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Speech-less by Matthew Latimer
Sep 07, 2010 | 304 Pages
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New Book by Former Bush Administration Writer Hailed by Right
Probably the most important political book of the year… [Matt is] one heck of a great conservative.  It seems to me [it is] getting a very good reaction from conservatives around the country… The last time I read a book that was this funny was Christopher Buckley’s White House Mess.”
Jed Babbin, Editor, Human Events
“Latimer comes across as honest…He’s a deft writer, and has a good eye and a nice turn of phrase.  You may find yourself surprised by what he has to report.  I was. … Let me simply admit that I was darned entertained by Speech-lessLatimer’s contribution to the [White House memoir] shelf is welcome and worthy.”
–Christopher Buckley, bestselling writer and commentator

It’s a good read… quite frankly, the stories are funny!”
Pat Buchanan, MSNBC news analyst and contributor
“Lots of people write accounts of their time at the White House. Virtually no one has done it as well… This book is excellent:  funny, sensible, informative, interesting as hell, and beautifully written. If only there had been more Matt Latimers in the Bush administration.”
Tucker Carlson, Fox News analyst, former co-host of CNN’s “Crossfire
 ”Matt Latimer’s hilarious account reads like political satire, except it’s all true…Latimer’s description of government bureaucracy should be framed and placed in every government office… completely accurate and completely hilarious.
Ann Coulter, Best-selling Author and Fox News analyst
 ”It’s fair to say that President Bush left office having disappointed many conservatives, despite his success at keeping the American homeland free from terrorist attack for seven years after 9/11… Mr. Bush said, ‘but I redefined the Republican Party.’  That may have been true, but how well did that work out for the Republican Party?
John Fund, Editorial Page, The Wall Street Journal
 ”[G]ives Republicans in particular a lot to think about if they ever hope to reclaim power…Even more than the messages this book conveys, at its heart this is a compelling story about idols who sometimes disappoint you…”
Stephen F. Hayes, Senior Writer Weekly Standard, Fox News contributor
 ”A lot of really positive things about President Bush in this book…  I like knowing more about what’s happening in these halls of power. And as a conservative,… I’m fascinated by this because this can’t happen again to the Republican Party.  This party can’t go down this road of big spending… That’s not conservatism.  Matt Latimer, Speech-lessBe your own judge. Pick it up and check it out and don’t believe everything necessarily that you’re hearing.”
Laura Ingraham, Host, The Laura Ingraham Show
“A lot of conservatives that have read [Matt’s] book have called me up and just said, ‘Ok, so this was the problem with [Bush] all along.'”
Joe Scarborough, Host, MSNBC’s Morning Joe

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