I Love the Smell of Fascism in the Morning: The Bush/Cheney Legacy and Other Satire

I Love the Smell of Fascism in the Morning: The Bush/Cheney Legacy and Other Satire

by Finn W. Contini, Aron Vaisvila

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BN ID: 2940013319585
Publisher: Finn W. Contini
Publication date: 10/20/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,009,917
File size: 181 KB

About the Author

Finn W. Contini has been writing humor his entire life. In 1997, he conceived of an idea to parody John Gray's books; that book was called Women May Be from Venus, But Men Are Really from Uranus: A Parody of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus and Other John Gray Books, by Katherine Black. It is available as both an eBook and in paperback form.

While I Love the Smell of Fascism in the Morning: The Bush/Cheney Legacy and Satire from 2004 is his third published eBook, it is technically his fourth published work of humor. In 2004, Mr. Contini self-published a book that ridiculed the Bush Administration; it was titled Idiocy! Taking Conservatives Behind the Woodshed (now out of print). Within months of that publication, at the behest of the Bush/Cheney Department of Justice, he was accused of falsified crimes, giving the FBI an opportunity to raid his home and confiscate all of his intellectual property.

To this day in 2011, the government refuses to return any of Mr. Contini’s intellectual property, which included several original screenplays in progress.

After the raid, Mr. Contini, who had been suffering from severe agoraphobia since 2001 – which precluded the possibility to attend a trial in his defense – was assigned an inept and coercive public defender who promised probation or home confinement in exchange for a guilty plea to lesser manufactured offenses. Mr. Contini followed his attorney’s advice, and in return received a sentence of forty-eight months in prison. Years later he discovered that probation or home confinement had never been a legal possibility in his case.

Upon release from prison in 2009, Mr. Contini began an intensive investigation into the government’s behavior, discovering a treasure trove of evidence that had been illegally suppressed from the court and media corroborating his consistent claims of innocence, and further showing the corrupt nature of the prosecution against him (and others). His manuscript, featuring definitive evidence and insider secrets, is titled Microsoft Exposed: An Insider’s Story of Lies, Secrets and Collusion Within Microsoft. That explosive book along with details of Mr. Contini’s remarkable story should be released in late 2012 or early 2013.

When not writing or researching new writing projects, he is active in animal rescue and supports animal welfare causes. His personal website is

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