Conservative Comebacks to Liberal Lies
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Conservative Comebacks to Liberal Lies

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THE CONSERVATIVE S POLITICAL BIBLE. Let s say you re listening to a loony liberal, debating some dopey Democrat, or arguing with a gaggle of goofy lefties. Wouldn t it be great to have the facts to combat all those liberals lies? Well, here it is: finally, the book that sets the record straight! Radio host and author Gregg Jackson has written THE authoritative answer book...more
Paperback, 383 pages
Published July 18th 2006 by JAJ Publishing
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Marky
Jun 16, 2008 Marky rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Die-hard conservatives and lost liberals
Recommended to Marky by: National Review
This book is a political refrence created for conservatives and Republicans alike. It covers issues from gun control to Operation Iraqi Freedom. It gives truthful and brilliant responses to the most common liberal claims. All these responses are supported by tough and indisputable evidence. With this book, i drilled my way through the touchest political debates i had ever encountered. These responses aupported by clear evidence left liberals wordless and pissed off. The entire looney left winge...more
wally
though the technology may be redundant, out-of-date the day you walk out of the store with it....the arguments presented here seem to hold true...what is it...4-5-6 years after published?

does that tell us something about us?

cain killed abel...so what has changed? methodology?

i saw this listed in "recommended reading" on thomas sowell's website....thomas, the former marxist for you gang-banging liberals...

onward and upward

as noted elsewhere...jackson's format, neato...using the alphabet to set u...more
Jarrod Jenkins
The provocative title lets you know before even delving into the material where Jackson stands. His goal here is a simple one: provide concrete facts and information to combat the liberal propaganda promulgated by the mainstream media. He takes 26 topics, lists the typical liberal claim put forth, and then the conservative rebuttal. For example, the letter “O” stands for “Operation Iraqi Freedom,” the liberal claim is “War never solved anything,” the conservative rebuttal is that war eradicated...more
Atchisson
Pretty similar to "The Official Handbook of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy". In case you have TWO liberals driving you nuts, get this too. Then follow the same prescription: Simply hand him the book and walk away smugly. Of course they won't read it -- if they REALLY wanted the truth they'd have to consider becoming conservatives.
Mark Konrad


Why liberals should read this- It is a fool who can not articulate the rhetoric of their opponents.



To conservatives: this book, much like a michael moore film, plays fast and loose with the truth.



Hannah
Fantastic information.. great research. Every argument is well explained and logical. Good book whether people are conservative or liberal; everyone ought to know what's going on in the world.
goddess
Fun book. Sometimes over the top, but overall some great talking points. Jackson puts things into perspective and explains things quite well.
Amanda Rawson
Very carefully researched. Very interesting to read.
Jennifer Dvorak
Great book! A must read for liberals to regain some sense!
Andrew Toy
Great book for everyone to read - Republicans, to brush up on why they stand for what they do, and for Democrats to at least understand why Republicans believe what they believe, and that Republicans aren't just out to start wars and hog money. Jackson makes a definite argument that the real difference between the right and the left (besides moral choices) is that Republicans are looking out for what's in the nation's best interest twenty years from now, and Democrats are looking at what's "best...more
Katty
Meh. I liked the concept and style of the book. Being able to read small sections on select issues was convenient and some of the information was informative and accurate.

Unfortunately, a good deal of the content didn't impress me. It seemed like the author sought and selected every statistic (no matter how obscure or questionable) that was in line with conservative ideology and pasted it in to support his talking points. Even though I agree with some conservative views discussed in the book, t...more
Jake Danishevsky
Very easy ready and must have book. It is a quick summary of everything or at least most items that you need to know to have a conversation with a liberal. It is a A to Z on how to have facts and information that will get you through an argument, if you will. Nice to have item for those who tend to discuss politics or merely enjoy having facts at hand.
Eveline
Good to read the other perspective. Is it just because I'm getting older that I'm swaying? Sometimes just as defensive as the other side, sometimes using 'facts' that make no sense. Definitely lots of rhetoric…. alas it's politics.
Renz Homer Cerillo
highly informative! some basic debatable topics, contextualized within the liberals and republicans.
Steen Knigge
70% of the book is pretty good. Interesting takes on social issues
D Teegan
Nov 13, 2007 D Teegan rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: conservatives looking to prove a point
There is some scary information in here. Informative read.
Nicole Keadle
This book was completely riduculous.
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