|THE YEAR OF LIVING SHAMELESSLY - by Paul Slansky|
2010: A YEAR TO FORGET - BUT FIRST LET'S REMEMBER IT.
Paul Slansky's THE YEAR OF LIVING SHAMELESSLY is a first-of-its-kind collection of the hypocrisy, bigotry, cowardice, idiocy and just plain lunacy that have defined this political year. It's a living museum of bad behavior curating the worst moments of 2010 by taking full advantage of the e-book format, allowing readers to click through, pop open a new window, and actually witness the preposterous moments of shamelessness as they happened. Then, simply close the window and you're right back in the book.
They're all here: the Senate candidate who's not a witch, the one who called a press conference and ran away from reporters when they dared to ask her questions, the would-be congressman with the penchant for dressing up in Nazi regalia, the lieutenant governor who compared giving food stamps to the needy to "feeding stray animals," and the former president who misses "being pampered," along with Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck, Michele Bachmann, Joe Lieberman, Pat Robertson, Rand Paul, John McCain, Rudy Giuliani, John Edwards, Jim DeMint, John Boehner, Alvin Greene -- WHO? -- and all the other brazen Republicans, quivering Democrats and rabid Tea Partiers who made 2010 such an embarrassingly shameless year.
Plus, coming in early January, a new social publishing feature will give you the ability to comment on or add to the contents of the book, communicating with the author and other readers within the book itself.
And, at $3.99 including tax, it could hardly be more perfectly priced for your holiday gift-giving needs.
BACHMANN, MINNESOTA REP. MICHELE (R)
claims she could beat President Obama in a physical fight because "Hey, I took karate when I was 17 years old, I am dangerous
observes that under President Obama's leadership, "what has transpired in the last eighteen months [is] turning our country into a nation of slaves "
suggests strategy for Republican-run House ("I think that all we should do is issue subpoenas and have one hearing after another")
HAYWARD, BP CEO TONY
attempts to reassure the public that, given the really huge amount of water in the "very big ocean," the oil spill was really, by comparison, "relatively tiny"
follows previous idiotic statements such as "What the hell did we do to deserve this?" (hint: 760 citations for safety violations over the past three years) and "I think the environmental impact of this disaster is likely to be very, very modest," with the ill-conceived declaration that "I'd like my life back"
gets replaced as CEO and gets new life in Siberia!
If you're a fan of Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert or The Onion, this e-book is for you.
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