REVIEW: Liberalism is a Mental Disorder

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In classic Savage Style, Liberalism is a Mental Disorder brings to a conclusion the author's trilogy concerning defending America from Liberal assault.

Dr. Savage poses several problems facing America, and from his unique perspective presents "Savage Solutions" for each. Savage takes on such hot-bed issues as Iraq, Islamofascism, illegal immigration, assault-by-litigation on American businesses, revisionist history, the ACLU, and current American political shifts.

Savage holds no punches from either the Democrat or Republican parties, and reserves none of his disdain for lack of true political debate from the "Demicans" and "Republicrats" that run Washington. While the rhetoric is occasionally over-the-top, the underlying truths are undeniable for most of the issues covered in the book.

I am disappointed, however, that Dr. Savage has apparently bought into the liberal media's propagandist views on Iraq, and takes a decidedly negative outlook on the eventual outcome - an outlook with which I wholeheartedly disagree.

That issue aside, I consider Savage's views to be the far-right boundary, without being too extreme for reasonable debate - practical solutions to the issues addressed may or may not include his Savage Solutions.

In the final tally, Savage is right more often than he is wrong (in fact, his take on Iraq is the only one with which I take major issue). The book is a fun read - especially for the reaction it ilicits from Liberals who might happen to catch you reading it.