Framing the Future examines the reasons that the United States has been suffering under the reign of Herr Bush and gives advice on how to never make the same disastrous mistake again.
While the majority of people espouse support of the rights of everyone, including the disenfranchised whose voices have been stifled for too long, they also support some “traditional values.”
This dichotomy can be exploited by the way buzzwords are used to describe various platforms that have elected some of the worst officials (i.e. Dubya) ever; equally at fault is the very troubling tendency of forward-thinking people to not vote.
Bernie Horn makes a valiant plea for independents, undecideds and any other wussy words used to describe those too lazy to exercise their right to vote to get off their butts and save this country.
Read this book and go vote!