Humorous books about President George W. Bush, including best-sellers by Michael Moore, Molly Ivins, and collections of the funniest "Bushisms."
Edited By Daryle Cagle, 2005 - This cartoon feast for Bush supporters and detractors features the best Bush cartoons from the entire Bush administration, compiled from all the top editorial cartoonists. Some of the moments captured in the cartoons include: Bush and 9/11, the war in Iraq, campaign 2004, Bush and the environment, stem cell research, and more.
By Calvin Trillin, 2006 - Despite everything Trillin wrote about Bush in Obliviously On He Sails, his 2004 bestseller in verse, George W. Bush is still in the White House. Taking a philosophical view, Trillin says, "We weren't going to know whether you could bring down a presidency with iambic pentameter until somebody tried it." Now Trillin is trying again, back at his pithy and hilarious best as he comments on Bushs decision to go to war in Iraq, his religiosity, and other topics.
A companion to the "George W. Bush Out of Office Countdown Calendar," this highly entertaining book features more reckless rhetoric, mindless mishaps, craven cronies, and daring doublespeak.
By by R.D. Rosen et al - Written by the team that brought us the #1 New York Times bestseller Bad Cat, Bad President takes the "bad" format and puts it to the service of political satire. Filled with hilarious, undoctored photographs, cutting captions, Bad President captures our commander-in-chief doing what he unintentionally does best and delivers a book's worth of great laughs.
Edited by Jacob Weisberg, 2005 - No one is more gifted in the art of the gaffe than our 43rd president. Love him or hate him, this latest batch of malopropisms, slip-ups, and verbal contortions will raise a hearty chuckle -- and the occasional evebrow. From Bush's now classic Freudian faux-pas on healthcare, to his head-scratching statements on ingelligence and the war in Iraq, "George W. Bushisms V" presents Bush at his baffling best.
By Calvin Trillin, 2004 - Collecting his weekly poems in the Nation magazine, Calvin Trillin passes merciless judgment on the Bush administration, condemning the president and his advisers for everything from lying about the war in Iraq to misusing the English language. But, as always, no matter how great his outrage, Trillin is never without his wry sense of humor.
New Yorker humorist Paul Slansky brings you a comical compendium of quizzes filled with hundreds of questions and answers on the personal and political life of George W. The result is a hilarious crash course in everything Dubya.
By the Creators of WhiteHouse.Org, 2004 - This hilarious, dead-on parody provides all the guidance you need to get ahead in today's executive branch. With the same brilliantly subversive and fearlessly offensive wit that earned WhiteHouse.org 7 Dot-Comedy Awards, this book takes bold aim at our CEO president and the "crazed zealots, shame-deprived opportunists, and shrill political hypocrites" of "White House Inc." If ever a book was going to be banned under the Patriot Act, this would be it!
With new Bushisms coming fast and furious in this election season, ace Bushism editor Jacob Weisberg offers a must-read compendium and "explanation" of the first term. The book features such gems as "I know how hard it is for you to put food on your family," "You teach a child to read, and he or her will be able to pass a literacy test," and "I promise you I will listen to what has been said here, even though I wasn't here."
By Michael Moore, 2003 - Fresh on the heels of his #1 New York Times bestseller, "Stupid White Men," Michael Moore returns with a bold but hilarious act of sedition as he seeks to overthrow the "Thief in Chief" and effect the kind of grass roots change that will shake the very foundations of our country.