MAD About Politics: An Outrageous Pop-up Political Parody

MAD About Politics: An Outrageous Pop-up Political Parody

by The Usual Gang of Idiots, John Ficarra
     
 

From the demented pages of MAD Magazine comes a depraved and uproarious look at contemporary politics' juiciest scandals. Revel in the salacious animation of our fearless leaders' most embarrassing moments. Hunt with Dick Cheney, learn how to spell with Dan Quayle, take speech lessons with George W. Bush, and find out why Alfred E. Neuman is running for

Overview

From the demented pages of MAD Magazine comes a depraved and uproarious look at contemporary politics' juiciest scandals. Revel in the salacious animation of our fearless leaders' most embarrassing moments. Hunt with Dick Cheney, learn how to spell with Dan Quayle, take speech lessons with George W. Bush, and find out why Alfred E. Neuman is running for President...again and again and again.

Mad About Politics: A Pop-Up Book spares nothing at the expense of our elected officials, highlighting the unbearable truth about who's in charge. With precise pop-up ingenuity American power players have never looked so enjoyably foolish. If you're wondering who to vote for on Election Day let MAD About Politics give you some pointers. Suitable for the sardonic this tome of asinine political parody will have anyone with a sense of humor rolling in the aisles.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781933784656
Publisher:
Palace Publishing Group, LP
Publication date:
10/07/2008
Pages:
14
Product dimensions:
10.94(w) x 8.64(h) x 0.66(d)

Meet the Author

Alfred E. Neuman is the clownish figurehead of MAD Magazine and America's number one maven of mischief. He has been running for President since he first graced the cover of MAD in December 1956, nominating himself against incumbent Dwight D. Eisenhower. For over fifty years Neuman has offered America a guiding hand, and instead of debating the misery of taxes, war, or crime he has run on the simple platform of "What me Worry?" No one can argue that Neuman firmly stands for what he believes in or that his vision is one of hope. With all the trivial speeches, untenable promises, and electoral demagoguery this year, maybe its time to listen to what Alfred E. Neuman has to say about the future of our nation.

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