Too many of us often adopt the attitude that 'they all do it, ' meaning that all politicians lie, so our job is to pick the one who is the most charismatic or is better at appearing to be truthful compared to his opponent. And unfortunately, it seems that believability is not that important anymore. What would our Founding Fathers think of our current political system? As our leaders in Washington D.C. become increasingly ineffective, it becomes easier to envision the frustrations of great leaders like Washington, Jefferson, and Madison, observing our situation with disdain. Above all else, these men of wisdom were dedicated to the ideas of personal responsibility and integrity. What a far cry from the behavior seen today by the people elected to represent each one of us. Thankfully, the Founding Fathers provided us with the means to change our fortunes: by electing new leaders every two, four, or six years, we, the citizens of the United States, have the power to save ourselves from The Poison of Politics. Author Rex Reed examines politicians from across the spectrum, using their own words to show their inconsistencies, their lies, and their complicit relationship with the national media. Through the exchange of ideas, the power of education, and the light of honesty, The Poison of Politics will stir the hearts and minds of all patriotic Americans to rise up and reclaim the role the Founding Father's intended.
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