A hard-hitting, ruthlessly honest political biography of Sen. John F. Kerry that exposes the real views of and digs up all the dirt on the 2004 Democratic nominee for president.
In “Prince Albert,” he dethroned Al Gore. Now, David N. Bossie, former chief investigator for Congress, is going after John Kerry and giving every conscientious voter a chance to see the truth about this year’s Democratic candidate.
With his trademark in-depth investigating, Bossie gives readers the real scoop on the presidential challenger – fully exposing Kerry’s peculiar voting record; early Naval discharge (so he could protest the Vietnam War); self-contradictory positions on such vital issues as health care, education and campaign finance; and shady political dealings he’d rather voters not know about.
With an exclusive jailhouse interview with Kerry’s former finance chairman, David Bossie has the insider’s access and the hard-nosed investigator’s savvy to ferret out the truth and present it to readers in a gripping, no-nonsense style. He lays bare Kerry’s flip-flops, lies and duplicitous stances on the war in Iraq, defense spending, tax cuts, Medicare and corporate greed and corruption – finally unveiling all of Kerry’s public and private faces.
Here’s some of what you’ll learn in “The Many Faces of John Kerry”:
Who is David N. Bossie? He’s the former chief investigator for the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Government Reform and Oversight. During Bill Clinton’s two terms as president, Bossie led investigations ranging from the Whitewater land deal to the illegal foreign money schemes in the 1996 Clinton re-election campaign and the illegal transfer of dual-use technology to China. Bossie authored the recent blockbuster “Intelligence Failure: How Clinton’s National Security Policy Set the Stage for 9/11,” he co-authored “Slick Willie: Why America Cannot Trust Bill Clinton” in 1992 and “Prince Albert: The Life and Lies of Al Gore” in 2000.
“Sixteen years ago, Democrats nominated a liberal from Massachusetts who was seen as being out of touch with America. Dave Bossie makes a compelling case that in this year’s presidential race nothing has changed.” –John Fund, Wall Street Journal