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Few have the time or constitution to be able to remember the details of every horror story about how the Republican Party has repeatedly attempted to hijack the American dream for its own selfish reasons. For those who want to be sure they're not left sputtering in an argument they know they should win hands-down, The I Hate Republicans Reader—via a wide range of lively an Few have the time or constitution to be able to remember the details of every horror story about how the Republican Party has repeatedly attempted to hijack the American dream for its own selfish reasons. For those who want to be sure they're not left sputtering in an argument they know they should win hands-down, The I Hate Republicans Reader—via a wide range of lively and entertaining essays, articles, speeches, and rants—will be the place to go for the many compelling reasons to detest the GOP. From era-defining scandals such as Watergate, Iran-Contra, and Enron to coldhearted policies on health care, welfare, and race, to their outrageous theft of the 2000 election and tearing down of the liberal democratic ideals for which the Founding Fathers fought, to the isolationist arrogance of George W. Bush, this book has it all. Divided into such easy-reference sections as Greed, Corruption, Malicious Stupidity, and Big Lies, this collection includes appropriate excerpts from the likes of Eric Schlosser, Michael Moore, Joan Didion, Molly Ivins and Lou Dubose, and David Brock, as well as Ralph Nader, Paul Krugman, Hunter S. Thompson, Barbara Ehrenreich, I.F. Stone, Jimmy Carter, James Carville, Christopher Hitchens, Al Franken, and Bill Moyers.


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Few have the time or constitution to be able to remember the details of every horror story about how the Republican Party has repeatedly attempted to hijack the American dream for its own selfish reasons. For those who want to be sure they're not left sputtering in an argument they know they should win hands-down, The I Hate Republicans Reader—via a wide range of lively an Few have the time or constitution to be able to remember the details of every horror story about how the Republican Party has repeatedly attempted to hijack the American dream for its own selfish reasons. For those who want to be sure they're not left sputtering in an argument they know they should win hands-down, The I Hate Republicans Reader—via a wide range of lively and entertaining essays, articles, speeches, and rants—will be the place to go for the many compelling reasons to detest the GOP. From era-defining scandals such as Watergate, Iran-Contra, and Enron to coldhearted policies on health care, welfare, and race, to their outrageous theft of the 2000 election and tearing down of the liberal democratic ideals for which the Founding Fathers fought, to the isolationist arrogance of George W. Bush, this book has it all. Divided into such easy-reference sections as Greed, Corruption, Malicious Stupidity, and Big Lies, this collection includes appropriate excerpts from the likes of Eric Schlosser, Michael Moore, Joan Didion, Molly Ivins and Lou Dubose, and David Brock, as well as Ralph Nader, Paul Krugman, Hunter S. Thompson, Barbara Ehrenreich, I.F. Stone, Jimmy Carter, James Carville, Christopher Hitchens, Al Franken, and Bill Moyers.

30 review for The I Hate Republicans Reader: Why the GOP Is Totally Wrong About Everything

  1. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    Just for the record, this was given to me in jest by Republican family members...I am the black sheep...I'm perfectly comfortable with my role though!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Angel

    This book is not bad. The reason I gave it the two stars is because it is just ok. It is a collection of essays and other materials. Unfortunately, the people who should be reading, i.e. those who actually need to get a clue about how bad the Republicans have been for the country, those people probably would never pick up this book. So the book becomes an example of preaching to the choir. For me, I had already read a number of the pieces in their original places, or I knew the information alrea This book is not bad. The reason I gave it the two stars is because it is just ok. It is a collection of essays and other materials. Unfortunately, the people who should be reading, i.e. those who actually need to get a clue about how bad the Republicans have been for the country, those people probably would never pick up this book. So the book becomes an example of preaching to the choir. For me, I had already read a number of the pieces in their original places, or I knew the information already. However, for some readers, this book may prove very informative. It probably should be mandatory reading for more people during this election.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    I don't hate republicans. I just wish the nutcases giving the party a bad name would calm down and remember that one of the founding principles of the country was the concept of separation of church and state. Not to mention some other things that they could stand to be enlightened on...but I digress. There is nothing in this book that you haven't heard or thought already, pretty much follows the title with some humor intertwined. Was nice to read during the dark years of Bush's reign.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Peacegal

    Like many compendiums of political writing, this title has highs and lows. Since this book was published mainly as a critique of George W. Bush, a great deal of it is dated. More timeless material by the likes of Hunter S. Thompson will appeal to modern readers.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    There's some good stuff in here. But I don't really hate Republicans...most of them just repulse me.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jack D. Riner

    This is a rehash of other works. However, it brought back some interesting Reagan and Bush Sr. quotes.

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    Gretchen

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