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A humorous and satirical look at American government. Written to poke fun at the three branches of American government, Nicholson is not always politically correct. In fact, he recommends changing the names of the Republican and Democrat parties to the Wreckers and Decadents. Sometimes Nicholson laughs. Sometimes he cries. And sometimes he gets angry. But through it all, he examines important issues like health care, term limits, Presidential appointments, political campaigns and much more in a fashion not quite ever before presented. Nicholson concludes that our form of government would run more smoothly today if the founding "fathers" had included some founding "mothers" in those early deliberations when the U.S. Constitution was conceived. He even pokes fun at the fact there are no constitutional requirements to sit as a United States Supreme Court Justice!!!! Even though he is a man with only a room temperature IQ in terms of understanding our blundering national leaders, Nicholson offers his own brand of suggestions on how to fix the mess in Washington, DC. It is a ride you will never forget, and neither will the Wreckers and Decadents that govern us all.
|Publisher:||Nicholson & Nicholson Publishing|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||750 KB|
About the Author
The author is a U.S. Army veteran who is a humorist, political satirist and ardent observer of the American political scene. He has lived or worked in nine (9) different U.S. states, two (2) countries and one (1) U.S. territory. His journey is not yet complete.