Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Book Review: Whiny Little Bitch: The Excuse-Filled Presidency of the Barack Obama

 Recently I received a copy of Whiny Little Bitch: The Excuse-Filled Presidency of the Barack Obama from a reader. Personally, I was happy to receive the copy but feared that it would be a nonsensical rant filled with grammatical errors and false drawings of the President's "real" birth certificate.

Instead I found a compelling, concise look at the first eighteen months of the Presidency of Barack Obama. Author Mike Cullen broke down the discussion by topic, including foreign policy, the stimulus, banking reform, and others. Each chapter is filled with authentic quotes from the chief executive and his Cabinet as well as the news stories that we wish we could forget from 2008 and 2009.

Some excerpts:

What about the economy? Obama's stimulus plan had no prayer of creating jobs and he was smart enough to know it. But an $800 billion plan that makes no sense as economic stimulus can make perfect sense as a vote-buying scheme.


With Obama, the truth is always flexible. There's one version for the CNN audience and another for the ACORN activists. He needs one group to like him and the other to work for him.

Cullen has put together a relatively thorough but still terse look at the administration of the 44th President. Look for it at Quite Right Books and stock up-- let your friends and family know and it'd make a good gift for July 4th, birthdays, Bar Mitzvahs, and Christmas.

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