Miki did a fabulous work on bring out the Truth about the person in the WH. Unfortunately for most the truth hurts so much that they just can’t handle it. However, if you accept the truth it will set you free and you will know the truth. As with this book, some may find it offensive because they can’t/don’t want to accept the truth and facts are facts. by Woody Williams Read more
I enjoyed reading it as I like a variety of books, regardless of whether I embrace the entire complexity of the political viewpoint in the book. Chapter 38 was exceptionally noteworthy. In the final analysis, I thought the writing style was innovative in that chapters alternated between the political and the personal, with my favorite being the personal chapters. by lovetoread Read more
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This review is from: Memoirs of a Community Organizer from Hawai’i (Kindle Edition)
Very entertaining read! I love the conversational style. It comes across as if Miki were sitting across from you at the kitchen table, making sure you could understand just what had happened. Whether historical background or current events, Mrs. Booth has done her due diligence, digging for facts and connections. As I read, there developed more of a sense of foreboding for the fate of America. When I had finished the last page, the summary presented in the Epilogue left me wondering, ‘What on earth can we do?’ We can do as Miki has done: Dig deeper for the truth. I’m looking forward to her next book!
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“As a gubernatorial candidate and having been on the inside of politics, I am writing a strong recommendation for this book. However, I also recommend a note of caution to the casual reader.
There are such diabolical forces at work, the casual reader does not have the capacity to honestly assess the intel this book unveils. J. Edgar Hoover once noted that the average American (Christian) is “incapable” of facing truths of such diabolical nature — that is, certain truths are so diabolical, they are deemed too wicked to be conceivable or true. Hence, good Americans (Christians) merely dismiss it.
It has been my experience that J. Edgar Hoover was completely correct. Consequently, I suspect the light-hearted average American (Christian) will not likely face the facts within this book, should they have the courage to read it. That is the greater travesty.
Moreover, this greater travesty is yet worse than the abominable powers that control America through their puppet, Obama. As a side note, Obama is not the first puppet in the White House and certainly will not be the last. Obama is, however, the most overt criminal to transition America.
Indeed, America is in its final days. Read this book, if you have the backbone for truth.”
~Gino DiSimone, Independent Nevada Gubernatorial Candidate, 2012
This book is exactly what I found out when I was investigating him during the 2008 elections. It’s a must to read. I have it now on recommend list. by democrat
One of the best educations I’ve had regarding Obama’s ineligibility status has come from the pen of Miki Booth in her book Memoirs of a Community Organizer from Hawaii. I was not only inspired, but I was thoroughly educated from the perspective that only Miki Booth can render. by Dr. James David Manning Read more
Very entertaining read! I love the conversational style. It comes across as if Miki were sitting across from you at the kitchen table, making sure you could understand just what had happened. Whether historical background or current events, Mrs. Booth has done her due diligence, digging for facts and connections. by igrowstuff Read more
This book is very well written and addresses a most important issue in America at this time. I found the book to be very heartfelt and honest. Ms. Booth used her own experiences in bringing to light an issue which for some reason..the press wishes to hide. We need more books like this one as it shows that we are IN America and have the right to expression. by americafirst Read more