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The Tea Party Guide to Being a Real American by Roland Boyle
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May 14, 2012

it was ok
bookshelves: 2012, humor, politics
Read in May, 2012

Sort of a cross between 'The Colbert Report' and 'The Official Preppy Handbook' from back in the day, this satirical look at the Tea Party comes across as already dated as I read it (May 10, 2012), even though it was just published in November 2011. If you are interested at all in the ridiculousness of the glorious Tea Party movement, you better read this one fast, because it is dating faster than...well, faster than Levi Johnston after escaping the clutches of the Palins to become a full-fledged media whore in his own right.

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