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Tea Party Guide to Being a Real American: Arming Yourself against Godless Liberals, Dirty Socialists, and Sexy Ideas

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  • Posted May 31, 2012

    Ok, first of all, read the whole front cover if you're going to

    Ok, first of all, read the whole front cover if you're going to judge it. This book is a parody; the author does not think liberals are godless. However, if you happen to be particularly conservative (i.e., a member of this ridiculous movement,) you're probably too stupid to realize that this book IS supposed to be offensive toward you. He is not glorifying the Tea Party movement, he's making fun of it. And for that exact reason, this book was a pleasure to read. If you can laugh at the most disgusting people in the country instead of getting angry or crying in frustration, you will probably enjoy this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2012

    Why can't liberals be Americans or Christians?

    Now, I have not read this book, but the title just makes me ask the question: why do some conservatives think liberals are godless and disloyal to America? I would love to know where this crude generalization came from because whoever created it will get a piece of mind. I love my God just as much as any conservative. And so what if we respect socialism? That is not because we hate America, we just like how it seems to work in other countries like England. If some conservative could hear me out here, that would be great.

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