Breitbart is like a lot of us. Not caring at all about conservative politics until something just dawns on him. And poof! A political junky is born.
This book was very interesting for several reasons. Andrew and I got into conservatism roughly at the same time. As I read, I remembered just about every event.
However, Andrew actually became a player (unlike me) and played a significant role in shaping things.
This book tells how it happened. There is quite a good explanation of Saul Alinsky's tactics. It is also highly motivational.
I had expected to hear much more about Mamet himself.
I thought it was insightful. For example, he talks about why American Jews are usually liberal. I found that helpful.
Over all, a very good book.
After reading the negative reviews on Audible for "Unfit for Command," it's obvious that those who give the book one star are doing it for political reasons. That is fine. If one is going to vote for Kerry, one is inevitably going to hate the book.
Listen to the book for yourself and then decide whether O'Neill is credible or not.
I found the book very interesting and very credible. I listened to it in no time flat. Well, ok, 6 hours. :-)
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