"Andrea Peyser is a godsend, and I can't start my day without her." -Sean Hannity
Celebutards. A compound of celebrity, debutante, and retard, this blunt term describes lazy and egotistical stars with too much money, fame, leisure time, and media attention, but too little common sense or knowledge, who love to spout off on topics about which they have zero expertise.
With razor-sharp wit, award-winning New York Post columnist Andrea Peyser explodes the absurdities of the celebutard culture, showing how a dull thinker such as Madonna becomes a self-appointed sage on matters of faith; singer Sheryl Crow urges us to use a single square of toilet paper per wipe while she racks up mileage in her gas-guzzling caravan of SUVs; and hothead Sean Penn morphs into an expert on international diplomacy as he brazenly breaks bread with enemies of his own country like Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez. Always outspoken, Peyser pulls no punches in exposing the Hollywood and Washington libtards for the morons they truly are.
"With an attitude that would frighten James Bond, Andrea Peyser takes on the famous and powerful who are destroying America. Read her book." --Bill O'Reilly
"With Peyser's trademark slashing wit, Celebutards is guaranteed to score a direct hit on pampered Hollywood spokes-persons and other great liberal thinkers." --Ann Coulter
"Andrea tells it like it is... She's done a great job." --Donald Trump
"Andrea Peyser's got a bloodhound's nose for hypocrisy and hijinks that we sorely need these days." --Jonah Goldberg, New York Times bestselling author of Liberal Fascism
"Andrea Peyser... Today's Worst Person in the World!" --Keith Olbermann
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1 . Great Read
Posted January 31, 2010 by PhilN , NVA great little read that takes some of the hyperego out of celebrities. This book points out some of the idiocy displayed when they express opinions on politics, environment or cultural matters.
2 . Totally Political
Posted January 27, 2010 by Glen , Toronto, OntarioThis was a terrible book. The author, while admittedly Right of Center, focuses her eye mainly on people who are Left of Center and berates them for it. Her commentary on their actions is very biased and not witty at all.
I could only make it a quarter of the way through the book before getting angry and giving up. I'm glad this was a free book because I'd be mad if I paid full price for it.
3 . Save your time
Posted January 24, 2010 by discoverybg31 , Des Moines, IAThe premise of the book is ludicrous at its face. The premise is that we shouldn't listen to famous celebrities for our information. That seems reasonable. Except that we should listen when they are conservatives. Like the author. The most hilarious aspect of this stupidity is that the entire reason given for reading this book is that celebrities that are conservative are recommending it! Please, please don't waste your time on this.
I suggest reading something that would be much more relevant. Any of the low priced (or free) books by our founding fathers, some actual conservative thinkers, like Barry Goldwater, or a biography of Reagan. Don't waste your time with this drivel.
January 25, 2010
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