**#1 Amazon Bestseller in Parodies**
**#1 Amazon Bestseller in Practical Politics**
From Good Kindle Books Review:
Mitt Romney is the typical corporate Republican. Comedians love making fun of guys like him. In the new book, What Mitt Romney Meant to Say, author Richard Wood takes it a step further, taking actual quotes from the former Massachusetts governor and translating it, removing doublespeak and getting to the truth. It’s part humor, and part truth.
This book definitely has some hilarious moments. Romney is just such a perfect target for humor, and easy to parody. Wood gives you a good dose of that. If you’re looking for humor and are a Tea Party conservative, this will put a smile on your face as you sort through the pathetic Republican field.
This is actually part one of a larger Political Quotation Translation Volume, that will include quotes and translations for presidents Obama, Bush, Clinton, and Reagan. If this first part is any indication, the series should be worth a few laughs and shakes of the head. Definitely for political junkies, What Mitt Romney Meant to Say is a great kick-off to what should be an interesting series of books.
From the introduction:
So, what is the Political Quotation Translation series? It’s where quotes from politicians like Mitt Romney are translated into plain English, so that you can understand what was the meaning behind the words. In some cases, the translation will clarify when a politician misspeaks. Other times, the translation will do away with doublespeak and reveal his true intent. In all cases, the translations will be serious yet satirical. Who knows? You may even discover a conspiracy or two.
Have you ever read between the lines? That is what this book does: read between those lines, and then present the information for you to read. We hope you will laugh and ponder at what is revealed.