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eBook The Evangelical President: George Bush's Struggle to Spread a Moral Democracy Throughout the World download ISBN: 1596985186
Author: Bill Sammon
Publisher: Regnery Publishing; First Printing edition (September 25, 2007)
Language: English
Pages: 232
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But through it all, Sammon shows that President Bush took the high road, fighting to spread moral democracy around the world while the low-minded press focused on Vice President Cheney's accidental shooting of a friend while hunting and Virginia senator George Allen's use of th. .

But through it all, Sammon shows that President Bush took the high road, fighting to spread moral democracy around the world while the low-minded press focused on Vice President Cheney's accidental shooting of a friend while hunting and Virginia senator George Allen's use of the word macaca on the campaign trail. In this far-reaching book, Sammon details: Why Bush believes the Republicans will hold the White House in 2008—and his candid assessment of Barack Obama Why the Supreme Court's ruling on the partial-birth abortion ban was a victory and vindication for Bush Why Bush.

The Evangelical President book. But through it all, Sammon shows that President Bush took the high road, fighting to spread moral democracy around the world while the low-minded press focused on Vice President Cheney's accidental shooting of a friend while hunting and Virginia senator George Allen's use of the word macaca on the campaign trail. In this far-reaching book, Sammon details: Why Bush believes the Republicans will hold the White House in 2008-and his candid assessment of Barack Obama.

Bill Sammon talked about his book The Evangelical President: George Bush’s Struggle to Spread a Moral Democracy Throughout the World, published by Regnery Publishing. Mr. Sammon responded to telephone calls and electronic mail.

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George Bush's Struggle to Spread a Moral Democracy Throghout the World. Published September 25, 2007 by Regnery Publishing.

The Evangelical President: George Bush's Struggle to Spread a Moral Democracy Throughout the World, Regnery Publishing, September 2007, ISBN 1596985186. Strategery: How George W. Bush Is Defeating Terrorists, Outwitting Democrats, and Confounding the Mainstream Media, Regnery, February 2006, ISBN 1596980028. Misunderestimated : The President Battles Terrorism, Media Bias, and the Bush Haters, William Morrow, May 2004, ISBN 0060723831. Fighting Back: The War on Terrorism from Inside the Bush White House, Regnery, October 2002, ISBN 0895261499

Personal Name: Sammon, Bill. Personal Name: Bush, George W. (George Walker), 1946- Political and social views.

Personal Name: Sammon, Bill. (George Walker), 1946- Religion. Personal Name: Cheney, Richard B.

The Evangelical President: George Bush’s Struggle to Spread a Moral Democracy Throughout the World. Sammon on George W. Bush, believer: How Bush describes his faith in Jesus Christ - and why his faith his grown during his time as President. Publisher: Regnery Publishing, 2007, 232 pages. The 1985 incident that heralded the big change in Bush’s faith - and his unapologetic candor about his religious conviction, even after entering national politics. Is President Bush a religious zealot, or does he just pander to that crowd?

In this compelling new book, Bill Sammon reveals how the president is turning these misperceptions to his . The Evangelical President: George Bush's Struggle to Spread a Moral Democracy Throughout the World.

In this compelling new book, Bill Sammon reveals how the president is turning these misperceptions to his advantage in the looming showdown with John Kerry and the Bush haters.

Bill Sammon, White House correspondent for the Washington Examiner and author of The Evangelical President: George Bush’s Struggle to Spread a Moral Democracy Throughout the World, discusses Bush’s advising o.

Bill Sammon, White House correspondent for the Washington Examiner and author of The Evangelical President: George Bush’s Struggle to Spread a Moral Democracy Throughout the World, discusses Bush’s advising of Hillary Rodham Clinton, the indisputable fact that the Democrats have absolutely no intention whatsoever to end the war in Iraq, Bush’s legacy and the possibility of war with Iran

Look at the polls today and you might think President Bush is a failure. The media is relentlessly hostile to him. His party lost both houses of Congress in the 2006 election. And yet...and yet, his presidency could be one of the most important in modern times. George W. Bush not only faced an unprecedented attack on the American homeland, but he also responded with an ambitious effort to remake the world -- an effort being fought in Afghanistan and Iraq and in smaller skirmishes around the globe, an effort that for all its setbacks still might succeed, with revolutionary consequences. New York Times bestselling author and acclaimed White House reporter Bill Sammon is a true insider, and in his new book, The Evangelical President, he offers a snapshot of the Bush administration from winter 2005 to summer 2007. This momentous time mixed triumph and disaster-from the triumph of the successful tracking and killing of Al Qaeda's terrorist mastermind Abu Musab al-Zarqawi and the spectacularly successful Iraqi elections, to the disaster of the subsequent unraveling in Iraq and American voters' repudiation of Bush in the congressional elections of 2006. But through it all, Sammon shows that President Bush took the high road, fighting to spread moral democracy around the world while the low-minded press focused on Vice President Cheney's accidental shooting of a friend while hunting and Virginia senator George Allen's use of the word macaca on the campaign trail. In this far-reaching book, Sammon details:* Why Bush believes the Republicans will hold the White House in 2008-and his candid assessment of Barack Obama* Why the Supreme Court's ruling on the partial-birth abortion ban was a victory and vindication for Bush* Why Bush is determined to press ahead with his policy in Iraq, despite his party's loss in Congress* Why Bush has offered advice to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton* How the media has continuously underestimated President Bush, mocking him for his faith and ignoring his achievements.The Evangelical President is an unforgettable glimpse of a President at war, supported by an evangelical belief that tyranny should be overthrown, democracy supported, and America defended, combined with a steely stubbornness to see those goals through.
Comments: (7)
Mave
Very good book........I wonder how we could get it to those who criticizes the President for the legacy he is building. Obviously, they will not buy the book. It gives a very honest and unbiased commentary on the President.
Zepavitta
History will enlighten the anti-Bush/Chenney pundits and cause them to remedy their caustic treatment of these two men at a time of great peril for Americans. Bill Sammon removes the fog of political bias and leads us to understand that Bush concluded that we are really at war with Extreme Islamic Terrorism, something that needs to be confronted globally, with conviction uninhibited by partisan politics, if we are to garner security domestically.
Blackworm
President Bush is a good man and will be judged a good president. I enjoy reading Bill Sammon's books about him because he is one of the few correspondents who is fair toward the president.
Oveley
The book arrived in perfect shape and in a timely fashion. Have not been able to read it yet but am looking forward to it. Thank you for such good service, Karen Staege
Swift Summer
I read, 'Strategery', and loved it. Then I discovered it was part of an ongoing analysis of the current Bush administration. Then I read, 'Misunderestimated'. At that point I knew I was on to something good. 'At Any Cost', was about the Florida miscount fiasco. Sammon is amazing in his insider story telling.

Each book focuses on a different member of the Bush administration and how they veiw and deal with the attacks by democrats. In, 'The Evangelical President' (the latest in the series), the focus is on Dick Cheney. The book honestly describes Bush's fall from favour in the public eye. It delivers one thing that all the books in the series deliver on. The main stream media are imbeciles and the Bush administration knows it. They play the media like a new guitar. The White House reporters seem oblivious to this painfully (at times) entertaining fact.

Being a reporter himself, Sammon's descriptions of the media manipulation by the Bush administration are that much more meaningful and entertaining.

This book is not filled with the glowing admiration of Bush that the others in the series have. It paints a realistic picture of the current situation. When I read it, however, and in light of the other books in the series which I've read, I was left with a feeling that I can't wait to see how Bush's reign turns out. I look forward to Sammon's next (and presumably last) book in the series about the current Bush administration.

I have not read the books in chronological order. I'm currently waiting for, 'Fighting Back', which is about Bush's response to that horrible day in 2001. This series has turned me into a huge Bill Sammon fan. I would catagorize all the books in the series as page turners.
tref
I give this book five stars because the author Bill Sammon, was able to get the inside information... and most of all because of a great title.
President Bush is a man that few of us truly understand. Sometimes Sammon gets caught up in talking too much about Vice President Cheny and others -- throughout the center of the book.. perhaps to cover up for his failure to digest the full implication of what President Bush contributes to the history of America... but who could acheive that? Dr. Thomas Moore does in his new book, THE PROGRESS OF MAN, at least with regard to many facets of President Bush. THE PROGRESS OF MAN is a rare and gifted literary effort which reveals much of the inner man --- and the author acknowledges that there is much more to be revealed within this simple but complex president.

I am arroused by Sammon's exploration of the spiritual nature of President Bush... about the certainty with which President Bush understands his mission on this planet - and is never overawed by the complexity of the tasks to be acomplished within such a simple and dispassionate faith.

A question arises as to how well We The People understood what we were getting ourselves in for when we elected this President, twice. Did the majority recognise that we voted for "an instrument of God, appointed to change the direction of humanity... armed only with the tool of simple faith in the power of Jesus Christ" -- and a humble awareness of his own flawed nature?

Sammon and Moore have each done something completely different. Instead of dramatizing the Endtimes events prophesized in Revelation, both Sammon and Moore have used them merely as a backdrop to tell a riveting and very human story of one flawed man's confrontation with himself, God, and human nature.

"Evangelical" and "Progress" remind me of another great book, HILLARY, in that it develops the full complexity and subtlety of divinely inspired but conflicted human nature.
Out of this character study of Hilary Clinton, the author develops complex themes about human nature, divinity, hatred, and relationships... just as Sammon does. I haven't read a more literary creation in quite some time.

Try Upland Road, GODLESS and Wanderlost for further reading regarding the nature of the big issue of today.
AfinaS
I always thought that Pres. Bush must be an extraordinary man and this book showed me how he really is and that I was right. A great manager, leader and definitely a true believer. He has a good heart and he knows where he is taking the country. Although his big problem is that he relies on his aides like Condi Rice more than he should and that's why he is misguided on bunch of issues, i.e Iranian policy. This book will definitely change your views about the current US president and will make you understand him more. He's one smart man!