PLAQUEMINE, La., Jan. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- When a book starts out, "There are political idiots everywhere," you can be assured that the author won't hold back any punches. MFP 3:16: I am correct and you know it (published by iUniverse) includes political blogs from author Mike Pasqua of a local, national and worldwide nature during 2007 and 2008.
"This is a book about my thoughts and feelings about many of the political issues of then and now," Pasqua said. "I am not a Republican, nor am I a Democrat, even though it seems that some of my thoughts are against the Democrats. I feel that I am giving voice to the feelings of a great amount of the people out there."
Pasqua's thoughts vary from the local scene in Louisiana to discussion about the presidential election in the United States to the impact of decisions halfway around the world in Iran and Iraq, including:
In Distraction, Pelosi/Reid-led Congress has been an abject failure. Because they can't get their agenda passed, they are trying everything to divert the public's attention away from said failures. All of the little nit-picky things that they have tried to get to stick to the President have slid away like a child on a Slip-N-Slide.
"I think that the way governments are headed they are trying to take this country in a direction that we do not want it to go," Pasqua said.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Mike Pasqua was a nondescript person in high school until he started to call into talk radio and comment on different topics. As people who call into talk radio know they will ask you who you are and where you are calling from. He would answer "Mike" to name and "Plaquemine" to where he was calling from. Later on, it simply became MFP.
MFP 3:16: I am correct and you know it
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