Sunday, March 24, 2013

Schlichter 3: Fetch My Latte (Review)

Kurt Schlicter is at it again. He released his third e-book, Fetch My Latte:  Sharing Feelings With Stupid People, a sequel to his previous two.

This third book is more of the same. For the most part, it is a compilation of one-liners derived from his twitter battles against mushy-minded liberals, the culture of moral relevance, and establishment GOP members who fake conservatism.

In many ways, this book is funnier than the previous two, though shorter. However, it bites deeper at his targets.

Kurt's previous books both ranked number 1 on Amazon's political humor list.  I Am A Conservative: Uncensored, Undiluted, and Absolutely Un-PC, and I Am a Liberal: A Conservative's Guide to Dealing With Nature's Most Irritating Mistake are both worth the time and price, if you haven't yet read them.

From several statements by Mr. Schlicter (AKA Colonel Doctor Schlichter, esq.) this compendium is meant to hold readers over until his book "Conservative Insurrection" (working title) can be released. The project is on hold for the time being. Having read excerpts of that novel, it proves to be a more serious work of fiction detailing the fall of socialism in the United States and how the founding ideals reclaim and rebuild our great republic.