365 Ways to Drive a Liberal Crazy

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Regnery Publishing, Jan 4, 2011 - Political Science - 388 pages
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Start every day off RIGHT! Try one of our 365 ways to drive a liberal (even more) crazy. Whether you quote from the Constitution (what, that old relic?) or point out the facts about global warming (as in, the planet has been steadily cooling for the past decade)—this is one sure-fire way to get under a lefty’s (thin) skin. Timed to take advantage of the new year, 365 Ways to Drive a Liberal Crazy is the ultimate politically incorrect handbook and is perfect for any conservative, republican, or tea partier!
 

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While I am not saying this book doesn't have funny and smart remarks which I plan on using, I found the fact that the book was very closed minded. The out of context quotes and fact that the author makes a reference of Nazi government on one page, but bashes a civil rights leader for making the exact same reference on another was just more typical party affiliated hate-mongering. My personal favorite was the comment that Martin Luther King Day should be referred to as Robert E Lee day. The quote came across to me that the author is more interested in slavery vs equal rights.
I give this book one star because (while funny for the most part) instead of figuring out ways to fix the country, the author is just looking to lay blame on people that he doesn't agree with.
And while I am sure that most people have already assumed (incorrectly) my political leanings, do not dismiss my review as a liberal just bashing what they don't agree with.
 

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James Delingpole terrorizes liberals on both sides of the Atlantic, writing for the conservative national newsweekly Human Events as well as The Times (of London), The Spectator, and The Daily Telegraph (where he helped break the Climategate story). He is the author of Welcome to Obamaland: I Have Seen Your Future and It Doesn’t Work and How to Be Right: The Essential Guide to Making Left Liberals History, as well as several comic novels, including an ongoing series of World War II novels featuring Dick Coward.

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