“One word sums up probably the responsibility of any vice president, and that one word is 'to be prepared'.”
Vice President Dan Quayle, not unlike President Chimpy McFlightsuit, always had a way with phrases. But the message certainly is an important one: Be Prepared.
For your future arguments with any neo-cons or paleo-cons, I offer these two books for your look-see, and how to be prepared.
How to Win a Fight With a Conservative by Daniel Kurtzman
“How to Win a Fight With a Conservative is the ultimate survival guide to arguing politics, filled with cunning strategies and damning facts guaranteed to bait and baffle right-wing blowhards everywhere.
With the presidential election approaching, this irreverent yet practical guide is essential reading for unpracticed neophytes and seasoned politicos alike — the perfect primer for anyone who's ever fantasized about smacking sense into a misguided conservative adversary.
With the help of the tips and tricks in this book, we'll show you how to confidently tangle with conservatives in any situation — from surviving family sparring matches to engaging in Internet flame wars, or even what to do if you're sleeping with the enemy. If you're tired of right-wing nut jobs and their nonsense, it's time to do your part to defend America, one argument at a time.”
“We're Right, They're Wrong” by James Carville
The media is flooded with anti-Clinton and anti-Democrat propaganda. Republican voices and faces blanket the airwaves spouting misinformation at a breakneck pace. The average American hears only this one-sided barrage of negative attacks, yet few liberals respond. James Carville is one liberal who is not going to just sit idly while the Republicans mislead the American Public.
His new book, We're Right, They're Wrong, gives liberals and progressives the ammunition they need to fight back against the Republican media machine. We're Right, They're Wrong, Carville explains, is for people who want to know the facts behind the Republican myths and falsehoods. "It is for people who have had to put up with nauseating, inaccurate lectures from selfish airheads about the way the country was founded and what the Constitution really means," Carville says.
Anyway, 2008 will be a long road to the White House. A good reading of “We’re Right, They’re Wrong” and “How to Win a Fight With a Conservative” will keep you ready for the fights yet to come.