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Al Franken is an intelligent man. His insights are very helpful to understand what was going on during the last decade from a liberal's point of view.Published 6 days ago by Lem
Really funny reading, but with FACTS from TeamFranken ( not BS someone just made up and yelled loudly - and you'll know who might be guilty of that after reading this). Read morePublished 2 months ago by ColleenJulie
I have been a fan of Al
Franken since his SNL days, but I think that this particular political commentary just wasn't funny. Look on the box, even Al isn't smiling!!
This book happens to be at eye-level on my shelf right next to my candy bowl. Franken's smirking face happens to be on the spine of the bookcover. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lisa Schaefer
Good, preachy in places and takes the lies back to those who spouted them.
A bit childish in places. Read more
Excellent product. performs as advertised. Very pleased with purchase.Published 4 months ago by Kepps
You know what you get from this book just from the title. Al Franken exposes the lies that right wing politicians and their media apologists tell. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Johnny Heering
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|Is it true? Are they liars?||
Rather than ask whether you're serious (clearly not), let me gently suggest that you read the book, Patrick.
Re O'Reilly, page 78 includes a nice summary of the chapter to that point: "Is that all you got, Al? After six and a half years on the air, all you can find is my mistaking a Polk... Read More
Apr 29, 2006 by Mark R. Emmett | See all 2 posts