Fresh on the heels of his runaway "New York Times" bestselling "Stupid White Men," Moore returns with a bold but hilarious act of sedition as he seeks to overthrow the "Thief in Chief" and effect the kind of grass roots change that will shake the country.Fresh on the heels of his runaway "New York Times" bestselling "Stupid White Men," Moore returns with a bold but hilarious act of sedition as he seeks to overthrow the "Thief in Chief" and effect the kind of grass roots change that will shake the country.Read Less
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I am giving thanks. This book has open my eyes. This book has a wounderful way of showing repecting the people who deserve respect. This book points the nonwisdom to the many that needed fingering out.
Feb 8, 2008
Very strong research, and entertaining
Although there are some things in this book that might offend some (some foul language, some well-intentioned, but demeaning references to God, etc.), overall Michael Moore proves that his "pen" is just as mighty as his screenplay. He discusses various problems that have, in his view, essentially destroyed the United States, and convincingly shows the reader how corrupt high-level government really can be (especially in chapter 7).
His bush-bashing is equally, if not more, prevalent here than in Farenheit 9/11. He also makes the point that "fear" is a great tool that has been used constantly by the media since 9/11.
Good book, and great attention to detail -- despite the seemingly immature theme (the title, cover illustration, general writing style, etc.). But, as is always the case with such liberal free-thinking types, conservative readers should proceed with caution.
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