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Posted November 15, 2012
What an idiot
Looks like Sean needs to go back to the drawing board as November 7th 2012 affirmed the formidability of the ever-EXPANDING Democratic coalition. It seems a book full of wishful thinking and cherry-picked statistics simply wasn't enough to convince the American electorate that Sean's increasingly marginalized Grand Old Party had anything to offer the middle-class. I'm looking forward very eagerly to this prescient author's next book detailing President Mitt Romney's first term in office.
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Posted July 31, 2013
Objective in the way only objectivists will understand
There's an idea about the general state of the political parties in America that correlates with this book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Republicans see democrats and everyone else as liberal.
Democrats see republicans and everyone else conservative.
Everyone else sees both parties liken to children bickering over who gets to play with the toy next. (That last part is mine)
Undoubtably, this book will be seen as taking a subjective stance by those who are subjective by nature.
The reality of this book is the opposite. The author truly takes an objective stance; analyzing from the angles he perceives as relevant to politics moving forward. He leaves himself room for error and dismisses the notion that he must make predictions to properly analyze the history of politics in this country.
The reader would do well to remember that only so much can be covered in such a short piece and should not expect every fact or theory to be presented in detail to his or her liking; be realistic. Be objective.