Just like his lukewarm predecessors Gerald Ford, George H.W. Bush, Bob Dole, and John McCain, Mitt Romney will lose the election this fall, which means the time is now for patriots to begin planning for 2016 lest they risk getting fooled again by the Republican establishment.
So says best-selling conservative author Gregg Jackson and nationally-syndicated radio host Steve Deace, the co-authors of the explosive new book We Won’t Get Fooled Again: Where the Christian Right Went Wrong and How to Make America Right Again. Endorsed by former presidential candidate Mike Huckabee and former Congressman J.C. Watts, We Won’t Get Fooled Again documents 30 years of failed political activism by conservatives, including interviews with several of the movement’s leading figures like Ann Coulter and Tom Minnery, of Focus on the Family.
“Moderates never win presidential elections and Romney won’t either,” said Jackson. You can’t trust anything Romney says in one news cycle, let alone over the long haul. Whenever the American people are faced with the choice of liberal or liberal-light, they always go with the outright liberal. That’s how we got Obama in the first place, and thanks to the GOP and the failure of many conservative leaders, 2008 is repeating itself all over again.”
Deace, who also writes for Townhall.com, concurs. “Romney has all the lame of Bob Dole plus the flip-flopping integrity of John Kerry,” Deace said. “Right now in the White House we have a committed leftist the American people seem poised to reject, but leave it to the Republican establishment to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory yet again by nominating someone who has a record of healthcare mandates, taxpayer-funded abortions, and support for the homosexual agenda that rivals Obama.”
To watch the trailer for the book, and to read a free sample chapter, go online to www.wontgetfooled.com.
Gregg Jackson is the bestselling author of Conservative Comebacks To Liberal Lies. He hosted talk shows on KDAR in Los Angeles and WRKO in Boston.
Steve Deace is a nationally syndicated talk show host on Salem Radio Network.
For more information, for a review copy of the book, or to schedule an interview with Gregg Jackson or Steve Deace, please contact Annie Fischer at 617-519-5447 or firstname.lastname@example.org.