What this testimony revealed to the whole world was that the Bush Administration has yet again refused to take any responsibility for whatever happens to the country. First they try and blame the Clinton administration saying Clinton had 8 years then they try and shift the blame to their former friend Clarke, talk about swatting the wrong flies! Well, thats all great and everything but at the end of the day who's running the country? The former president or the current president? If they really want to play the "shifting blame and responsibility" game then not only should they have not run for the presidency but Clinton can play the same games and go back and start blaming Reagan for training our former friend Bin Laden to help kill the Soviets, not realizing that Bin Laden would one day use the skills he learned to turn his back on us. Reagan can then himself start to shift blame on former presidents and their poor foreign policies. Its the "corporation" syndrome, creating a non existant entity to take the blame. The bottom line is that the BUCK STOPS AT BUSH. He's the president, he has to take the responsibility and stop being obsessed with Iraq. On top of all of this, Rice was too stubborn to even apologize to the 9/11 famillies for the sake of politics which I find nothing short of disgraceful. All it took was 2 seconds of her time but as we all know this administration won't even give its people that.
The 1st 3 chapters of the book are just spam for the authors other books and websites. I must have heard "Go to WWW." a dozen times before the book even started. I recommend the author remove the 1st 3 chapters of all his books that contain spam and zero content as it is wasting the listener's time that may want nothing to do with his website or other books.
The listener should be respected and given the information they paid for without having to listen to infomercials
The author was funny attacking "BroScience" throughout the book.
Listening to the George Bush press conference I was left wondering to myself why I was listening to the brainwashing propoganda that was being soaked up by those incapable of thinking for themselves and have sponges for brains. Many people had low points which they saw in the performance but my personal favorite was when Bush said something to the regard of "...people think that browned skin people aren't capable of governing themselves and I think thats wrong!"
I thought to myself "nice try but nobody thinks that"
This audible program was very good. It exposes the Bush administration's "deceit and deception" and they are now trying to steer the subject to something else, by attacking Clarke's credibility. Well, if Clarke wasn't a credible person then why didn't they fire him? Sure, they only time he's not credible is when he criticizes. The Bush administration has never once took responsibility for ANYTHING, the economy, terrorism, healthcare. Great leaders take responsibility even when they feel things aren't their fault, dictators and terrorists blame everyone else for their problems.
Quite possibly the best work of misinformation of all time. I'm a pround right wing conservative and find this piece of writing shamefull and not representative of the true right wing views. Very poor piece of work! We deserve better.
I'm come from a proud tradition of right wing republicans and conservatives and have to say that this book does not represent the true right wing conservative by any nature. I can see how people have given it a very low rating since it does very little to represent no nonsense facts. Bill seems to have fallen off his rocker and appears to write solely for the sake of combating his opponents like Moore and Frankin rather then making any sense whatsoever. Seems like a book about venting his personal grudges rather than anything else. 2 THUMBS DOWN!
Very informative and hard hitting audiobook which has done even better than "Stupid White Men" which I also purchased. A great gift for anyone, especially for the holiday season or to give to a right wing nut and watch them squirm in their boots!
A realistic portrait which holds more ground than the quagmire around Rush Limbaugh and his anti-drug/drug abuse hipocrisy.
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