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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2007

    Preaching to the Choir

    If you hate Clinton, you'll read this book, enjoy it and recommend it. If you love Clinton, you will detest every page and refuse to believe the redneck's 'peccadiglio' life.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 25, 2007

    TMZ style 'journalism'

    Unfortunately, I expected meat and found mush. Clearly, the uninformed will gather a negative picture of a Clinton who clearly harmed his image in scraps of his personal foibles. However, well read, objective readers will come away feeling they've taken a slip-and-fall into a prose sewer. A shame. The book lost its legitimacy and I'd like a refund. My bad, B&N.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2007

    bill clintons controversial legacy

    I really enjoyed reading 'the clinton crack up' i felt it was very informative and very well researched and the arthur r. Emmett tyrrell is to be commended for his indepth study of bill clintons life after the whitehouse. Since hillary has been in the spot light bill clinton has been able to get away with alot more with alot less press coverage. This is the first book to come out that documents how an x president still continues to embarres himself and at the same time get himself back into the whitehouse with his wife. This book asks alot of challenging questians and i think the arthur has come up with some very chilling awnsers.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 28, 2007

    Hooray for Truth!

    Tyrell will undoubtedly get under the skin of the Kool Aid drinkers who think that Clinton was a god. I could not listen to radio news with my 11 year-old son during the late Clinton years for fear of having to explain Clinton's behavior, and the lies he told about it. For those who may not like what Tyrell says, pick up 'The Liberal Mind: Psychological Causes of Political Madness'. Most people with an open mind will either find themselves, or at least Clinton and his ilk.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2007

    Can the GOP think of nothing else?

    Tyrell an eminent author? Who are you kidding? He is one of the prime players of the great right wing game to tear down any American who dares use common sense and reason in finding a solution to our problems and needs- just like Bill Clinton did for eight years. Will the GOP continue to attack the Clintons after they are dead? Why don't they look at their own leadership- a failed and unneeded war in Iraq a national debt that exploded (Clinton had it going down!!!) and a total absence of morals despite all their protestations to the opposite. This book is proof that anything on paper can be published.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 28, 2007

    The truth hurts

    R. Emmett Tyrrell,Jr. is an eminent author, and his latest biography of Clinton's years after the White house is insightful and very well written. Clinton would never have accomplished what he did if it hadn't been for the Republicans and their Contract for America. I am unaware of truth being another name for toxic hatred. However,be prepared for the hatred to come from the 1960's socialist revisionist camp.The Coat and Tie Radicals are no intellectuals. Read and judge for yourself.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 21, 2006

    Pitiful

    This book was a publisher's SIN. I still cannot believe that people are so enthralled by a bogus impeachment trial that had no business being on the nightly news. Maybe if Republicans quit putting their efforts into investigating and dwelling along dead avenues, and instead focused on the business of the country (As Clinton did, and went back to work, moving forward to never look back) then they might have won in November 2006. I have never seen a more negative/TOXIC party as the Republicans. They need to realize that it has been almost ten years, and they have gotten us nowhere in a decade because they are too busy creating hate among each other while other countries are just passing us by.

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