As a die-hard conservative, I enjoyed Ms. Coulters latest invective. As Ms. Coulter succeeded in exposing the liberals as they are, I would have preferred a more structured presentation coupled with a little less cliches and euphemisms. Ms. Coulter comes in with both guns blazing while factually diminishing any credibility that the liberals think they may have. However, Ms. Coulters sarcasm and ala carte approach somewhat diminishes the objective and fatigues the audience during the joyride. If you are looking for a handholding experience good luck, if you are looking for an accelerated salvo of factoids, this is the ticket.
Though there is a myriad of Sun Tzu-based books, this current iteration would be best served with one well-versed and solely enamored with Chinese military, language, history, and geography. As the allure of Sun Tzu is its application to the Western business word, I found this iteration as insightful and pleasurable as a colonoscopy.
This fictitious linty should be categorized under Science Fiction & Fantasy. For those of you considering this hyperbole, please reference SmartMoney February 2003 (Bestselling Books, Lousy Financial Advice pg 96-103). Here you will find the real Kiyosaki. From the fabricated Rich Dad/Poor Dad tale, to the corporations and other business ventures Ms. Kiyosaki has claimed to associate himself with, none of which is true. It is hard to accept these embroideries, as Mr. Kiyosaki when pressured, likes to refer to his storytelling as symbolic. With this said, Mr. Kiyosaki is a fictional storyteller who has permanently earned a spot between George Forman and Ron Popeil.
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