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The Book on Bush: How George W. (Mis)leads America

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 4, 2004

    Thoughtfullness that Republicans can't stand

    What can I say? The research and dependence on facts will have the some people retreating into their own imaginary worlds even more than they are now. Facts are the light that illuminate the political landscape, and there have always been those that fear the coming of the light. With this book, they should have much more reason to fear the light. The authors don't engage in ad hominen attacks, nor do they say what one should, or should not, believe; they only set forth the facts. Facts, as thinking people know, speak for themselves, and this book speaks very loudly.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 20, 2004

    I've always been a Strong Bush supporter

    Even when surrounded by a hoard of Bush bashers, I have always defended the president, as well his actions against terrorism and the war. In the back of my mind though I was always somewhat concerned about some of his actions and his associations, but I never connected the dots, and never thought him to be a real threat. Ok, the dream is over, time to wake up!! Like so many other people who put in long hours at work, try to raise a family, and worry about my job getting exported like so many others, I just never had the spare time to dig for the answers to my own nagging questions. Enter Alterman and Green. (I have the book on CD, so I can listen while I drive.) These guys have connected the dots for me, and with a surprising amount of details to back up every assertion. My worst fears are now realized, this man needs to be removed from office in November before he totally destroys this country with his reckless and greedy attempt to redistribute America's wealth to the few richest Americans at the top. This is a must read (or listen to) book for anyone concerned about the future of our nation and the well being of our children¿s future health and prosperity. We need to listen to Bush in stereo (not just through the Right channel) so we can hear him talk out of both sides of his mouth.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2004

    why, should I listen to them?

    I decided to read this book and learned. Do I care what these people say about the presidency, I should look in my own views, instead of the media telling me what to believe and who to vote for. Don't read this book if you want the media and other people to decide your vote this coming November.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 28, 2004

    How dare you Mr. President!

    While this book covers topics and issues already discussed in other texts, the authors have shown a carefully researched roadmap of the Bush administrations policy initiatives. Dozens of times during the course of reading this book I found myself uttering the pharse 'this can't be true' and spending the next hour verifying the author's claims. In every case I found supporting information for their claims. Unless you find yourself as one of the chosen few that will prosper in Bush's new America, you owe it you yorseelf, your family, and your country to closely examine our current president's record in office. If you would like a more complete picture of the current administration's policy initiatives, a picture you won't find in mainstream media outlets, this book is well worth the read. Caution: reading this book may induce shock, disgust, and downright outrage towards 43 in large quantities.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2004

    Shaken, and Stirred...

    Where to begin? This book is a well-crafted eye-opener, which every American should read before they step into the voting booth this fall.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2004

    Puts their money where there mouth is!

    Backs up their coverage of every Bush mistep and right wing policy push with footnotes and facts. The only joke here is the Bush Administration.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2004


    this book is not worth the read. Everyone already knows these facts so whats the point of writing them down? If you really want to know how bush misleads america look at your income and taxs.

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