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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

THE FIGHT FOR TRUE LIBERTY WILL NEVER DIE!!!

First off all anyone who says 'same old same' or 'no good arguments' or 'same right wing nonsense' either has not read this book or is a full time liberal book critic who sits at their computer all day and bashes any conservative book/author.My advice move out of your p...
First off all anyone who says 'same old same' or 'no good arguments' or 'same right wing nonsense' either has not read this book or is a full time liberal book critic who sits at their computer all day and bashes any conservative book/author.My advice move out of your parents house get a job and pay your taxes!!! How can any red blooded American be opposed to getting invloved with your community,or local politics or protecting our children against external parsites like porn? If you really read this book Laura explains that even if you live in a liberal community and its policies are liberal because majority rules well thats power to the people!! The problem is as she explains is that liberals usually cannot win a vote so they rely on judges to rule in their favor,look I can go on and on but what is wrong with restoring morality and standing up to what we think is wrong and unjust? Answer: Nothing, it is what GOD wants us to do and for a man like me who overcame drug addiction,criminality,incarceration (9 years worth) and manipulation of our legal system (Implemented loopholes from liberal ideas) I can say that I had great identification with the last chapter on religion I was raised Roman-Catholic now I just call myself a Christian but all the same it was through Gods grace and the application of conservative principles that I was able to tranform my life.God bless you Laura God is smiling upon you and thanks for a great book that inspires patriotism,involvment,faith and to rid ourselves of apathy and complacency in order to improve ourselves, our children, our communities and our great country.

posted by Anonymous on October 27, 2007

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Just another right wing blowhard

I consider my views as moderate and am able to discuss politics, religion, etc and listen to other's points of view without shoving it down someone's throat. I can't say the same for Laura. I am extremely tired of peple who hold up their own lives as models for everyone...
I consider my views as moderate and am able to discuss politics, religion, etc and listen to other's points of view without shoving it down someone's throat. I can't say the same for Laura. I am extremely tired of peple who hold up their own lives as models for everyone. I have my own ethics, values, given to me by all of the people in my life who have taken care of me and picked up from those I admire.

posted by Anonymous on September 13, 2007

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2007

    a lot of hot air

    This has to be one of the worst books I have read. WAY to much preaching and pushing her own moral standard on to the reader to the point of blaming the problems of the world on those who do not share her views. NOT A GOOD BOOK.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 16, 2007

    A convoluted rambling diatribe

    This is a poorly written book. It is an extension of her radio program that is in itself a daily regurgitation of incoherent streams of consciousness.Ingrham seems incapable of staying on-point in this novel and resorts to throwing out the next neo-con talking point while talking down to the reader from some lofty throne of moral superiority. Much in the same vain as Coulter,Hannity,O'Reilly, and of course Rush,she believes that any publicity is good publicity. Unfortunatley, she can't write.And it's very likely that she will join the ranks of the fallen heroes from the Right who have preached rightousness shortly before they are exposed as a fraud.Also,Inghram and these other so called 'patriots' have done far more than their share to promote divisiveness in the USA and are only interested in feathering their own nests and pocketbooks.It would be a waste of good money to buy this praddle.

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    Posted December 18, 2008

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