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A Parody of Clinton : Joe Sixpack, President
From best selling author Darrell Bain, this satirical look at Bill Clinton may politically offend but it's hilariously funny at the same timeý
This book is a good example of what comes from mixing politics and beer. It resulted from a night of camaraderie and debauchery with my brothers. Sometime during the festivities, one of us thought up the idea of what might happen should a real, though intelligent, Redneck ever get to the White House.
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Double Dragon Publishing
April 06, 2006
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Excerpt from A Parody of Clinton by Darrell Bain
This book is a good example of what comes from mixing politics and beer. It resulted from a night of camaraderie and debauchery with my brothers. Sometime during the festivities, one of us thought up the idea of what might happen should a real, though intelligent, Redneck ever get to the White House. We all laughed like crazy at the prospect and had great fun discussing various scenarios and situations. Perhaps we also vented some of our frustration at the labyrinthine entanglements of our present political process and how it works or doesn't work. At any rate, once I sobered up, I thought the idea might make a good book.
Eventually I did write the novel, and during the process tried to stay relatively true to how I think good ol unreformed Joe Sixpack might react to suddenly becoming president of these United States. I sincerely hope that in doing so I have not offended any of my readers. Trust me when I say that this was written purely for fun and not intended to cast aspersions on any person's sex, age, race, sexual orientation, political affiliation, color, ethnicity or any other characteristic I may not have listed here. I also sincerely hope you can laugh with me as you read. Sometimes that's the only way to keep from crying.
One more note: I have no political affiliation and belong to no political party. Bill Clinton got parodied simply because he was in office at the time this book was written, and because however great or not great he may have been as president, he was and is a wonderful public figure for poking fun at. If he and Hilary ever read this, I hope it gives him a chuckle or two, and I hope they remember the lawyer's old axiom: never sue a poor person.