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Author says 'Hired Hatred' is 'appropriately titled' and 'controversial'

    WASHINGTON, Nov. 17, 2005, 8:00 a.m. - Bestselling author Dr. George Zilbergeld yesterday lauded Robert "Rob" Redding's "controversial" e-book "Hired Hatred: Why politicians, political parties & the political prejudices they tout are mutually exclusive from good government."

    "Rob Redding's 'Hired Hatred' is an appropriately titled and well researched book that exposes how political parties and the ideologies they tout are dividing America. Redding's politically incorrect solutions to the problem are controversial but make us think about how to get out of the corner we have voted ourselves into," said Zilbergeld, author of "A Reader for the Politically Incorrect" and chairman of the Department of Political Science at New Jersey's Montclair State University


    Rev. Al Sharpton, civil rights activist and former presidential candidate, has said "Georgia produced two great Reddings: Otis Redding and [Rob Redding]."

    The Black Star News, "New York's leading investigative" daily newspaper, reports Redding "goes far beyond his personal opinion and offers historical facts worth a second look, pointing out the flaws in a system that very well could use some work and raising many questions that could be the start of some sort of reformation."

   In short, the paper declares: "'Hired Hatred' will either charge the base of a true partisan leaving them feeling more connected to their party¬ís political definitions or invoke an activist spirit in them that will make them fight for change by any means necessary."

   Book Synopsis: Hired Hatred: Why politicians, political parties and the political prejudices they tout are mutually exclusive from good government, confronts the disastrous consequences of political party run government. Hired Hatred, dissects how Americans have been duped into believing that politicians, political parties and the political prejudices they tout are needed, when the system of hired hatred actually misleads the voters, creates false expectations and is paralyzing the principles this great country was founded upon. Hired Hatred explains how not voting, amending the U.S. Constitution and developing a truly independent media will divorce political parties, there politicians and political prejudice right out of government. And finally, Hired Hatred explains why a simple policy making paradigm will give America's government back to the people.

  Buy the book here.   

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