It's time. Past time: Announcing "Bad President," the book that, as the warning on its cover promises, is resolved to inflict painful political humor ... Show synopsis It's time. Past time: Announcing "Bad President," the book that, as the warning on its cover promises, is resolved to inflict painful political humor. Written by the team that brought us the #1 "New York Times" bestseller "Bad Cat," with Jim Edgar, plus "Bad Dog" and "Bad Baby," "Bad President" takes the " bad" format and puts it to the service of political satire. This is Bush and the gang cut down to size, the emperor not only without his clothes, but without his stage managers and news-spinners. The photos are surprisingly candid, the captions subversive, and with a good counter-punch, the humor is shored up by the " Sad Truths" on every third or fourth page, the real truths that remind readers of the maddening reality of the Bush administration. Sure, there are lots of important books coming out now that highlight the follies and foibles of the Bushies, but "Bad President" has two key advantages: It takes only about 17 minutes to read, and it is laugh-out-loud funny.
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