I had been warned not to read this book because it was just a book that bashed Liberals. In reading it, however, I found that it was really a book about Liberals bashing, maligning and vilifying Conservatives, Republicans, Christians, Red State inhabitants, and specifically President Bush, and his entire administration and anyone else who doesn't think the way they do. Michelle Malkin lets liberals expose themselves by quoting them directly and showing how they think.
It is a sad day for America to see how our culture has declined. Civility and respect for fellow Americans has been totally abandoned by many Liberal Democrats. It is not just the fringes either. Malkin quotes leaders of the Democratic Party shouting insults, not only in the heat of campaigns, but also in the halls of congress. Ugly language, profanity and over the top hatred have permeated the psyche of the far left who now control the Democratic Party.
Liberal hatred is not confined to rhetoric either. Malkin reports on numerous acts of vandalism, physical attacks, and terrorist acts directed at Republican Headquarters around the country before and after the 2004 election. These acts were not confined to a few loonies but were pervasive and widespread across the country. If acts like these were directed at Democratic Headquarters we would have never heard the end of it by the mainstream media. The fact is that the mainstream media looks the other way, laughs off much of the outrageous speech and behavior of the left as a joke, suggesting the Conservatives have no sense of humor.
You will wonder what has happened to decency-to sanity when liberals obsess about assassinating the President, wallow in conspiracy theories, compare America to the worst murderous regimes in the world, and accuse our military of crimes equal to head-severing terrorists. This book should be a wake up call to the Democratic Party. Liberals who have long viewed themselves as compassionate, tolerant, open minded, and smart had better take a long hard look in the mirror and see what they have become.