Kiss My Country's Asset by ipam

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The first book in the series is Eat My Bullet leads into Kiss My Country's Asset.

America is the land of the free loaders and the home of the criminal brave hearts, now.

When a band of Southern redneck billionaires comes along bankrupting the US Federal Government using their smart brains, bank billions, and gun bangs the President of the United States is forced to enact the FDIC. The FDIC paints and prints new crisp US dollars then drowns the tanked US Economy with more useless greenbacks causing the US dollar to plummet in value to 0.13 cents.

Next, the billionaires buy up all available American soil at $1.00-per-acre creating the “Block-community” concept herding unemployed and hungry Americans into a house with solar energy for warmth, a vegetable garden for food, and a shotgun for body protection.

To save the USA from financial economic ruin, the President has expanded his Secret Service creating the new SS Guards for safeguarding all citizens from the renegade rednecks with both guns and guts, who attack the unemployed and starving Americans. The President diligently hunts for the outlaw band of billionaires stealing back $1-trillion US dollars robbed from the banks, while the redneck beaus and belles secretly hide and plot to dethrone the President of the United States.

In the meantime, the angry Foreign Governments of the world have noticed a missing monthly debt loan payment from the USA, then immediately contact the President of the United States greatly desiring all their foreign bank loans of $24-trillion US dollars to be paid back in glittering gold.

The novel is written in diary form, without chapter headings.

Since, the American dream never dies. It lives through sun, rain, wind, and ice hour by hour, day by day, year by year in pursue of life of family, liberty of justice, and freedom of happiness.


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Published January 23, 2012 by Pamela Joan Barlow. 382 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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