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Posted July 28, 2008
Funny, inspiring, even poignant.
A great, great read. I loved this book. It's filled with real-life insight into politics and Washington. But those stories are told with humor and irony. I found myself laughing out loud, as well as punching the air in support of great lines and great moments. Despite the title, it's really not all about how wonderful liberals are. There's wit, there's irony, there are great moments that you just wish you'd been there to see. And it's not terribly self-congratulatory. Wexler's story of ascent in DC is a good one, but he's obviously got a great collaborator in the writer who worked on this. I'm seriously considering reading William Shatner's biography because it, too, was co-authored by David Fisher.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.