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Who Is Jeb!!! review ↠ 3 í Jeb Bush the good son he could sing the good song if only he had the soul Jeb the moderate the sensible conservative competent governor business builder self deemed wonk establishment darling How has this mirage been rigged What well oiled machinations have orchestrated such delusions Just drill a little deeper uncap the well eN and the Stupidparty all the way to 2016 with its abysmal collection of Stupidparty presidential candidates none of whom have any interest in salvaging American democracy or learning from such historiesJeb's heart does not beat in tune with the needs of the American people; it beats to a different drum To find its source to understand its rhythm we must venture into shadowy secret castles to reconnect with echoes of the past in order to avoid an inglorious futu. This book is in a specific category of literature It belongs in the political books about a public figure written by someone unaffiliated that has an opinion they want to share There are a plethora of these books that pop up in times of political controversy Now with keeping that frame of reference in mind this piece of writing is done rather wellIt lost half a star for continually writing Jeb as “Jeb” throughout the work The reason why is explained towards the beginning and Patrick Andendall has a point It was a bit distracting though while reading the rest of the book Personally I felt like it drew away from the current point that was being madeThe other half a star was lost in the slight immaturity that Patrick would occasionally slip in Part of that is shown in the full title itself Who is Jeb John Ellis “Jeb” Bush and his Horrendously Horrible Histories I appreciate the alliteration but is that really necessary at the end Maybe I am just expecting the writing style to just be sophisticated for the subject matter but that is how I feel about itNow my compliments are abundant A great takeaway about the author is he really did his research All of his sources are cited as well I did not take the time to fact check him on everything However I did some checking and things came back accurate The leaps in logic that he takes can be easily followed for the most part There were a few things that he actually changed my mind on as well The book is fairly well organized as well I didn’t like the sectionchapter title lengths sometimes but that is a minor detail Patrick did keep the writing style interesting Metaphors and similes are used from being to end which really help paint a picture for the readers Overall if you want some detailed info on the Bush family while it centering around Jeb this is a decent read
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Jeb Bush the good son he could sing the good song if only he had the soul Jeb the moderate the sensible conservative competent governor business builder self deemed wonk establishment darling How has this mirage been rigged What well oiled machinations have orchestrated such delusions Just drill a little deeper uncap the well expose the pent up secrets and witness a ground shaking blowoutWith hindsight we can now see that even a modicum of due diligence into his. I found the book to be very interesting A lot of information that I had no idea about The book wasn't exactly what I thought it would be I had hopes of positive and negative information There wasn't any positive info just negative We all have events in our past that others may find distasteful I feel that it is time to stop the negativity and start being positive Digging up dirt and secrets of the past information that we find negative but others may not isn't accomplishing anything Negativity breeds negativity Haven't we all had enough I have no objection to stating facts but why don't we put some positive facts to match up with the negative Are we too perfect and others imperfect that we can't see good in others I realize that Republicans take the Republican sideusually regardless of right or wrong Regardless of who fits the bill best but just because they are Republicans Same is true for the Democrats Why don't we just unite all objective and support the best person for the job not taking party sides We all not just politicians have some dark secrets Just dig deep enough and you'll find them I do believe the book is well written and does relate some very interesting facts The author must have done a tremendous amount of research Everyone is entitled to their opinion Let's put a little positivity into our thinking and make the best choice I'm not saying you shouldn't take seriously any negative FACTS but take into account the positive too Very interesting book and as I said well written I would suggest you read and make your own conclusion As a last comment I didn't realize what his actual name was I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in exchange for my unbiased review
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Who Is Jeb Brother's DNA would have allowed a picture of what was destined to transpire during that presidency for It was written The answers lie in the family's long standing nefarious historiesIf Jeb disappears prematurely from our radar vital truths may remain buried for yet another generation Understand who Jeb is; then one can actually understand virtually every misstep America has taken since the 1950s leading remorselessly to War the birth of radicalism polarizatio. Patrick Andendall's Who is Jeb John Ellis Jeb Bush and His Horrendous Horrible Histories is a follow up to his Stupidparty book published in 2014 It resonates as a history of Bush family politics and businesses rather than simply about Jeb Though he makes the point to say that one story cannot be told without the other In this book the author is on a mission to discourage voters from placing another Bush in this case Jeb in the White House during the 2016 elections Once again the author has done a great deal of research and is able to support his views with hard facts The first section of the book focuses on the Bush men beginning with Jeb's grandfather Prescott Bush who had a formidable resume for a man of his times He was a retired Naval Captain banking executive and yes a politician With each career move Jeb's grandfather managed to make connections that would benefit not only his oldest son George HW but also his grandsons George W and the man in uestion Jeb in their political endeavors Many of these connections have very bad history attached to them Andendall paints Jeb as a failure in his attempts to carry the family legacy He also refers to Jeb as a man with a shallow world view For example when he drew number 27 in the Vietnam draft Rather than being eager to serve his country like his father and brother he reported to his parents that he would prefer to claim conscientious objector status To his good fortune the United States began to withdraw from Vietnam before he was called Moving forward he delved in banking real estate joined his father's campaign for president then managed to become the 43rd Governor of Florida Many of Jeb's failings are pointed out in each of his endeavors Throughout the second half of the book the author points out Jeb's poor stupidparty policy decision making during his two terms as governor of Florida After leaving office his report card was in the lower ranks with few successes Yet he announced his presidential candidacy in the 2016 elections perhaps with hopes that his last name connections and terms as governor would draw voters his way When his campaign failed to appeal to voters he pulled out of the race then endorsed his opponent Ted Cruz This book was written in 2016 when readers may have had of an interest in Jeb Bush Presently for people particularly interested in learning about how the Bush men made their way into politics I would recommend this book I might add that one should be prepared to be shocked by the scandal ridden revelations made from start to finish