The Bush - Haters Handbook by Jack Huberman
A Guide to the Most Appalling Presidency of the Past 100 Years

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The Bush-Haters Handbook is a godsend to those looking for a concise, mordantly entertaining overview of the Bush record from a liberal perspective, or those who want to arm themselves with talking points, facts, and figures for debates with conservatives, and at those seeking the perfect holiday gift book for that certain, special Bush-hater in their lives—or for a Bush-lover they hope to rescue from the outer darkness. Summarizing, detailing, and bewailing all of the more important Bush administration outrages, and some of the more trivial ones, this book is the brainchild of Jack Huberman, a former Canadian who took up U.S. citizenship just so he could vote against Dubya in 2000. Topics range from abortion, AIDS, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, and Ashcroft, to women and workplace safety. Other major topics include budget and taxes, civil liberties, death penalty, defense spending, education, environment, gun control, health care, homeland security, Iraq, judicial nominations, "nucular" weapons, patients' rights, privacy, public land, September 11 and the war on terror, and social security. In between are a variety of smaller topics, such as Bush's language abilities (featuring a selection of priceless Bushisms). The pages are also enlivened by sidebars, "boxed" lists, and political cartoons.

About Jack Huberman

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Jack Huberman is the author of the The Bush-Hater's Handbook; Bushit; 101 People Who Are Really Screwing America, and The Quotable Atheist. In past decades, he has been an architect, cartoonist, illustrator, freelance editor, newspaper reporter, and stock trader. He lives in New City.
Published December 16, 2003 by Nation Books. 304 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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