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This review is from: WHORES: Why and How I Came to Fight the Establishment (Hardcover)
The book should be titled "How and why I hate Bill and Hillary Clinton". Saw Klayman on Bill Moyer's Journal and decided to request the book from my local library. After reading chapter 14 titled "An Ominous Beginning to the Bush Years", which turned out to be more Clinton bashing, I decided to return it unfinished. The line "It would take September 11, its aftermath and Bush's leadership for me to regain that respect in some small measure." was the "decider." The fact that there was no mention of the Republican shenanigans in the 2000 election helped me realize that Mr. Klayman is not only partisan but ugly partisan.
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Initial post: Feb 4, 2010 2:56:13 PM PST
James Corrigan says:
Agreed. I haven't read the book, only the reviews, as the title was intriguing. It appeared to be of interest until your review highlighted the author's agenda.
I couldn't take another Bush apologist.
Posted on Feb 16, 2010 8:46:54 AM PST
Dave Betker says:
Apparently D.Cox believes the book is not non-partisan because it details more Democrat/Liberal peccadillos than Republican/conservative ones. He apparently can't see the real truth, that that is the way it is. The truth is frequently anathema to liberals, we've come to see that much more obviously during this Democrat administration. Much the same as during the previous Democrat administration. It's so clear that he's getting his information from the liberal media who won't admit to Democrats' dirty dealings and who won't stop villifying Republican ones. Sad.
Posted on Mar 26, 2010 11:56:36 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Mar 26, 2010 12:08:50 PM PDT
Who is the ugly partisan here, Mr. Cox? - The 2000 election was close but fair. Every major newspaper did a re-count & concluded that Bush won no matter how they re-counted it - so who is behaving like an ugly partisan here?
But thank you for bringing up the 2000 election because after watching the Democrats challenge every individual absentee vote that arrived late (through no fault of their own) from our military people serving overseas, I could never support another Democrat candidate because not a single Democrat in power had the integrity to condemn this awful practice and say "Enough is enough! - If the only way to win is by stealing votes away from the very people who are voluntarily risking their lives defending our freedoms - then it's not worth doing this!" I have never witnessed anything more shameful and revolting in my life.
As an Independent, I'd voted for Democrats before, but the condoning of the supression of our military voters in the 2000 election was so disgusting I cannot imagine voting for another Democrat again until they demonstrate that they can represent voters with integrity. I'm still waiting.
Larry Klayman may be partisan, but like our serving military, he is at least standing for honesty and integrity in our political process and demanding it from both sides. Your negative review helped me decide to order this book to better understand how the Democrat party has fallen so far.
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