Bushit by Jack Guberman
Bushit is the book that Jack Huberman hoped he would never have to write. The author of the hugely successful Bush-Hater's Handbook became an American citizen in order to vote against the loathed administration of Dubya and his cronies. This time, Bush managed what he had failed to achieve in 2000, and did win the election. Huberman reacted to this calamitous news by writing a new, indispensable guide for concerned citizens everywhere. Moving from A through Z, Bushit explores with vitriol and humor the lows of Bush 2004. From the cynical manipulation by the Christian right of the Terry Schiavo tragedy to the alarming rise of the moral values mantra, from the corruption of DeLay to the mean-spiritedness of the bankruptcy bill, from corporate malfeasance to Martha Stewart, Deficit Attention Disorder to Creationism, Bushit catalogues the outrages and scandals of an administration that appears unwilling or unable to learn from the mistakes and deceits of its first term.