March 24, 2010

Most of this is quite moving. The rest isn't.


libhom said...

Obama is a wonderful orator. It's such a shame that he keeps pushing Republican policies like the wealthcare bill.

two crows said...

hey, libhom, good to see you. I've been away for a while and will probably stay away. the hate is too disheartening -- so I've kind of given up.

in answer to your response: if this is such a Republican bill I think someone should tell the Republicans. they seem to have missed that memo.

Anonymous said...

Book Review Request: What Sex is a Republican?

(I couldn't find your contact email, hence the comment.)

At this time, we are sending out a copy of a new book entitled What Sex is a Republican? Stories from the Front Lines of American Politics and How You Can Change the Way Things Are to bloggers for review. In this political autobiography former State Representative to the Wisconsin State Legislature Terri McCormick takes a look at the political game from behind the curtain with one intention; to call on each of us to serve in our local, state and federal governments.

The link for What Sex is a Republican? Stories from the Front Lines of American Politics and How You Can Change the Way Things Are on Amazon is:

In her memoir, What Sex Is a Republican?, author Terri McCormick presents a case for courage from the perspective a lawmaker who is uniquely qualified to do so. Based on actual events, her book explains what happened to our political system when citizens weren't actively engaged and then she calls on each of us to change the way things are. This book provides an insider's perspective to the realm of American politics and the struggle of "career politicians" to stay in power at all costs. Coming from a grassroots background, she proves that ideas and "integrity leaders" can win over these career politicians and calls on Americans to take back the reins and restore a government for and by the people.

I'd love to send you a copy of the book for you to review on your blog. The author is also available for an author interview.

Thank you for considering the idea.
I look forward to hearing from you.


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The Cadence Group:

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