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The Official Handbook of the Vast Right-wing Conspiracy 2006: The Arguments You Need to Defeat The Loony Left This Election Year Paperback – April 17, 2006
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The Official Handbook of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy has all the ammunition you need to help you win every argument against loony liberals. Shoot down their biggest myths and expose their blatant hypocrisy! --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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There are twenty-seven chapters and each covers a topic of current interest. Within each chapter a series of liberal talking points or arguments (called Liberal Lunacy) are presented one by one and answered. Quotes from big time liberals are given and each chapter ends with talking points from the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy (VRWC). Again, it is pointless to criticize this book for being sardonic, for not giving liberal arguments the kind of respect or even presented in a way approved of by Al Franken, that is not its point. It is a book by a conservative for conservatives. It is unsurprising that fans of Air America or the Daily Kos would reject this book with fervor just as those liberal organs are passionately ignored throughout the Red States.
On page 238 there is a humorous chart that compares a VRWC Survival Kit against a similar Liberal Survival Kit. It is an example of the tone of the whole book. For example, the conservatives would want a 9 mm Beretta while the liberal would want scented candles.Read more ›
Growing up I always considered myself intellectual and freethinking liberal. I joined MassPIRG in college (Ralph Nader was a personal hero) and organized fund raisers for famine relief. Then I grew up, got married, had a couple of kids and all of a sudden the people I had associated with in college started looking a little kooky.
I actually read The Constitution and discovered that there was nothing in there about making sure other countries around the world liked us. There is a clause guaranteeing freedom OF religion, not freedom FROM religion. The government as designed by our founding fathers did not include a responsibility to feed and clothe people who don't work by taking money from those who do. The military is there to protect us in times of peace and war; and maintaining a strong force in times of peace may have something to do with the peace continuing.
Within the past two years I began listening to talk radio and agreed with more than I didn't. (I will never be referred to as a "ditto-head".) When Air-America came on I tuned in via the internet (no broadcasters in my area) and was shocked to hear nothing but character attacks, name-calling, and a complete lack of rational discussion. Just as was described in this book.
Read this book and see how easy it is to pop holes in the opposition's arguments when all they have is a bag of hot air.
After you finish this handbook, a copy of Stein's "How I Joined The Vast Right Wing Conspiracy And Found Inner Peace" would be a nice companion piece.
Mr. Rivera-garcia is a prime example. Every law in existence is an infringement upon individual civil liberties in the interest of maintaining a stable society. The lazy (with a z not an s) are the ones who expect government to be responsible for providing citizens' every need and want - a la Castro, Dictator, Slave Master - rather than cherish the social and financial independence from government control that so many died to establish. Liberals are spoiled children who insist that someone support them, but expect freedom to run amok at will with no restrictions upon their behavior. Much like the "down with the evil corporation establishment" fools at Woodstock 40 years ago, who in the same breath complained because the food, medical, and other facilities were insufficient to accommodate the crowd. Where did they think food, medicine and port-o-potties came from - the sky? From the production lines of their "evil corporation establishment." Liberalism = Ignorance = Danger.
I don't feel that this is meant to compete with Coulter, Horowitz, D'Souza and other indepth intellectual/historical think-tank type authors. But for the new student of conservatism or the not-so-well-versed, it can provide some snappy retorts to irritating leftist statements.
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This book uses simple straight-forward logic to provide a clear response to left-wing claims. The arguments make perfect sense and definitively debunks liberal myths. Read morePublished on December 26, 2006 by Eric
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