Thursday, April 13, 2006

Yet another rave review

From TownHall.com:
A refreshing book, low in rhetoric and high in historical fact (with over 600 footnotes), Donkey Cons chronicles crime after crime committed by the Left and how its representatives are seemingly immune to judgment, never held accountable, and actually rewarded for their crimes by moving to some of the most powerful positions in the party. ...

One of the best political thrillers I have ever read, it’s scary that Donkey Cons is a piece of non-fiction. This book takes liberals to task for their con-artist ways, while holding conservatives responsible for their indiscretions, as well. Although, as Donkey Cons argues, there is a fundamental difference between the two parties: when a Democrat is involved in a scandal, he becomes a national figure for the party, but when a Republican is involved in a scandal it always ends with him resigning in disgrace.
But, hey, go read the whole thing. Heh.

-- McCAIN

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