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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 25, 2004

    Swing voters should read this book! An illuminating read!

    Bill Press brilliantly allows George W. Bush and his administration themselves to lay out the most convincing evidence for the 'Top Ten Reasons Why Bush Doesn't Deserve A Second Term.' Unending quotes, citations, and promises made by Bush give the most accurate portrayal and representation to any American as to why one should not vote for the man. The endless citations are tirelessly tied together to unveil Bush as a man of deception and self-interest. It¿s important that an analyst take the subject¿s own quotes and actions and use this direct and incontrovertible evidence to prove their assertions about the subject¿s credibility, reliability, and truthfulness. This lends complete credence to the author¿s assertions. Bill Press wisely lets Bush, et al., do the convincing, which is more than enough to make the case to any reasonable person that ¿Bush Must Go.¿ We all cannot forget how the Bush administration stonewalled for Condoleeza Rice to testify before the 9/11 commission. When he finally caved in to political pressure, Bush had the audacity and immorality to state that Rice would testify because we owed it to those who died on 9/11. Yes, I heard it myself while driving home from work and was shocked that he would use the deaths of 3000 people as an excuse at the last minute. It goes along with Press¿s observation that the first Republican convention to be held in New York City this year was no accident. And the fact that the convention was also delayed by a week to come closer to 9/11 shows that Bush, indeed, has attempted to profit politically by the deaths of 9/11 victims just as his first campaign advertisement had. Bush has also made himself unaccountable by blaming everything on 9/11 (i.e., jobs, the economy, and Iraq). All in all, a diligently researched book, with citations, dates, sources, and, all referenced for your further investigative/confirmation inclinations. If you are on the fence, read this; it should definitely convince you that Bush doesn't deserve a second term.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 30, 2004

    Great Current Events Read!

    Well written. Bill reminds us all just how dangerous Bush is in the White House. Book is fair and balanced where appropiapte. A honest look at a awful President. You will fly thru this book because you just can't believe everything Bush is lying about!

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