I found Stupid Light Men, an e book written by Michael jordan Moore, very interesting and funny. The laughter in this book is viewed in a darker manor, through which he shows Bush's administration by showcasing their defective decisions. Moore makes you want to read in, having just about every page filled up with mind blowing information about our director George T. Bush as well as the " foolish white men" behind him. Although Moore is white, he clarifies that " every bit of pain and suffering around me has had a Caucasian confront to it" (Moore 59).
Moore states in his book the United States is definitely the country the world loves to hate. I agree with Moore's assertion. Moore delivers us with examples of why other countries, their governmental powers, and in many cases the people inside their countries have got such a strong loathing for the United States of America. Put into effect the power and government of other countries into the hands of our own leadership, revealing them to beliefs that were created on the soil rather than theirs. Moore allows someone to believe simply by reading his book and using his examples which the regimes and people's of other countries are laughing at us and our capability to believe we are superior. Rose bush has the tendency to make People in america look like fools in the eye of others. We are almost playing the ansto? role towards the other countries, and I totally stick with Moore when he introduces points about this idea.
In the first beginning chapter Moore describes in great details how Bush and his adjacent " stupid white men" skewed the voting in Florida. When needed of elections " В…31 percent of all black men in California are prohibited from voting because they have a felony issues record. Harris and Bush knew that removing the names of ex-felons from the voter rolls might keep 1000s of black citizens out of the voting booth" (4). He later on goes on to suggest that " 80 percent of people who were in order to vote" didn't want to because of this statistic (4). It is my belief that this is true, and I was glad to...