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How to Talk to a Liberal (If You Must): The World According to Ann Coulter Unknown Binding
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I got a chuckle at the tongue and cheek style she wrote this with.
Now for the book itself and its actual content. I think that normally pointing out that the review is of the books content is an absurd redundancy; however most of the reviews here are simply opinions about Ann and her views, not the book. So, let's look at the book. It is quite funny. Several sections on airline security measures after 9-11 had me laughing so hard I couldn't breathe. Make no mistake; her writing is excellent and very funny.
On several subjects her points are quite disturbing. For example, her views on speaking with liberals and ensuring they are angry are deeper than they appear: "People don't get angry when lies are told about them; they get angry when the truth is told about them". (Page 10) Her point being that it is the truth gets the most rage as a reaction. Her insights on the liberal reaction to war today and how it varies to previous wars, such as Bosnia, are interesting in that they expose a double standard which is obvious. (Page 62) Her column on how the John Kerry plan is to appeal to the French is so funny it is hard to read (Page 64).
Her exposure of the Democrat candidates' attempts at trying to appear knowledgeable and respectful of religious beliefs needs to be read.Read more ›
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loved this book, knew I would, I have all her other things. she is so correct and she is saying things that can save this screwed up nation. Obamanation is worse than a joke.Published 5 months ago by MakeAmericagreatagain
Witty, Truthful, Factual, Humorous & Refreshing to read something that is Honest and to the Point. We need more Patriots and less "Do Gooders".Published 7 months ago by Andrew B.