That's the problem with nut cases like Breezy. Until a week ago I had no feelings about Cheney one way or the other, now I'm ready to start looking for redeeming features about the man, probably because when a person with low credibility starts to bad mouth someone I automatically start to think he must be a good person. NOW I don't mean for people to start thinking Trudeau and Mulroney were/are good people.
what is the point of reading his book. it will be just a 'right wing' approach to his life in politics/ white house/ war, or whatever. The republicans will love it, and he won't say anything to offend or put
a bad light on any of them.
He will tactfully point a finger at the democrats, in such a polite way, to make it all sound absolutely
true, and from that we all will be left wondering.
I won't read it. I read a couple of books about john kennedy's life, and his time in the whitehouse, and
because I liked him as president, and thought he was a positive influence on the american people, I thoroughly enjoyed the books, but of course the same can be said about those books, nothing written that
would have made john kennedy look bad, UNLESS it was the ones written from the 'other' political party.
politics is politics, and it doesn't stop just because it is a book, doesn't mean it is a 'tell' all,
absolutely not, it is just another political position, to make the writer look sincere and truthfull.
the masses can figure out lots of situations, as we have concerning the iraq war, doesn't take a rocket
scientist to do that, but for the most part, we don't have information they don't want us to have.
Its always been that way, (in every government) and always will.
I won't read it either because I don't like reading biographies and auto-biographies.
But if I wanted to see him speak I wouldn't want some morons doing their best to prevent me from hearing him talk, or blocking the way in.
But if I wanted to see him speak I wouldn't want some morons doing their best to prevent me from hearing him talk, or blocking the way in[/B].