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Lessons We Learned from Obama: From a Former Republican Mother of Five

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Lesson We Learned From Obama chronicles the lessons learned from a former Republican mother with five children. President Barack Obama's character and behavior towards the world inspired Bobbi Miller-Moro to document her personal transformational story from Republican to Democrat. This book addresses character distinctions and the impact they have had on her life and the ...more
Paperback, 74 pages
Published February 19th 2009 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform (first published January 24th 2009)
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Bobbi Miller-moro

About the author:
Bobbi Miller-Moro, is a writer, filmmaker, and founder of

As a mother of five children Bobbi continues to deliver results worthy of being a powerful woman. an on-line portal dedicated to empowering women and mothers.

She is a former police officer, accomplished survivalist trekking mountains and jungles form Alaska to Veracruz, Mexico.

Bobbi was born into and raised within a dedicated lineage of Republicans. During the campaign for the 44th President of The
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