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The Bush-Hater's Handbook: A Guide to the Most Appalling Presidency of the Past 100 Years

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2004

    Great for Bush haters and their counterparts

    This has some fabulous evidence for Bush fans and haters. I think many Bush fans should know what they are supporting, and this book gives it to them. From his shady business deals; to connections between him and the Middle East, major oil companies, and other corporations; to the real effects of his tax cuts and where the money was pulled from to pay for this loss in governmental income. Did you know that many of the heads of companies that once invested in Bush's failing business to keep him afloat are now ambassadors to various countries? Or how about how the Republicans criticized Clinton for allowing campaign contributers to spend the night in the White House, calling it a 'disgrace' and a possible criminal offense, but now Bush has allowed over 160 of his contributers to stay in the White House. Republicans have been silent on the issue. There are some points where the author sort of left me saying 'huh?' because the wording did not make sense. But overall, it is a fabulous book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2004


    While you don't want to have to answer the question, 'Where did you read that?' as it sounds perhaps a bit slanted, the title of this book makes more and more sense the more you read. It was exactly what I wanted - something that cut straight through the facades and revealed the simple facts, in every possible area. As a reference book, it is unsurpassed (and I've been looking). You no longer have to simply go on your instincts regarding all those aspects that seem fishy about this man-who-would-be-President (elected or not). I wholeheartedly recommend you arm yourself (and perhaps your friends and family) with this book and go forth to argue this dangerous, two-faced, corporate puppet out of the usurped Oval Office.

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