Lying has become so common place in American life and business that we don't think of it as wrong until some one gets caught and charged with a crime. The lie itself is not in itself so bad but the cover up that follows is often worse than the original lie.The lengths these wealthy people have gone to to save what amounted to a fraction of their overall wealth and put their freedom and empires on the line and risked it all out of a sense of entitlement and that is what it is all about an underlaying sense of entitlement that makes lying alright.
This loosely drawn history of the life of Abe Lincoln if he had been a Vampire Hunter not only motivated to end slavery for the well known reasons we can all point to but for the intriguing hypothetical reason of defeating a vampire conspiracy to enslave all of mankind.This reading keeps your attention from the opening lines to the end hours later. You will not be bored.
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