Blue Collar President
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Blue Collar President  -     By: Jack Miller

Blue Collar President

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Title: Blue Collar President
By: Jack Miller
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 156
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2011
Dimensions: 9.02 X 5.98 X 0.36 (inches)
Weight: 8 ounces
ISBN: 1449727867
ISBN-13: 9781449727864
Stock No: WW727864

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Jim Morris was a country boy whose father was out of work for a time due to a union strike. The hardship his family experienced as a result left a lasting enmity against all unions. After high school, Jim became restless and decided to hitchhike around the United States and explore for himself what he had studied while in school. It didn't take long to get into some interesting situations that would change his life forever.

Broke, cold, and hungry, Jim tried to enlist in the navy and the air force, only to be turned away because the quotas were filled. Reluctantly he joined the marines at Paris Island, a move he never regretted. While in the marines, he became fast friends with a Jewish fellow who remained his lifelong friend and partner, right up to the White House. After the marines, he married a preacher's daughter, going against all odds. After several years, he gave his life to the Lord, only to find out he didn't like what they were teaching his children in school. That led him into minor politics, then to the state house, and finally to the White House, after becoming the Tea Party candidate.

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