Description: The Bush Bathroom Reader offers 136 pages of short pieces on the ribald reign of our least literable leader, George W. Bush.
Welcome to the bathroom. If you're like most Americans, your bathroom isn't the most comfortable room of your house. It's a bit small, a bit crowded, and oftentimes a wee bit stinky. If we were to use our bathroom time to consider all the crappy things that have gone on since Bush began his occupation of the White House, we might spend the entire year behind the thin wooden door. Besides, big and heavy policy analysis is not what a bathroom reader is all about. It's okay if you don't have the time to read the latest State Department documents about the Bush foreign policy plan. Just bring this book into your little water closet, take a seat, and flip through the pages as you will. Puzzles somehow seem appropriate to any book about George W. Bush, so we've put in a pack of those, some of them visual and some of them verbal. Feel free to put your pencil to these pages. We promise we won't be offended. Above all else, take it easy while you're reading this book. Times are rough, and we all deserve a few extra minutes to ourselves. After all, it's not as if you're doing anything dirty. Not getting yourself up and registering to vote? Now that would be dirty.
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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is the man who says that corporations are people and that he's going to help... "people." Meanwhile, Governor Romney says he doesn't worry about the very poor. You know, the ones who are actual people. Romney's running mate, Paul Ryan, says straight out he's going to cut retirement funds for widows through social security, he's going to cut health care for your grandmother, and he's going to to use the proceeds to give the rich another tax cut. Are these your values? Heck, no. They're the values of the one percent that's already doing just fine, thank you very much. Express your disdain with this Romney-Ryan for the One Percent bumper sticker on your car.
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