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As adults we realize that it is children who monopolize our culture-what would happen if they actually took over the reins of power? How could such a thing happen? The Christmas Coup officially began on Christmas morning on the president's Texas ranch when the second eldest of the grandchildren, Alan Albert, opened fire and massacred all the adult family members and the accompanying secret service. Across the nation scenes similar to the one played out at the Western White House were being duplicated in living ...
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Year Round Chrristmas

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Overview

As adults we realize that it is children who monopolize our culture-what would happen if they actually took over the reins of power? How could such a thing happen? The Christmas Coup officially began on Christmas morning on the president's Texas ranch when the second eldest of the grandchildren, Alan Albert, opened fire and massacred all the adult family members and the accompanying secret service. Across the nation scenes similar to the one played out at the Western White House were being duplicated in living rooms everywhere. Over night society is changed. The Holidays are now a year-long-affair. Christmas decorations and music are an everyday mandate. Candy becomes the lucre for goods and services. The adults who were not slaughtered are incarcerated especially if their jobs were teachers, doctors and dentists. However amusement park operators, Disney imaginers, sports figures, and clowns are allowed to move freely under the new regime. One such clown, Bailey, is coerced by the adult underground to assassinate the Presikident. Bailey is middle-aged loser who plays kids' birthday parties. Is he man enough to save us from our future generation?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014673112
  • Publisher: Club Lighthouse Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/10/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 274 KB

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