Before The Roots of Obama’s Rage even left the warehouse, leftist wannabe pundits were out in droves attacking the premise of the book: That Obama’s radicalism can best understood by his father’s anti-colonialist crusades, not run-of-the-mill liberalism. But D’Souza’s latest controversial publication also has its critics on the Right. Ramesh Ponuru of National Review wrote, “I think that it is a mistake to imagine that Obama is a deeply mysterious figure, as opposed to a conventional liberal. He is no stranger than contemporary liberalism is.”
How does D’Souza respond?
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