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How do they get away with it? By hiring our own political leaders, as soon as they leave office, to lobby for them to rip us off. And we have a president who willingly obliges countries that poach on our sovereignty, refusing to stand up for our interests and our jobs.
In Screwed!, best-selling authors Dick Morris and Eileen McGann lay bare the unvarnished facts as never before and suggest real, immediate, and specific steps to stop those who undermine our interests and take away our jobs. Morris and McGann have documented exactly how the United States is getting screwed, and how to stop it. They dig up the facts, name names, point fingers, and suggest concrete solutions - independent of partisan politics.
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By Johnie on 05-09-12
And without dinner or a kiss...
Dick Morris and Eileen McGann make powerful arguments for exactly how America is moving into a one world order; and precisely who is selling all of America’s sovereignty. One warning, once you get into this book (listening) you won’t be able to turn it off. The book names, names and details everything, no speculation here at all. Politicians we respected (eg Dick Gephardt) are selling out our children and grandchildren. The Chinese don’t have to steal our technology; we are giving and selling it to them. We are actually directly funding the Taliban, and we must stop it now. Our problem will be in the lame duck session, but there are steps we can take now to stop it.
I own this and three other Morris books. This is by far his most powerful and frightening.
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By Thomas on 10-26-12
Lost of Information, great to know.
This book has so much valuable information, however, I found myself wishing I had the book to reference it afterwards. Dick Morris seems like he knows his stuff. This book has so much info about all the different countries out there. I love how when he tells us how we are being Screwed he then gives us a way out. I always remember being told, if you don't have a solution to a problem don't complain about it. The narrator was good but not great.