The 12-Step Bush Recovery Program
A Lifesaving Guide to Shaking Off the Horrors of the Last Eight Years, with Practical Advice
By Gene Stone
(Villard, Paperback, 9780812980363, 144pp.)
Publication Date: October 21, 2008
The first step is admitting that you have a Bush problem–and that you have ten bucks for this book.
• Do you think that after eight years of George Bush, this country is in good shape?
• Do you feel that the U.S. Constitution has too many Amendments?
• Do you often dream of George Bush in a flight suit?
If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, it’s time to seek help.
In the tradition of the bestselling Bush Survival Bible, The 12-Step Bush Recovery Program is a lifesaving handbook that will help you recover from the Bush years. This vital guide to post-Bush era wellness features useful discussions of important issues such as Avoiding Relapse, Dealing with Embarrassment, Making Your Home a Recovery Zone, and Staging an Intervention.
George W. Bush isn’t just a nuisance, he’s a problem that afflicts nearly three out of four Americans. So if you or someone you love has a Bush problem, know this: You don’t have to face it alone. Help is within reach. With The 12-Step Bush Recovery Program, you can share in the promise of a better you, a better America, a better world, and a better solar system.
Does The 12-Step Bush Recovery Program work? Just look at these unsolicited testimonials:
“The 12-Step Bush Recovery Program is the best book of its sort that I’ve ever read.”
–G. Washington, Virginia
“Every American should read this book in order to understand the depth of the problem as well as the need for a new president.”
–A. Lincoln, Illinois
“I liked this book, but I still don’t understand what it’s about.”
–G. W. Bush, Texas
“Read this book and I will shoot you.”
–D. Cheney, Hades
Gene Stone is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Bush Survival Bible and Duck!: The Dick Cheney Survival Bible. A former book, magazine, and newspaper editor, as well as the author or ghostwriter of more than thirty books, he divides his time between Manhattan, upstate New York, and worrying about the planet.