50 Things Liberals Love to Hate

50 Things Liberals Love to Hate

by Mike Gallagher
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50 Things Liberals Love to Hate 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was a great read. Mr. Gallagher is witty, perceptive, and incisive. It's too bad that the GOP didn't pick someone of Mr. Gallagher's intelligence and character to juxtapose against the idiot currently occupying the White House. Let it be stated in the history books that Mitt Romney lost the election more so than Barack Hussein Obama won it.
jlbrun More than 1 year ago
The subject matter of each chapter brings a lot of things to the forefront. Unwarrented complaints about McDonalds, learning about John Wayne are important. We need more truth and less Political BS or just distortions of truth.
DOC2504 More than 1 year ago
God I love making fun of liberals and this book was spot on and kept a smile on my face the whole read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Even the sample is great. The one star people must be liberals because they looked for the dirt in this book. Unfortunately there is none so they made it up.
Hatch82 More than 1 year ago
Mike really dishes out the truth here. Liberals would of course hate this book because the truth hurts and liberals are brain-washed anti-American idiots anyway. If you're a conservative who loves America you'll love this book. In a witty and bold way he explains why liberals are the way they are. It really takes a book like this to try to understand how a liberal thinks. Nobody with a normal mind can figure out a liberal anyway.
BigJohn52 More than 1 year ago
I read this mind-less rant and feel like I wasted my time. He compares his observations to Jane Goodall! This guy is just the “simplest” chimp in the room! I would call myself a middle of the road republican. I do agree with some of Gallagher’s philosophies and listen to him on the radio from time to time. This book is made up of gross exaggerations and simple-minded stereotypes, and frankly is not that “witty”. If you classify yourself as a radical conservative maybe you can laugh with this guy, but I didn’t even laugh at him. I just didn’t laugh at all. This guy has not mastered the subtleties of writing sarcasm. #34 of 50 on girls was just plain rude and crude. My advice… DON’T WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY… not amusing, not informative, just one man’s mind-less ramblings that attempts and fails to be amusing.
hariny More than 1 year ago
i happen to agree with some of what gallagher has to say, especially about capitalism and earning your keep in life. however, i find his remarks about women's choices pertaining to abortion and entering the military revolting. not all women are born with the mothering and nurturing instinct. that doesn't make you good or bad. he's as limiting as the liberals he's protesting about. also, i find it deplorable that he feels gay men should start their own boy scouts group. is he implying that "morally straight" means that gay men are immoral? sounds pretty narrow minded to me.