A Deficit of Decency

A Deficit of Decency The Georgia politician identifies a broad spectrum of issues ranging from media and sports role models to the justice system to the decline of traditional Christian values of the family responsibi

  • Title: A Deficit of Decency
  • Author: Zell Miller Sean Hannity
  • ISBN: 9780974537634
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Georgia politician identifies a broad spectrum of issues, ranging from media and sports role models, to the justice system, to the decline of traditional Christian values of the family, responsibility and sacrifice, in which an absence of decency is threatening the essence of American values and aspirations 100,000 first printingTitle.A Deficit Of DecencyAuthorThe Georgia politician identifies a broad spectrum of issues, ranging from media and sports role models, to the justice system, to the decline of traditional Christian values of the family, responsibility and sacrifice, in which an absence of decency is threatening the essence of American values and aspirations 100,000 first printingTitle.A Deficit Of DecencyAuthor.Miller, Zell Hannity, Sean FRW Publisher.Stroud Hall PubPublication Date.2005 04 30Number of Pages.268Binding Type.HARDCOVERLibrary of Congress.2005003182

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    1. Zell Miller earned the distinction of being one of the Conservative Democrats, which is a rarity these days, who were invited to speak in both Democratic and Republican party conventions for Clinton in 1992, and for Bush, Jr. in 2004. He struck me as a man of principle, sticking to what he believes is right, an act which earned him many enemies from his own party, which he would rather sacrifice than his own principles. Throughout the book, I can see that he is a conservative through and through [...]

    2. The only problem current events books is that, in a couple of years, at least parts of them will no longer be current. This was written in 2005, right after GWB's election to his second term, and the more things changed, the more they (mostly) stayed the some. Most of his insights into people and character in general are still spot-on and incredibly insightful. Some of the more political situation-specific predictions, however, did not weather well. Like most of the smart money, he was thinking [...]

    3. I was rather disappointed by this book, to say the least. After hearing what Zell Miller had to say at the Republican National Convention in 2004, I was eager to be indoctrinated into his views on the state of the nation. While I agree largely with what he has to say about the lack of decency, morals, respect, etc in this nation, his arguments are drab and pedestrian. The book is heavy with stories of his childhood and family that, at first, are compelling but later overdrawn and insipid. I woul [...]

    4. I really love Zell Miller (even though he's a Democrat!) - this is a brilliant man. It's a shame that Washington doesn't have more honest, decent people like him representing the American people. I highly recommend this book.

    5. I met Mr. Miller after hearing him speak (around the time this book was released) and liked what he had to say. He comes across much better in person than in print. I'd recommend watching his RNC speech on YouTube rather than reading this book.

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