Molly had her way with words as she dissected the shenanigans of politicians and those of the Texas variety in particular. She didn't mince words, and she was a truth and story teller of the finest degree. I miss Molly and her insight. Molly would have had a ball with the 2008 campaign and election. In this book, she laid out the issues of the election of 2000. We are facing the same political snafus and stupidity today. I imagine that she and her good friend, former Texas Governor Anne Richards are probably looking down on all of us and having a rip roaring time laughing their heads off as only they could do.
I read this book a long time ago. I loved the book, but I wanted to listen to the author read it.
The audio quality was terrible and made it difficult to listen to in a sustained way. If they cleaned it up, I would listen again. It's sad, because the content is very exciting as is her writing.
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