WTF! This Is A Liberal Utopia!

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Suddenly awakening from a coma, liberal English Professor Felix Schwartz discovers the country has gone through some notable changes during his three-decades-long nap. Tommy 'the hillbilly' is a Mob Traffic Controller, someone who monitors the new national pastime of rioting.  Gertrude is your typical housewife in 2050: unmarried in the traditional sense, living in a trailer More
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About Frank B. Thompson III

I am a decidedly rational person who became interested in writing during the Obama years.

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WTF! This is a Liberal Utopia!
Just what would America look like if today's liberal intelligencia ultimately succeed? Take a look at one possible future through the eyes of one of the geniuses on the left...Professor Felix Schwartz.

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Review by: Frank Lee on July 23, 2014 :
I am glad I read LIARS first. WTF is terrible. LIARS was great so I know what this author is capable of. WTF is supposed to be about a man who gets knocked out in 2020 or so and remains comatose until 2050 then wakes up, and gets a load of the liberal world in 2050. Ok the biggest problem with this is that the author has these conversations between a hypothetical narrator & reader. That would in itself not be too bad but they dominate most of the book! Page after page of this dribble and hardly any adherence to the story line. It reminded me of reading a UseNet post from Alt.Tasteless back in the 1990s for those of you can remember the internets of the 90's. If you enjoy that endless banter go ahead and read it. But I give it only one brown star!! Comon, you can do better than this Mr. Thompson!
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Review by: Bob Buchanan on July 17, 2014 :
Can I aks yous a question? Don't go into the bidness, you will end up writn legislation! Yur Congressmn will be beatin on ur do...

Seriously! Hilarious read, hopefully no one in any way connected to our current liberal legislatures reads this! Too many frighteningly "good" ideas for them to enact!
Great piece of political satire, strikes too close to home, at times though...
Scary but so true of some of the "unintended consequences" of our liberal doctrinaires wish to put forth. Should be required reading in every Political Fundamentals 101 course.
In some ways this is scarier than Orwell's 1984!
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