Ann Colter gives the left a taste of there own bitter medicine and they can't stand it. Yes, anyone can do nex-lex searches and skew them, but if your talking about words used to describe ones political view the number of articles containing, "extreme right" and "extreme left" are more than valid. Come on now let's be truthful with ourselves.
The right has been bashed by the inteligencia and media for far too long. They break down the beliefs of the right and skew them in a way that they find favorable to there own agenda. Any person who dares voice opposition to the lefts' dogma are bafoons, morons, uneducated, etc, etc.
The one problem I have with this book is that it does nothing to end the mudslinging. We as a people must some day realize that just because a person doesn't have the same views as you that dosn't make them evil, stupid, crazy, etc. However I must confess, finally chucking the humble pie accross the room feels a little good.
Maybe it's because I'm a gun owner who has been to a gun show or two. Maybe it's because I don't share the views of the author. But I just can't find much nice to say about this book. The one thing I could come up with is to say that the workings of congress described in the book were intriguing. A political hatchet job laced with stereotypes but intriguing. People on the left will probably love this book. Those on the right will probably hate it. I would not buy this book if I had to do it over again.
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