The Herald is becoming too left-leaning for my taste. Your writers, Richard Cohen (and others), are living in never-never land. We should take his advice and avoid a book that criticizes people whom he secretly loves? I haven't read the book ("Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. the Obamas"), but the buying math tells me there are a lot of people wanting to know what it has to say. Conservatives "will buy anything," he says. Clearly, Richard is another victim of abuse who keeps going back home and defending the abuser.
Richard, you do understand the majority of the people in the U.S. think Barack Obama is one of the worst presidents ever, ahead of even Richard Nixon? But they are all racists, right? We should take your advice on what books to read?
If I have learned anything in the past five years, it is that far left-leaning knuckleheads will say anything to get public opinion on their side. They prey on the uneducated and those who actually think mainstream media has their best interests at heart. These radical leftists, Richard included, lost me when they gave Obama a free pass on what was later called the biggest lie of the year, if you like your plan/doctor you can keep them.
This is a textbook case of why the abused continue to return to the home where they are being beaten. Problem is, it can only end badly, unless they finally wake up, realize the nightmare they are in, and get the heck out of the house. Richard, I don't trust your opinion on what books to read. To you and other left-leaning writers who may go home tonight, this is for your own good: Get out of the house, now!