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Steele, Robert (2008). Election 2008: Lipstick on the Pig (Substance of Governance; Legitimate Grievances; Candidates on the Issues; Balanced Budget 101; Call to Arms: Fund We Not Them; Annotated Bibliography), Earth Intelligence Network, September 23, 2008

Steele, Robert (2008). Election 2008: Lipstick on the Pig (Substance of Governance; Legitimate Grievances; Candidates on the Issues; Balanced Budget 101; Call to Arms: Fund We Not Them; Annotated Bibliography), Earth Intelligence Network, September 23, 2008. Re-Issued in 2015 as Kindle and CreateSpace. While the two candidates authorized to run for President by the two main parties that have destroyed the Republic trade barbs about lipstick on the pig, the reality is that the pig is politics, and this election is lipstick on that pig.

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While the two candidates "authorized" to run for President by the two "main" parties that have destroyed the Republic trade barbs about "lipstick on the pig," the reality is that the pig is politics, and this election is lipstick on that pig. The average American has more common sense than any of these clowns, all of whom have been subverted by two forms of corruption: financial bribery from special interests; or "party line" voting that violates both Article 1 of the Constitution (the responsibility of Congress to balance the power of the Executive) and the public interest of the constituency that elected each of them. This book, free online, and offered here at Amazon as a unique full-color signed and wire-bound edition, provides public intelligence in the public interest. The author is also available to interact personally with groups able to cover travel expenses. Four chapters outline the substance of governance; the legitimate grievances of the two dozen secessionist movements in America; an overview of the candidates' platitudes about the issues; an overview of how to achieve a balanced budget in the public interest; and a call to arms: a clear description of how a Public Trust could raise $500 million a year to buy back our government. An annotated bibliography, each entry with a hot link to a longer review at Amazon where interested readers can both learn more or buy the book being discussed, covers everything from Anti-Americanism to the culture of catastrophe & cheating to War, Waste, & Crimes Against Humanity. The book's signal recommended public demand is for Electoral Reform that offers an Instant Run-Off in the November 2008 election to allow all voters to express their demand for restoration of a multi-party system, while still electing a majority President. Let's lose the lipstick, eat the pig, and move on. it's time to put We the People back into the Republic.
  • Lynnak
This is short book (139 pages) that ought to be titled a "New Appeal to Reason" by that most original thinker Robert D. Steele. It contains a polemic against the current U.S. two party system and an appeal for a voter revolt. This is followed by an informed and intelligent discussion of reforming the U.S. National Government, especially the National Security Establishment.
While it is true that there is not as dime's worth of difference between the Republicans and Democrats there is little likelihood that an ignorant and ill-organized electorate will do anything to disturb the status quo. If this were all there was to this book it could be characterized as too little too late (TL2). Fortunately for the reader it contains a good deal more than this. Steele is a legitimate expert on national security issues, especially matters of national intelligence.
The balk of this work then presents Steele's prescription for reforming the U.S. National Security Establishment based on his analysis of the real threats to U.S. interests in 21st Century. Much of this prescription is a distillation and refinement of ideas that Steele has developed over the twenty years odd years that he has been an informed observer and commentator on national security. While this reviewer does not agree with all aspects of his prescription, Steele has to be respected for his foresight and seriousness of purpose. It is this portion of the book that is worth the price of admission.
Now this reviewer actually read the free version of the book on line, but still plans to purchase the hard copy version. This is because the hard copy version will be the better reference tool and this reader at least plans to use the book frequently as a reference guide.
  • thrust
This book is an excellent introduction to some of the most pressing issues we are now facing. These issues include the proposed financial bailout, the breakdown in real policy choices that is driven by the entrenched two party system which provides little diversity of ideas and choices, and a host of global issues such as poverty, public health, energy, etc.

The book is freely available on the Internet. The book provides detailed sourcing, with links going directly to the sources, including government publications, as well as charts and graphs illustrating budgetary and other issues. I especially found the Perot Charts (a link to them is provided in the book) very interesting and helpful in understanding some of the U.S. government's spending and budgetary metrics, including trends and the scope of the problems we are facing.

While I do not agree with some conclusions in the book, I found the book excellent and encourage any U.S. citizen who is concerned about where our country (as well as the global community and environment) is heading, to read this book. I would also urge the reader to go to the OSS and Earth Intelligence Network websites and read in further detail more of Mr. Steele's works. They are comprehensive in their coverage, the aggregate a tremendous amount of information and provide it in a simple easy to use format, and you will not find much of this information anywhere else - nor collected in one place.

Mr. Steele is an unconventional thinker and he tells it like he sees it. There is no prevarication in his conclusions and opinions. His arguments are strong and compelling. If you take the time to dig deeper into his websites, I would recommend not just his more recent work, but his early writings - even his dissertation and work he wrote while in school, they are excellent, and although they are not specifically related to "current events," they are - in my opinion - works of genius and are especially instructive in terms of analytical thinking.

Again, the bottom line: this book is excellent. The sources, links, charts, etc. are especially helpful and will help you dive deeper into the issues - whether you agree with all of Mr. Steele's arguments and conclusions or not. Read the book. Visit the links provided in it. Review the materials on the websites. It will be well worth your time.