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America Again: Re-becoming the Greatness We Never Weren't Audio CD – Audiobook, Unabridged
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Unfortunately, per Colbert, mere ownership of the book constitutes a non-disclosure agreement not to share the contents with anyone. The book is to be purchased only at full price, and if taken out of a library, the borrower is immediately to call the library, pretend to have lost it, and offer to pay for the copy.
I've often wondered about the numerous claims of 'American exceptionalism.' Colbert clears that up using a quote from Newt Gingrich. "America's exceptional greatness . . . (is) the result of American Exceptionalism.' I really liked getting that cleared up.
Colbert credits our growing into an agricultural power to our Unpaid African Internship Program.' 'We've defeated the Native Americans, the Nazis, and even the metric system' - I particularly appreciate the latter.
Colbert even provides readers with insightful economic philosophy via his parable of "The Aynt and the Grasshopper.' According to Colbert, the ant took what he wanted and did not apologize for his success, while the grasshopper fiddled. When Winter came, the ant heard a knock at his door - the grasshopper was pleading for food.Read more ›
When I'm not watching the O'Reilly Factor or producing high tech weapons systems for Uncle Sam, I'm catching up with my blood brother Stephen Colbert. When he's not on TV, I find life to be a real bore. NASCAR season doesn't last all year you know. So to be able to carry the man's work with me on my trips to the Cayman Islands, it's great.
Admittedly, I never finished I AM AMERICA (AND SO CAN YOU!). My ex-wife brought it back to Russia when she decided the allowance wasn't enough. Took my golf clubs too...
Anyway, the 3D is great, except for one thing. Fearing that the images popping out at me would cause harm, I broke my knuckles punching the page back. You live and you learn.
The LAMEstream (get it, LAME instead of MAIN) media will probably tear this book apart. What we should do is burn every book that isn't AMERICA AGAIN. People won't compare us to Nazis when every ash mentioning that crap is sitting in a landfill.
So if you love America, and speak fluent enough English to read this, do your part. The fate of capitalism depends on you. BUY THE BOOK.
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Is this supposed to be funny? He's a soon to be loser but was always one so there's thatPublished 2 days ago by steve kd
Love Colbert, tired of the zeitgeist that he has captured so perfectly.Published 22 days ago by N. Coffin
He does a Colbert version of history with silly footnotes. It's worth having, if only as a showpiece.Published 2 months ago by suzanne m.
I bought this book in an airport to read on the plane. It was funny, and definitely helped me pass the time. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jam
Two stars are for kindle version of this book. It is formatted as carbon copy of real book and it makes it impossible to read unless you are in front of a big screen. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Oleg Shpak
It's Colbert. Of course it's great. Reads in the same style and pace as his shows do/did.Published 6 months ago by spgeise