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I'm not a Democrat. I did not read this book because I am. I'm not a Republican either, and I am not giving this book a poor review due to any alligance with that party. Read morePublished on February 20, 2009 by Zelie Nic
Was in a Dollar Tree and saw this book on the shelf. I guess thats the best way to put it in the hands of Democrats!Published on October 17, 2007 by C. Godfrey
Absolutely excellent book. Starts off right from Page 1 placing the blame for our party's decline squarely where it belongs - within the 'Democratic' party. Read morePublished on September 2, 2007 by Constantly Reading
luv, luv, luv James Carville.. and his message is on the money!!!!!! I own ALL his books.Published on February 24, 2007 by Marylou Hansen
This book is comparable to the dozens of others written by extremists on both ends of the political spectrum. Do these guys really think America is this stupid?Published on January 11, 2007 by J. D. Jackson
I listened to this book as an unabridged audiobook so my comments pertain specifically to that edition. Read morePublished on July 18, 2006 by Colleen McMahon
Saddam powerful? Influential? The country and its leader were dead dog broke, totally lacking either internal or international power or the means to influence anything or anyone. Read morePublished on May 23, 2006 by Sojourner AndNothinBut
Let's start with the way the writers (predictably) jump all over Bush for invading Iraq. Saddam is made to look almost totally innocent in Bush's invasion in this book. Read morePublished on April 4, 2006 by Bill C.
Edit of 3 Feb 08 to add comment and links (I have read and reviewed each):
Carville's jumping on board with Hillary Clinton ("I love her to death") is a substantive... Read more