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Rich Dad's Increase Your Financial IQ: Get Smarter with Your Money

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2009

    Mr. Kiyosaki is a liberal!

    As an owner of eight of Mr. Kiyosaki¿s books and two of his games, I can say that this is not one of his better works. It is heavy on the ¿I am great¿ kind of examples, which is okay, but gets old. He seems to be running out of things to say, which may mean he has nothing new to offer. One inconsistency I found troubling is in a previous video, Mr. Kiyosaki claims to be ¿not very religious¿. Now he leaves the impression that God has always been his business partner. I¿m glad Mr. Kiyosaki found religion, but to imply that God has been his business partner seems to be different from he has claimed in the past.<BR/><BR/>The most troubling part of the book is when Mr. Kiyosaki delves into politics. He claims that President Reagan¿s tax cuts were the cause of the big deficits during the 1980¿s because the government had to borrow to pay for the tax cuts. Mr. Kiyosaki is too financially smart to believe that, because it isn¿t true. Government revenues increased because of the tax cuts ¿ spending is what caused the deficits. That is a fact, so why would Mr. Kiyosaki claim otherwise? He then goes on to call the war in Iraq under President Bush a ¿disaster¿. One has to wonder why Mr. Kiyosaki fails to note the Vietnam War ¿disaster¿ (President Johnson), or the economy under President Carter ¿ now there is a ¿disaster¿. One can only hope Mr. Kiyosaki sticks to finances in his writing because his liberal bias shamefully comes through loud and clear.

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