Book Reviews of The Way Things Ought to Be

The Way Things Ought to Be
The Way Things Ought to Be
Author: Rush Limbaugh
ISBN-13: 9780671751500
ISBN-10: 0671751506
Publication Date: 10/1/1993
Pages: 336
Rating:
  • Currently 2.7/5 Stars.
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2.7 stars, based on 66 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Rush being Rush LOL.
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"Fast-paced...funny" Dallas Morning News
"An instant bestseller..." Newsweek
"important reading for citizens,jurnalists, and politicians struggling to grasp the cultural civil war that seems to be racing..." Washington Post Book World
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I bought this because I so do not agree with most of what falls out of Rush Limbaugh's mouth. I thought it best to see, firsthand, what he had to say. I still don't agree with most of what he says, but it was an interesting read in its own right.
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Claiming to be "equal time" this is his view of the right's agenda. very interesting reading.
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This book is for anyone who dares to think and not be swayed by media inaccuracy and liberal irrationality and hysteria. Rush is still a pointed, provocative pundit who is passionate about the empowerment of people, not the gluttony of government. This book is an eye-opener and will erase any misconceptions about Rush being pompous or arrogant. It's the best book he has written.
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In the hottest nonfiction title since "Lacocca"(Time) radio and
television talkshow host RUSH LIMBAUGH blasts off on all the
leading issues of our day-with devastating aim.
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[from the back cover] ...Radio and television celebrity Rush Limbaugh blasts off on all the leading issues of our day--with devastating aim. Targeting such subjects as "The Imperial Congress", Anita Hill, The Social Utopians of Multiculturalisn, and The Earth is Not Fragile, this huggabl provoative conservative "with talent on loan from God" is, for millions of fans, the best source of American common sense today--a first-rate showman who is "almost always right 97.9% of the time" about The Way Things Ought To Be.
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A must read for Limbaugh fans....
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If you like Limbaugh you will enjoy this book.
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Rush Limbaugh, outrageous as ever, targets many issues.
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We are winning! Seriously though, as an avid listener of Rush's I would recommend this book highly. It'll give you great insight into how he bacame who he is today and a great walk through recent history.
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Rush continues to amaze me with his wit and intelligence. If only he would run for President, but he's more than likely too smart for that job.
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Just throw it away!
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I got about two chapters in before I gave up. While I agree with almost all of Rush's points, I simply could not wade through it.
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Limbaugh is a fairly amusing propagandist at times. Just don't take him too seriously.