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Obama Zombies: How the Liberal Machine Brainwashed My Generation

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8 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

It will make you mad

It will make you mad because of how flat-footed the GOP was and how easily manipulated the American electorate has become and how, at best, unethical some of the Democrat tactics were. There are a lot of good facts in this book - it is well-footnoted. It doesn't twist...
It will make you mad because of how flat-footed the GOP was and how easily manipulated the American electorate has become and how, at best, unethical some of the Democrat tactics were. There are a lot of good facts in this book - it is well-footnoted. It doesn't twist facts or take them out of context like many political commentaries do. I may be an arch fiscal conservative, but facts are the basis for good policy and good arguments. Occasionally, it lapses into just opinions. I can make my own, but other readers may want to hear the author's. The book is an easy read. I did not find myself having to reread sentences to get the meaning and see where the point was going. One definite knock that I'm starting to see more and more in books: a clear target number of pages 200, 250, 300, etc. If a chapter ends on a righthand page, the next lefthand page will be blank. This book would not have surpassed 200 pages without that. Again, this is not unique to Mr. Mattera's useful and readable text.

posted by KUAE99 on April 24, 2010

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3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Wake Up America!

What an eye-opening book. I am not of the millennium generation targeted in the book, but I do feel sorry for them. The way they were coerced by the Obama machine borders on pathological. What is really sad is that so many of them were flim-flammed and fell for it! ...
What an eye-opening book. I am not of the millennium generation targeted in the book, but I do feel sorry for them. The way they were coerced by the Obama machine borders on pathological. What is really sad is that so many of them were flim-flammed and fell for it! It is their financial future that will be affected by their votes. This should be a primer for all future elections so that all people can be cognizant of the methods used by politicians to gain your vote.

posted by Lindy27 on April 1, 2010

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    It will make you mad

    It will make you mad because of how flat-footed the GOP was and how easily manipulated the American electorate has become and how, at best, unethical some of the Democrat tactics were. There are a lot of good facts in this book - it is well-footnoted. It doesn't twist facts or take them out of context like many political commentaries do. I may be an arch fiscal conservative, but facts are the basis for good policy and good arguments. Occasionally, it lapses into just opinions. I can make my own, but other readers may want to hear the author's. The book is an easy read. I did not find myself having to reread sentences to get the meaning and see where the point was going. One definite knock that I'm starting to see more and more in books: a clear target number of pages 200, 250, 300, etc. If a chapter ends on a righthand page, the next lefthand page will be blank. This book would not have surpassed 200 pages without that. Again, this is not unique to Mr. Mattera's useful and readable text.

    8 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

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