Marybeth Hicks

It’s incumbent on all of us to assess not only the performance in office that has Mr. Obama’s poll numbers plummeting, but more importantly, the moral character of our president.

Conservative columnist, attorney and best-selling author David Limbaugh says, “As fellow guardians of the public trust we have a duty to examine a politician’s record, his actions, and all of his statements, not just the ones that we want to hear.”

In his new book, Crimes Against Liberty, Limbaugh meticulously lays out the President’s offenses to Americans, our institutions, and our general welfare and standing in the world. It’s startling to see how much evidence Limbaugh has amassed in such a short time to illustrate the contempt for his fellow citizens that underlies Mr. Obama’s words and deeds. [Full disclosure: I am a fellow Regnery Publishing author].

“The American people, and especially astute pundits and commentators, should not have been fooled by Obama's masquerade as a post-partisan,” Limbaugh told me. “Obama's true plans were there for all but the willfully obtuse to see and no one has a reasonable excuse for being fooled by his extreme liberalism, even though he adamantly denied it during the campaign.”

It’s disappointing, to be sure. But we can’t pretend we don’t know him now.

Marybeth Hicks

Marybeth Hicks is the author of Don't Let the Kids Drink the Kool-Aid: Confronting the Left's Assault on Our Families, Faith, and Freedom (Regnery Publishers, 2011).