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Do Republican Women Get Horny? And other election-year mysteries. [Kindle Edition]

Paul Giglia
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Did you know that Michele Bachmann believes that President Obama's healthcare reforms include putting school-based sex clinics in all our schools to encourage promiscuous behavior among small children? Or that Rick Santorum is against married heterosexuals doing anything in the privacy of their own bedrooms that he considers "homosexual behavior"?

It seems that Republican politicians and commentators are more concerned with what we're all doing and with whom than they are with fixing the nation's problems. "Do Republican Women Get Horny?" takes a very funny - and adult - look at the current GOP Presidential candidates as well as a few others of the far right. What are their political positions? What are their sexual positions? And do they seriously think they're electable with views that are more Puritan than the Puritans' were? Not after this book!

Although the title is sexual, the humor is mostly political, and dissects with savage precision the bizarre right-wing ideas held by Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann, Rick Santorum, Ann Coulter, and others. "Do Republican Women Get Horny?" is an hysterical way to ease the pain after listening to so many stupid statements in debate after debate. Here you'll find the truth behind the lies, the hypocrisy, and the just plain idiocy of a group of people who rely on our inability or lack of time to check facts.

"Do Republican Women Get Horny? And other election-year mysteries" epitomizes the author's philosophy: If you can't beat 'em, ridicule 'em!" And there's a lot out there to ridicule. Ron Paul's belief that paper money is unconstitutional. Mitt Romney's contention that corporations are people (but people aren't really people). Newt Gingrich's preaching family values while all the time cheating on his wives.

It's an election year, and pretty soon every medium will be saturated with false promises backed by false premises. You'll need a break. And a laugh. This book will give you both.

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  • Language: English
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5.0 out of 5 stars Funny as hell December 23, 2011
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"Do Republican Women Get Horny?" is based on the two cornerstones of great humor: hyperbole and filth. If you find yourself amused, or just simply puzzled, by the likes of Ann Coulter and the endless stream of Fox News Barbie-clones, you'll love this book. From Bachmann to Palin, no one is spared. And don't think the men get off easy, either. Giglia gets into (so to speak) Romney's underwear and Rick Perry's "Brokeback Mountain" coat. A must-read for the liberal in your life, or a gentle ribbing for your favorite conservative. There's no need for death panels - you'll die laughing.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Do politics get any funnier? December 24, 2011
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This book should be required reading for all U.S. citizens who are qualified to vote in the 2012 elections--Democrats who fail to see the humor in their Republican colleagues; Republicans who fail to see the humor in themselves, and the Tea Party who fail to see anything. As a once-famous Los Angeleno said, "Can't we all just get along?" Answer: No. No we can't. Ignorance is way too much fun.
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Paul Giglia was born and raised in Rochester, New York. After stints living in San Francisco, California and Buffalo New York, he and his family moved to Cleveland, Ohio, where he now resides. Paul began his humor career as a stand-up comic in San Francisco, becoming a regular at the famous Holy City Zoo comedy club, which launched the careers of Robin Williams, Dana Carvey, and dozens of other comedy stars.

He began writing for other comedians at that time, and after moving to Buffalo also resumed his stand-up career as a regular at local clubs The Comedy Trap and The Comix Cafe. Performing in neighboring cities and states, Paul also worked as a writer for local radio shows as well as the award-winning NPR sketch comedy show "The Imagination Workshop". Paul also was a staff writer in New York City for the Arts & Entertainment Network's "Caroline's Comedy Hour", starring Richard Jeni. His humor has appeared in newspapers and magazines (you know: those pre-Internet paper things), such as the San Francisco Chronicle, the Los Angeles Times, Laugh Factory Magazine, and others.

In 1996 Paul moved to Cleveland to become the editor/writer of American Greeting's Alternative Cards division, which produced a line of the funniest, edgiest greeting cards for all occasions. (You know: those pre-Internet paper things people used to send through that pre-Internet Postal Service.) After many years at AG he moved on to become an advertising copywriter for two of the Cleveland area's major corporations.

As shown in the photos, Paul quickly progressed from a young comedian to a proud father that tried to turn his son into the world's first still-in-diapers comedian to a cranky old guy.

His son, Charlie, grew up and now lives in Chicago. working for satirical newspaper The Onion (and boy - is Charlie's dad jealous!). His daughter, Katie, is finishing college. While there she won a roomful of trophies and national recognition as a member of the University of Akron's National Forensics League team. (No, not like CSI. It's a performance/debate discipline.)

Paul still lives in the Cleveland area, though every morning his wife has to check his pulse to be sure. His first ebook, "Do Republican Women Get Horny? And other election year mysteries" went on sale in December, 2011.

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