.

   

 

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