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The I Hate George W. Bush Reader: Why He's Wrong about Absolutely Everything

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Publisher Comments:

Americans have a lot of reasons to hate George W. Bush—and readers will find them all in The I Hate George W. Bush Reader. The anthology features the best writing about the myriad reasons to hate Dubya, including his bald-faced lies about everything from Iraq's "nucyular" program to his industry-written energy policy, his corporate giveaways disguised as environmental policies, his chicken-hawk militarism, his disdain for our civil liberties, and his pathetic economic record of squandered surpluses, record deficits and millions of lost jobs. In addition, there is his smug smirk, his silver-spoon incompetence, the way he butchers our language, his staff of misers, hypocrites and closet fascists like Gale Norton, John Ashcroft, Donald Rumsfeld, and Dick Cheney. The I Hate George W. Bush Reader features selections from our funniest, sharpest and most convincing political writers so that readers never again have to worry about losing an argument to a cocksure, ill-informed backer of the Pretender-in-Chief. Included are pieces from Al Franken, Paul Krugman, Molly Ivins, Greg Palast, Joe Conanson, and Michael Moore.

Synopsis:

Willis' anthology features selections from our funniest, sharpest and most convincing political writers such as Al Franken, Molly Ivins, and Michael Moore.

Synopsis:

Features selections from our funniest, sharpest and most convincing political writers so that readers never again have to worry about losing an argument to a cocksure, ill-informed Bush-backer.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781560255895
Subtitle:
Why Dubya Is Wrong About Absolutely Everything
Editor:
Willis, Clint
Editor:
Willis, Clint
Editor:
Willis, Clint; *, EDITOR
Author:
Willis, Clint
Publisher:
Da Capo Press
Subject:
General
Subject:
Topic - Political
Subject:
HISTORY / Modern/21st Century
Subject:
HIS037080
Subject:
United states
Subject:
Politics and government
Subject:
United States Politics and government.
Subject:
Bush, George W
Subject:
Humor-Politics and Business
Copyright:
Edition Description:
First Trade Paper Edition
Series:
The "I Hate" Series
Publication Date:
20040428
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
320
Dimensions:
7.63 x 5 in 9 oz

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"Synopsis" by , Willis' anthology features selections from our funniest, sharpest and most convincing political writers such as Al Franken, Molly Ivins, and Michael Moore.
"Synopsis" by , Features selections from our funniest, sharpest and most convincing political writers so that readers never again have to worry about losing an argument to a cocksure, ill-informed Bush-backer.
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