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Cure Your Democracy: The Infection, Spread and Treatment of Contagious Opinions Paperback – May 17, 2011
"As this hilarious book proves, even when it comes to politics, laughter is the best medicine." Independent Publisher.com
"...discover an author that has a unique ability to perceive and express in an ingeniously humorous manner some profound and deep insights concerning human behavior, as well as the dangerous lack of civility we witness every day." Bookpleasures
Top Customer Reviews
His tongue in cheek shot at this being a 'medical condition' and siting various examples is thoroughly entertaining.
We'd all like to think we're not infected, but as you read on one starts to wonder, "I do seem to have that symptom, am I ill with Democratosis, or Democratitus?"
Some may be so infected they can do nothing but spread their contagious opinions.
Can these conditions be covered under Medicare?
Should be on everyone's short list who knows if enough people read it maybe there is still hope for a broken political system.
These unwitting carriers and spreaders, of the perhaps soon-to-be infamous viruses "Democratosis and Democratitus" continue to run amok via media driven frenzies and camouflaged Internet blogging causing more and more average individuals to succumb to the power of its transmission. As a result the CDC has washed its hands in a search for an antidote or wonder drug to combat this sound byte infused spread across contemporary American culture and lifestyles.
As Mr. Cooker points out, today's American culture and lifestyles are under attack and may be doomed to a ruinous future with the unchecked gnawing presence and contagion within unsuspecting general populations of these ingrained and stealth like symptomatic enemies of common sense. Oh where is our Thomas Paine when we need him most?
An interesting and oft times outlandish look at many of this country's leaders, mover and shakers, and the influence they wield like a double edged sword of destruction through a constant repetition of inane treatises of proffered self aggrandizing thoughts and oratory. "Cure Your Democracy" leaves few stones unturned as it 'takes no prisoners' through its rampaging and comedic look at America's opined dumbing-down and eventual demise in the Twenty-first Century.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The ongoing battle of Republican v Democrat (also known as Conservatives / Liberals, as well as some uglier terms) has been getting more and more fierce as the years go on. Read morePublished on January 14, 2012 by lostinidaho.me
I enjoyed this book and would highly recommend it. It's insightful, intellectual, funny and honest. John Cooker articulates his point succinctly.Published on December 31, 2011 by Erv
There's a new virus to contend with and it's not biological or electronic. It's a contagious bug which can only be overcome by the will and intellect of the infectee: talking about... Read morePublished on August 25, 2011 by P. Silverman
Consider this book your "how to" guide for voting. It's humor is worthy of The Daily Show! The author uses common sense as his guide. Now I wish that our representatives would! Read morePublished on August 18, 2011 by Amazon Customer
John Cooker's "Cure Your Democracy" is a political satire aimed at increasing political tolerance. Two groups of people in the United States have been taken over by rival... Read morePublished on August 6, 2011 by Rufus Burgess
John Cooker's Cure Your Democracy will make you laugh, blush and stop and wonder about American politicians, the systems they run and about your own political ideals. Read morePublished on August 6, 2011 by Bionda
This book addresses a growing problem in this country. The American public has been infected by a virus that is very hazard to our health as a country. Read Mr. Read morePublished on August 1, 2011 by Amazon Customer