Sunday, October 09, 2005


Holy crap.
This full-color illustrated book is a fun way for parents to teach young children the valuable lessons of conservatism. Written in simple text, readers can follow along with Tommy and Lou as they open a lemonade stand to earn money for a swing set. But when liberals start demanding that Tommy and Lou pay half their money in taxes, take down their picture of Jesus, and serve broccoli with every glass of lemonade, the young brothers experience the downside to living in Liberaland.

(amazon description)

The publisher's description:
Would you let your child read blatantly liberal stories with titles such as "King & King;" "No, George, No;" or "It's Just a Plant?"

Unless you live in Haight-Ashbury or write for the New York Times, probably not. But with the nation's libraries and classrooms filled with overtly liberal children's books advocating everything from gay marriage to marijuana use, kids everywhere are being deluged with left-wing propaganda.
Mmm mm mmm. If you visit the amazon page, don't miss out on some of the user reviews:
the point of this book is not abstraction but love and hardness--it teaches kids how to have a heart of stone, to be broken with one hard blow, as it were, to be the hero of their fathers--to be able to see fathers as heroes nowadays. because we all know what the liberals have done to fatherhood. they have made it spare, weak and immoral.

but i am a father, i have control, i have mercy, love and the belt! and with this book and the grace of Jesus so too will my chldren conform to the blessings of the Almighty in america. i wouldn't have it any other way and neither should you.

well that's it for me. god bless--and I mean that-- god bless the heck out of 'ya. and let your soul shine and burn until the black night of nothingness comes to take us all into into its soft pink fold.

hope this review helped, fellow travelers.
This book is from a group called Worlds Ahead Publishing, and this is the first book in their "Kids Ahead" series. If you visit their Books Page, don't miss the instant classic "Thank You, President Bush - Reflections on the War on Terror, Defense of the Family, and Revival of the Economy."

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