So They Went and Elected a Jewish President

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David Fishman, Senator from New York is elected as the first Jewish President of the United States, triggering plans by a consortium of Middle East countries to have him assasinated. The new president, and his staff also have to cope with an onslaught of relatives who descend on Washington from all around the country hoping to share in his good fortune. Many are small business people who have been struggling in the recession brought on by the previous administration. Others are middle class workers who have lost ...
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Overview

David Fishman, Senator from New York is elected as the first Jewish President of the United States, triggering plans by a consortium of Middle East countries to have him assasinated. The new president, and his staff also have to cope with an onslaught of relatives who descend on Washington from all around the country hoping to share in his good fortune. Many are small business people who have been struggling in the recession brought on by the previous administration. Others are middle class workers who have lost or about to lose their jobs. One and all, they hope the new president can do a little something for them.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780595526352
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/20/2008
  • Pages: 164
  • Sales rank: 1,222,276
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.38 (d)

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  • Posted November 21, 2008

    Is This really A Tom Clancy Book ?

    I am a long-time Tom Clancy Fan and this book was bought for me as birthday present by a well meaning friend.<BR/><BR/>At only 164 pages I thought it a little unusual but on reading the first chapter it became increasingly obvious that this was not written by "Tom Clancy", Top Ranking Thriller Novelist but rather by a very different "Tom Clancy", Amateur Novelist, Failed.<BR/><BR/>It has no real plot, shallow characters, a rambling style that moves from one subject to another seeingly unconnected one at every turn.<BR/>And almost nothing happens.<BR/><BR/>In short, a huge disappointment and it should be made clear to potential buyers that this is NOT a genuine "Tom Clancy" book<BR/><BR/>To sell it without some form of disclaimer would be a clear breach of the UK Trade Descriptions Act.

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