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The Fall of the House of Bush The Presidency Of George W Bush Has Led To The Worst Foreign Policy Decision In The History Of The United States The Bloody, Unwinnable War In Iraq How Did This Happen Bush S Fateful Decision Was Rooted In Events That Began Decades Ago, And Until Now This Story Has Never Been Fully Told From Craig Unger, The Author Of The Bestseller House Of Bush, House Of Saud, Comes A Comprehensive, Deeply Sourced, And Chilling Account Of The Secret Relationship Between Neoconservative Policy Makers And The Christian Right, And How They Assaulted The Most Vital Safeguards Of America S Constitutional Democracy While Pushing The Country Into The Catastrophic Quagmire In The Middle East That Is Getting Worse Day By Day.Among The Powerful Revelations In This Book Why George W Bush Ignored The Sage Advice Of His Father, George H.W Bush, And Took America Into War How Bush Was Convinced He Was Doing God S Will How Vice President Dick Cheney Manipulated George W Bush, Disabled His Enemies Within The Administration, And Relentlessly Pressed For An Attack On Iraq Which Veteran Government Official, With The Assent Of The President S Father, Protested Passionately That The Bush Administration Was Making A Catastrophic Mistake And Was Ignored How Information From Forged Documents That Had Already Been Discredited Fourteen Times By Various Intelligence Agencies Found Its Way Into President Bush S State Of The Union Address In Which He Made The Case For War With Iraq How Cheney And The Neocons Assembled A Shadow National Security Apparatus And Created A Disinformation Pipeline To Mislead America And Start The War.A Seasoned, Award Winning Investigative Reporter Connected To Many Back Channel Political And Intelligence Sources, Craig Unger Knows How To Get The Big Story And This One Is His Most Explosive Yet Through Scores Of Interviews With Figures In The Christian Right, The Neoconservative Movement, The Bush Administration, And Sources Close To The Bush Family, As Well As Intelligence Agents In The CIA, The Pentagon, And Israel, Unger Shows How The Bush Administration S Certainty That It Could Bend History To Its Will Has Carried America Into The Disastrous War In Iraq, Dooming Bush S Presidency To Failure And Costing America Thousands Of Lives And Trillions Of Dollars Far From Ensuring Our Security, The Iraq War Will Be Seen As A Great Strategic Pivot Point In History That Could Ignite Wider War In The Middle East, Particularly In Iran.Provocative, Timely, And Disturbing, The Fall Of The House Of Bush Stands As The Most Comprehensive And Dramatic Account Of How And Why George W Bush Took America To War In Iraq.


10 thoughts on “The Fall of the House of Bush

  1. says:

    I don t believe George Bush or Tony Blair lied about the Iraq War In Britain that s like saying you think Hitler had some good ideas on municipal development It doesn t win you any friends But anyway, here s how I think it went Bush We need to find out about Iraq what s Saddam up to I think he wants to disequilibriate us I know, we ll ask the CIA.Top CIA guy The Prez wants to know about Iraq I know, we ll ask our agents in Iraq Oh shit, we don t have any, Saddam killed them all Ok I don t believe George Bush or Tony Blair lied about the Iraq War In Britain that s like saying you think Hitler had some good ideas on municipal development It doesn t win you any friends But anyway, here s how I think it went Bush We need to find out about Iraq what s Saddam up to I think he wants to disequilibriate us I know, we ll ask the CIA.Top CIA guy The Prez wants to know about Iraq I know, we ll ask our agents in Iraq Oh shit, we don t have any, Saddam killed them all Okay, we ll ask all these Iraqi e...


  2. says:

    There ve been many book written about the Bush Presidency, most written by people with open access to the Administration, so you hope you re getting facts and not biased opinions Few offer glowing summaries, and this one is no different However, this one, being one of the latter books, does a good job of summarizing the many issues associated with the Bush term, and give a better insight into the key players and behind the scenes power brokers than many of the others The other thing I felt th There ve been many book written about the Bush Presidency, most written by people with open access to the Administration, so you hope you re getting facts and not biased opinions Few offer glowing summaries, and this one is no different However, this one, being one of the latter books, does a good job of summarizing the many issues associated with the Bush term, and give a better insight into the key players and behind the scenes power brokers than many of the others The other thing I felt this book did was provide a lotinsight into the many conservative and religious right advisors who became key players in the State Department, Department of Defense, Natio...


  3. says:

    This is kind of an odd book even though I largely enjoyed it It s a journalistic account of the Bush administration that sort of treats the Bush family as a tragic hero or villain in American politics Unger s argument is that Bush II brought together two key strains in American political thought that made him the perfect candidate for launching a crusade like enterprise overseas The first strain is evangelical Christianity, which brought to American politics a stark good v evil mentality, This is kind of an odd book even though I largely enjoyed it It s a journalistic account of the Bush administration that sort of treats the Bush family as a tragic hero or villain in American politics Unger s argument is that Bush II brought together two key strains in American political thought that made him the perfect candidate for launching a crusade like enterprise overseas The first strain is evangelical Christianity, which brought to Ameri...


  4. says:

    Note to my decent Republican and moderate Christian friends the title of this book is perhaps a misnomer If you just can t bear to read the last couple of chapters, which do outline the fall of Bush the grim details of which are now daily available in the mainstream media anyway just read the first part, which is actually about his rise What you will see meticulously researched and unequivocal is how ruthless neoconservative policy makers and the Christian far right fanatics who i Note to my decent Republican and moderate Christian friends the title of this book is perhaps a misnomer If you just can t bear to read the last couple of chapters, which do outline the fall of Bush the grim details of which are now daily available in the mainstream media anyway just read the first part, w...


  5. says:

    Unger hit a home run with this book Reads like a thriller


  6. says:

    Extremely detailed account Provides the answers to the question How did they do that


  7. says:

    A very interesting look inside the Bush Administration It honestly gave me a new respect for the man behind the presidency.


  8. says:

    the world is a creepy crazy place


  9. says:

    I think any on the Christian Right, that believe Bush was still after all the facts have come out, not even disputed on Fox News because the truth is George W Bush, he knowingly lied about Iraq being connected in anyway to The War On Terror, had NO WMDsBut allowed his minions to say they did to say he did When the USA citizens found out like finding Bin Lad...


  10. says:

    This book didn t particularly contain a new point of view or even facts that weren t widely available from other sourcesI had been exposed to just about all of it, but yet felt as though I understood for the first time exactly how the United States got to this place at this time The author synthesizes the information in such a way that it is infused with context and meaning Most of us understand that the neoconservative movement is behind the Iraq War this book provides the history of tha This book didn t particularly contain a new point of view or even facts that weren t widely available from other sourcesI had been exposed to just about all of it, but yet felt as though I understood for the first time exactly how the United States got to this place at this time The author synthesizes the information in such a way that it is infused with context and meaning Most of us understand that the neoconservative movement is behind the Iraq War this book provides the history of that movement, the uneasy alliance of Jewish neocons with fundamentalist Christian neocons, the philosophy of the Far Right that sees America as a Redeemer Nation, and the peculiar, vengefu...