Troublemaker: Let's Do What It Takes to Make America Great Again Hardcover – Aug 16 2011
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“If you’re looking for a book on CD that will stop and make you think, this is it…This one will motivate you.” – Confessions of an Overworked Mom
About the Author
CHRISTINE O'DONNELL was a candidate for U.S. Senate in Delaware, most recently in 2010 for the Senate seat vacated by Joe Biden. She’s been dubbed the “Tea Party Darling”, “Troublemaker” by Time and a leader of the “Second American Revolution” by the foreign press. She has appeared and continues to appear on and in a wide variety of media outlets, from Good Morning America to People, The Rush Limbaugh Show to Hannity and maintains a robust national speaking schedule. She lives in Delaware.
Top Customer Reviews
Before, Christine O'Donnell really wanted to tell you something: She's not a witch. She's you! Now, she wanted to tell you something else: She really, really, really regrets that ad. And she's not afraid to be a "trouble maker" and blame everybody for that bad, bad, ad. She was "tricked" into recording a take or two for that ad. It wasn't her fault!
I was hoping that O'Donnell's 15 minutes of fame were long since over, however in this day and age, any loser (she did lose the election, remember) can get a book deal. What's next? Maybe a reality show, like fellow loser Sarah Palin? Back to the contents of the book....
A tirade against Fred Davis, a campaign manager, over the witch ad turns into a feel-good message about trusting your instincts and not listening to the "experts". It's actually kind of creepy when she gets into this, going on about trusting her inner instincts. Of which, basically, we've seen no evidence of any such instincts existing, but whatever works for you Christine. She insists that trusting her instincts helped her in the past. I call it dumb luck. Or maybe bad luck, since she's still yet to win an election....
The Republicans in Delaware didn't seem to trust her instincts. They seemed to consider her too far out there, and since she never won an election, they didn't get behind her. And the blame game begins anew. Nobody is spared the blame, from the mean media (now, where have I heard that one before?) to the Delaware Republicans.
I was bored with all the background stuff about her family and upbringing although it did shed light on the Christine O'Donnell that we know now.Read more ›
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Maybe, but it should be qualified with "for corporations only". As for the rest of us "persons", they want a nanny state to tell us how to live our lives, what to think, who we can and cannot love, what to wear and how to wear it, what we can and cannot do with our own bodies... basically, they want to make us slaves to the MIC, slaves who would not dare to question their authority, slaves who will happily scramble at the feet of their masters for whatever scraps they deign to leave behind for us peons, then kiss those feet in everlasting gratitude.
I wouldn't waste my money on trash like this.
Hahahahahahahaha. Nah, I kid. It sucked.