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GOP-Haters Handbook: 378 Reasons Never to Vote for the Party of Reagan, Nixon and Bush Again

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The GOP-Hater's Handbook is a godsend to those looking for a concise, scary and darkly entertaining overview of the Grand Old Party record from a liberal perspective; or those who want to arm themselves with talking points, facts, and figures for debates with conservatives; and for those seeking the perfect holiday gift book for that certain, special GOP-hater in their lives, or for a Republican they hope to rescue from the outer darkness. Summarizing, detailing, and bewailing all of the more important Republican...

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Overview

The GOP-Hater's Handbook is a godsend to those looking for a concise, scary and darkly entertaining overview of the Grand Old Party record from a liberal perspective; or those who want to arm themselves with talking points, facts, and figures for debates with conservatives; and for those seeking the perfect holiday gift book for that certain, special GOP-hater in their lives, or for a Republican they hope to rescue from the outer darkness. Summarizing, detailing, and bewailing all of the more important Republican outrages, and some of the more trivial ones, The GOP-Hater's Handbook is the brainchild of Jack Huberman, author of the bestselling The Bush-Hater's Handbook, a former Canadian who took up U.S. citizenship just so he could vote against Dubya in 2000.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781568583761
  • Publisher: Nation Books
  • Publication date: 11/15/2007
  • Pages: 432
  • Product dimensions: 8.28 (w) x 5.64 (h) x 0.94 (d)

Meet the Author

Jack Huberman is the author of the The Bush-Hater's Handbook; Bushit: An A-Z Guide to the Bush Attack on Truth, Justice, Equality, and the American Way; 101 People Who Are REALLY Screwing Up America (And Bernard Goldberg is Only #73), a response to conservative Goldberg's ridiculous 100 People Who Are Screwing Up America (And Al Franken is #37), and The Quotable Atheist—all published by Nation Books. In past decades, he has been an architect, cartoonist, illustrator, freelance editor, newspaper reporter, and stock trader.

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