Book review: Caucus of Corruption

In the runup to the 2006 elections, the Democrats ratcheted up the rhetoric about the “culture of corruption” they believed was part and parcel of being a Republican, and at the same time tried to convince the American people that they were above all of that, and promised that – if elected to the majority – they would transform Congress into the “most honest, ethical, and open Congress in history.”

We all knew it was a bald-faced lie, and I’ve documented some of their lies about that at this blog, but nothing fits the pieces of the puzzle all together to show just how deeply entrenched the Democratic party is in their own culture of corruption better than the book Caucus of Corruption, written by my friends Matt Margolis and Mark Noonan.

The first chapter alone is enough to make your mouth drop open. It’s devoted to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the ringleader of the ‘clean up Congress’ Democratic election committee, and what you read about her and how far back her days of playing politics for personal gain go will make you view La Pelosi in a whole new light. I mean, we knew she wasn’t perfect before, but this book really puts a mega-hurtin’ on the squeaky clean image the Speaker tries so hard to project about herself – and her party.

Matt and Mark make it clear in the book that they aren’t trying to make light of Republican corruption, and acknowledge it exists, but they wrote the book to give Democratic corruption more attention than the liberal media does.

So pick up your copy today. It’s like one-stop shopping for all the info you need on the corruptocrats in the Democratic party.

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(In the interest of full disclosure, I should note that for several months in 2005 and early 2006 I had the pleasure of guestblogging at one of Matt’s and Mark’s sites (Blogs For Bush). Guestblogger or not, I’d still recommend COC as it extensively details Democratic party corruption from top to bottom. Also, I am not being compensated in any way for this endorsement, and the book links above merely track *in numbers* how many people purchased the book after reading my review).

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