Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Proof ...

... that anybody famous can get a novel published (which is also evidence as to what is wrong with the publishing industry): One Man's Utopia. (Hat tip, Dave Lull.)

That Nader should think that a cartoon parrot and a TV show featuring an over-the-hill host should be enough to persuade ordinary Americans to think as he does tell you everything you need to know about what Nader thinks of ordinary Americans. Either that, or, deep down, he knows how simple-minded his ideas really are.

1 comment:

  1. Do not get me started on Nader. I still wax nostalgic (and bitter) over my beautiful Corvair convertible (the not so demonic death trap from the 60s that the meddlesome Nader hastened to its untimely and cruel extinction). It was a great car. Nader was and remains a great buffoon who has garnered entirely too much attention during that last half century. That anyone would seriously entertain the curmudgeonly crusader as a worthwhile novelist with a respectable social conscience speaks volumes about the emptiness of American culture and society.