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Alas, he will be re-elected to another term because the one thing he excels at is getting his way.
The book chronicles Paul O'Neil's two year stint as Secretary of the Treasury in the administration of George W. Bush.
Having spewed that venom, I will say that through much of this book I found myself irritated with O'Neill.
Very well written but it requires a desire for the truth. I would recommend this book to anyone that desire to understand how the United States could have made such a mistake. Read morePublished 18 days ago by jerry
The book was about what I expected and I learned some new insights. To a large extent it confirmed my thoughts of how dysfunctional the workings of "43's" reign was but I... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Satyrman63
This book describes the behind the scene's of the Bush and Cheany administration, (puppet show) actually, and how loyalty is different to each set of players described in this... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Richard S. Smith
very in depth story how complicated DC really is and the weaknesses of people who govern in all area. Too one sided on Onails part I think. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Sam Jankovich
At the first Bush cabinet meeting, O'Neill observed that debate was not "should we invade Iraq" but "how do we go about invading Iraq."Published 6 months ago by chess.instructor
If you're a political junkie, you're bound to like this (so long as you aren't looking for an overly pretty picture of Bush). Read morePublished 6 months ago by D. Ellis
They should all be TRIED in GENEVA for CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY!!!
I will be happy to be the man who EXECUTES THESE KILLERS
All: I admire the courage and fortitude of Secretary O'Neill in telling the world who President Bush was.
Thank you Mr. Secretary. Read more