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Bankrupt: The Intellectual and Moral Bankruptcy of Today's Democratic…

by David Limbaugh

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A good book. I especially appreciate how much of it was footnoted, so for those who want to contest the text/quotes, or can't believe politicians are as brazenly partisan as exemplified here, can check the whole source for context. The examples are many and it paints a disgusting picture of the many half-truths and downright dirty tactics that the left has used in the past 15-20 years as they wonder why voters seem to be turning away from them.
Great book, well-written, highly recommendable. ( )
  Brennus | Mar 29, 2011 |
While the book was okay, I am getting tired of the attack mode in politics today. I love the game but I hate the nasty invective that has been injected into it. This just advances that. ( )
  Rhohanin61 | Mar 18, 2008 |
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The oldest continuous political party in the world is bankrupt.
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Argues that the Democratic Party has besmirched the president's character, undermined worthy Republican efforts, and veered away from its historical practices and roles.

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