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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2004

    A verbal feast

    In TD Allman¿s Rogue State: America at War With the World the author delivers a verbal feast of wit, fact, history and good story telling. He lambastes Bush with the charge that it is he who has ¿displaced bin Laden as the focus of the world¿s anxiety and fears,¿ and consequently that it¿s now Bush who¿s the ¿most dangerous man on earth.¿ Mr. Allman dons his pen as toque blanche, visibly savoring his language while slowly turning the skewered hind-quarters of Bush, Cheney, and Wolfowitz. Over an open flame of hot coals and withering criticism Mr. Allman¿s verbal fire flames and crackles with abundant humor. Deep is his passion for truth evident in chapter after chapter as he beckons us to the table to dine on rare fare with a side dish of fried Rice. Mr Allman doesn¿t let go his charges from the get go. Pick up Rogue State and savor the feast.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2004

    I LOVED THIS BOOK!

    I enjoyed this book tremendously. It is devastatingly funny on Bush, but also very insightful on American history, going all the way back to the Mexican-American war and the authorship of our Constitution. The chapter on England, 'The Pathetic Affair of Tony Blair' is worth the price of the entire book. Anybody with a mind and a sense of humor who cares about our country will love this book. I'm sending one to my best friend and also one to the office Neocon.

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