Retired church administrator now free to exercise my lifetime yen to become a published author.
I was born in Kansas City MO and lived there until my relocation to South Carolina in 2005.
on Oct. 09, 2012 :
I don’t know how common it is that a first-time author recommends his #1 competition, a book with almost identical title as his own. All ego aside, for the sake of the upcoming elections and the future of our country, I have to warmly recommend Sherry McKnight’s “Dear Editor - Liberal tidbits”. Her e-book is not only well written and extremely educational and informative on a range of subjects important for voters, but I think this treasure chest should be required reading, whether you currently are a voter or plan to exercise your constitutional rights in the future.
This book addresses just about all the issues confronting us and picks apart the lies, misrepresentations and personal attacks the Republicans have based their election campaign on. There is so much at stake this year, especially on background of the voter suppression Republicans hope will put their cronies into the various offices to support their limited self-interests. Also, this book is a timely reminder of how the election was stolen in 2000, and what 8 years under Republican reign brought us and for which we are still paying dearly!
In the author’s own words:
"This compilation of Letters to the Editor, combined with several fact-based graphs and
charts, is my effort to offer facts, to open minds, and to urge all voters to make electoral
selections based on information and avoid prior programmed party affiliation. I want to
preserve actual Democracy - I see groups attacking it".
If you intend to vote Republican, you owe it to yourself and the country to read this book and educate yourself, instead of blindly accepting the rhetoric from the right!
If you intend to vote Democratic, read the book to utterly convince you that you are making the right choice. You will also realize how totally wrong and dangerous the opposition is, - for us, the nation, - and the world!
(review of free book)