Manasota Key Fl (Storch Report) — A new book by Don Storch, a conservative political blogger on this barrier reef in Southwest Florida, chronicles the first six years of President Barack Obama in satire.
‘If a Passive-Progressive Leads from behind, he is a Double Oxymoron, is a collection of satire selected from columns written by Storch on his website www.donstorch.com, under the imprimatur the Storch Report.
The book is interspersed with columns off the beaten path, but reflecting the period of time.
It reflects through humorous satire a plethora of double oxymoron rhetoric.
You can keep your doctor and your insurance carrier . . . but you can’t.
Benghazi demonstrations were all about a film . . . but it really was about a terrorist attack by Al Qaeda.
This, according to the author delivered through the medium of satire, is the legacy of a president that promised a nation, “Hope & Change,” but instead served up domestic and foreign polices of mendacity.
“Everyone has now witnessed President Obama’s passive progressive leadership from behind with rhetoric that represents a double oxymoron. It is a book the reader can reflect upon having been the recipient of duplicitous messages and promises rhetorically delivered; but few received the rewards in exchange for the vote,” said Storch.
It is a page turning collection of satirical columns delivered in short humorous bites.
Storch in his own words said, “If it doesn’t keep you awake, it’s not a bad book to go to sleep with.”
The book is available on Amazon.com; CreateSpace eStore; book stores and online retailers; libraries & academic institutions and CreateSpace Direct.
Don Storch was a journalist, editor, corporate public relations executive, and crisis and issue management consultant.
He currently is a conservative columnist and author writing for the website donstorch.com, home of the Storch Report.
Storch’s columns rank in the first percentile of the Blogtoplist of political columnists and is read in more than 50 countries.
Don Storch is a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Formerly of Summit N.J., he and his wife live on Manasota Key, a barrier reef on the Southwest Coast of Florida.