All the best stuff about the elections for the President of the United States of America. Uncover the tawdry tricks of the presidential-election trade! Amuse yourself with the antics of Republicans and Democrats alike! Be amazed when you find out how close our elections really were!
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Readers love this presidential humor
"a winner about the history of winners and losers - presidential ones to boot!."--Lisa F.
"...this country's always been a mess! Which is oddly reassuring.."--Leo G
Political satire at its finest
If you want to have fun learning about presidential campaign history, this book is for you. Deadly accurate, personal, and remarkably incisive.
Funny president facts and serious presidential campaign history
Every presidential contest includes a summary of the election itself and a Hot Vote between the candidates, in a style so easy to understand, it seems like history is a basketball game.
Oh, the president trivia you'll learn
"Washington figured being president wouldn't totally suck. Turns out he was wrong. It totally sucked
"Donald Trump was not good-looking enough to be president. He was not the color of a person. I know people come in all sorts of colors, but orange is not one of the colors."
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"...the author seems to be on-target in terms of his assessments of the candidates (JFK was pretty dreamy, I certainly give him that)..." — Lisa Petrison
"I really enjoyed the story settings and can see that even as over the years, politicians still seem to revert to mud-slinging and grandstanding.... Maybe it's humor I need, rather than worry, when I observe the absurdities of American politics. Good job on the book. Thank you."
"I thoroughly enjoyed this well-researched and well-written fun, tongue-in-cheek look at US presidential elections." — Amy Reece
Very well written (and read) with crisp human and great research. Even though the best-looking always wins, sometimes I guess, over the past 200+ years, that would mean the least ugly of the two. However, when there is clearly a distinction of one visually appealing candidate over a blah one—they best-looking one easily wins! I really enjoyed the story settings and can see that even as over the years, politicians still seem to revert to mud-slinging and grandstanding. It would be great to see each chapter reflected in bio-series on some history or learning channel—humor included. Maybe it’s humor I need, rather than worry, when I observe the absurdities of American politics. Good job on the book. Thank you.