FW: New Kids’ Book Explains Obama/Democrats’ Socialist Agenda to Children

Sent: Monday, November 09, 2009 9:32 AM
Subject: New Kids’ Book Explains Obama/Democrats’ Socialist Agenda to Children

Katharine DeBrecht is the author of the popular Help! Mom! children’s book series. Katharine has been a frequent guest on FOX NEWS, appearing on shows such as The O’Reilly Factor, Fox & Friends, Fox News Liveand The Live Desk. She has also made appearances on Sinclair and MSNBC. A freelance writer, Katharine’s opinion pieces have been printed in newspapers across the country, including The Los Angeles Times, and online magazines such as Human Events and World Net Daily. Her books have been profiled on national television and radio outlets, such as Hardball with Chris Matthews, CNN’s Headline News and The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, Fox News Radio, The G. Gordon Liddy Show, NPR, XM Radio, Sirius and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, and in print media across the globe. Her first book, Help! Mom! There Are Liberals Under My Bed!, climbed to #1 on BarnesandNoble.com in September 2005. A cum laude graduate of Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN, she resides with her husband and children in South Carolina. Her new book, Help! Mom! Radicals Are Ruining My Country! will be relased November, 2009. Contact Katharine at katharine@radicalsruiningmycountry.com, 864-416-1283.

New Kids’ Book Explains Obama/Democrats’
Socialist Agenda to Children
Help! Mom! Radicals Are Ruining My Country! spoofs on leading Democrats, President and adoring media.
A new children’s book which is expected to be released later this month is sure to ruffle more than a few feathers on the left. Help! Mom! Radicals Are Ruining My Country! , written by author Katharine DeBrecht, takes to task leading members of Congress, the President and a fawning media on wealth redistribution, czars and a skyrocketing national debt.

The sequel to the bestselling Help! Mom! There Are Liberals Under My Bed! continues the story of two boys who open up a lemonade stand only to have the stand seized by the government. Determined to succeed, the boys open up a swingset business, but their plan goes awry when a cast of characters resembling the politicians du jour – including a sweaty and sputtering Congressman Fwank and a tiara-donning Speaker Queenosie – force the boys to sell swingsets to kids who cannot afford them.

When the swingset, slide, trapeze bar and other industries subsequently collapse, and America is on the verge of an economic depression, a “smart-looking” Obama-like character emerges on television.
“People swooned, TV reporters fell in love, and drive-thrus were more pleasant!” the book describes the rise of Marxus Obundus, the Obama look-alike who tends to appear on television every 15 minutes.
Onerous taxes and regulations, 246 czars, and the hubris of elected officials sow the seeds of something eerily similar to the current new Tea Party movement sweeping the nation.

DeBrecht says she wrote the book for several reasons. “When public schools no longer teach children about the founding of our nation and spend most of the time discussing the plight of polar bears or creating chants to idolize the President something is terribly wrong.” DeBrecht explains. “There should be something out there for parents to teach their children the values of hard work, individual responsibility, and freedom, and the importance of defending these when they are under attack.”

Adult and child humor throughout the text and colorful illustrations are a plus, adds DeBrecht. “It’s a fun and entertaining way for parents to sit down with their children and teach them the importance of standing up for liberty and the American Dream.” Humor is not only an effective teaching tool, according to DeBrecht, it can be a stress-reliever as well, she says. “Instead of screaming at the television, why not laugh a little?”
The special edition book is available for pre-order exclusively at www.radicalsruiningmycountry.com and published by iTouch Publishers.

(Contact Katharine at katharine@radicalsruiningmycountry.com, 864-416-1283)


Anonymous said...

So wingnuts are proud of the fact that their arguments can be easily turned into a book for children?

ferschitz said...

Geez, talk about recycling - now they're going back to the Joseph McCarthy red scare era of the 1950s, and the birth of the John Birch society. That's where the phrase "reds under the bed" was coined.

These wingtards, of course, would love to schtup the corpse of McCarthy if would result in black listing all the eeeevul libruls.

But fancy that: the gov't has enough time on its hands to sieze lemonade stands. What a crock. I think it's rich contards who have too much time on their hands and probably need to engage in something more productive.

Bebe 99 said...

OMG. Talk about indoctrination of youth. Apparently wingtards are tired of the propensity of young voters to lean to the left and want to catch them while they're young with funny tales of democratic incompetence. Neo-Conservatism has become a religion to its followers. And like most religions it requires followers to embrace faith not facts. Yeach!

Anonymous said...

Rightwingers have been faith-based, not fact-based, going a long way back, including when FDR passed the New Deal and saved this country's ass. Rightwingers bitched about FDR's stimulus then and now, even though it worked.

Using the church to indoctrinate slaves, uh, "citizens," is also as old as the hills (witness, for ex, what the Spanish did to the Incas in Peru based on the notion that they were ungodly heathens, so it was ok to kill them, rip them off, etc, for Jeebus).

So nothing really new here at all. Just the spin has been updated for these modern times.

Anonymous said...

You know folks, when your righteous and indignant e-mails sound just like satire the other side would have written to make fun of you, only it isn't satire, it really IS that ludicrous, that means it's probably time to....

Oh, never mind.

You wingies really even get that it sounds just like satire, do you?

Hell, you can't even get satire.

almoderate said...

Ah... The World Net Daily... Where John McCain was accused of being backed by Al Qaeda and truthers and birthers find common ground.

I also love how the introduction categorizes being made fun of on The Daily Show as being "profiled." Nice choice of wording, there.

But I particularly love how they think children are going to get or care about any of this stuff. My daughter is more interested in the Gruffalo.

Anonymous said...

Oh crud. how long has this book been around? My kids received Bill O'Reilly's fact mangling book last Christmas. Thanks Grandma! You sure know how to please the kiddos (NOT!)

Hibryd said...

Yes, the government forced the kids to sell swing sets to children who couldn't afford them. That's exactly what happened.

I'd like to see a more realistic version where the kids selling swing sets realize that they make more money re-packaging and selling swing set mortgages than they make if they keep the money, and furthermore it removes all their exposure to risk! They start selling more and more swing set debt, and pressuring their swing set salesmen to sell swings to anyone to feed their highly profitable scheme. Children can't repay them? That wont be their problem! Sign them up now!

katz said...

I heard this book profiled in a humor article that also featured "Why Mommy Is a Democrat." The article was being even-handed, but I couldn't help thinking: these books aren't equivalent. They aren't just right- and left-wing versions of the same thing.

It's one thing to have a kids' book explaining what your political positions are and why you hold them, along with some mild implications that your opponents' opinions are bad. It's quite another to have kids' book that doesn't explain anything about why a position is right or wrong--it just directly slanders the opposite side ad hominem, including specific people, and tries to make them look scary and evil.

The difference is that one of these is a sound argument. The other is vacuous, hate-filled tripe.

Anonymous said...

"The difference is that one of these is a sound argument. The other is vacuous, hate-filled tripe."

but, but, but Katz: which one is which: I haz confuzed... ;-)

good comment & agree.

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