Molly Ivins has crafted a well-documented review of the Bush presidency. It is colorful, humorous, and quite political. If you are tired and burnt out by political wrangling and politics in general, this is a book to avoid. It is, however, quite engaging as far as political writing goes. It is not the biting satire of Al Franken nor the political jingoism of Ann Coulter. It is critical of Bush, but on the other hand, it is not mean spirited, unless you believe that being critical is mean. This is not a book for Bush fans, but rather for independents and for those who have already decided they have problems with Bush. Ivins is not overly critical of conservative thought itself, but is quite critical of Bush. After all, not all conservatives support all of Bush's policies or the man himself. As an independent, I found the book interesting reading.
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