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50 Ways You Can Show George the Door in 2004 Paperback – Bargain Price, May 31, 2004
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Top Customer Reviews
With campaign finance out of control (despite McCain-Feingold) and Florida 2000, many feel that individuals don't have a voice. This book may change their opinion.
I'm already putting one of their ideas for busy people to use. We are inviting people to a party in honor of Bush's military service. If you send a donation to John Kerry, you don't have to actually attend the party, but we'll provide a scrap of napkin to support your claim that you did.
The book is full of ideas on how to give your friends and acquaintances a gentle nudge towards the voting booth. As some singer once observed: "A##holes get elected, 'cause A##holes get to vote." The book pushes the idea that if more eligible voters went to the polls, democracy, and probably Democrats, would thrive.
The book offers something for everyone, from busy practical people to committed political "guerillas" who share the goal of putting a new president in the White House. It is also very funny, full of Bushisms, limericks, and parody song lyrics that are irresistable.
When you are done with your copy, put it in the lunch room at your office, and spread the word.
With the same creative whimsy that Ben Cohen marketed ice cream, he and Salzman encourage people to get involved in our democracy in fun ways. Sure this book has the typical, put a yard sign up type of stuff, but it also gives many creative ideas that I haven't seen before in a political book, like doing a pub crawl (chapter: Bars for Social Change).
I really enjoyed this book and it makes a wonderful guide for anyone wanting to make a difference in this election season.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I know that it may seem unusual that a conservative would actually purchase a book like this, however as a Bush supporter, I was interested in seeing what I could expect from those... Read morePublished on August 13, 2004 by Martin Andrade
This book does for activism what Cherry Garcia did for the ice cream industry. It's taken everything hardcore, traditional activists know, combined it with updated and creative... Read morePublished on July 7, 2004 by Kendra Nychel