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That’s No Angry Mob, That’s My Mom

Updated on October 3, 2012
Recommended by Moms
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That's No Angry Mom, That's My Mom Highlights The Truth That It's Mother's Day Everyday

That's No Angry Mom, That's My Mom indirectly points out that moms have been known to move mountains when necessary. Moms also have to concede that they've done all they can at times. Amazingly, mothers often get blamed for the times they've done their best as well as for their failures--yes, even blamed for doing their best.

There are good moms and bad ones, and most of us who became one have been some of both at times. Being a mother changes everything for all of the time left to a woman. The main point, though, is that for the most part we can do what must be done within the job description's parameters.

It's no surprise to me that a new book reporting on tactics used to try to shut down the average American’s willingness to express their views has debuted in the form of That’s No Angry Mob, That’s My Mom.

Author Michael Graham was at least partly motivated to write this defense of the Tea Party movement by the personal experience of having his mother called an evil hate-monger by the media and others who oppose her conservative positions.

That's No Angry Mob, That's My Mom is no dry exposition, but is quite the opposite. From what I’ve seen it is a remarkably honest and entertaining look at the what the tea party is about, why they have taken the position they’ve taken, as well as what the current administration's response to people who think independently is.

Moms, moms, moms.
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Check Out Michael Graham's Book That Was Inspired By His Mom

The fact that author Michael Graham is billed as a former stand up comic turned GOP consultant was enough to send me directly to sites selling his book. It had to be very funny, right? His mom will like it that you can buy his book by clicking on the Amazon. It makes a great gift whether you are a mom or a mom's child.

Before ordering up your copy of Michael Graham's book you may want to see an interview with this insightful writer who is taking the behavior of our government’s current leadership very seriously. It contains a stunning video of how reporters who ask honest questions are treated with disdainful arrogance.

Now you can share the news of this book and encourage others to buy and read it. Buy a copy for your mom for Mother's Day. Help promote it by leaving comments and writing hubs to keep the dialogue about going.

Do what you can to help keep That’s No Angry Mob, That’s My Mom highlighted for as long as possible, and take some time to think about the power and responsibility of being a mother.

Do you support the tea party's right to organize and be politically active in the USA?

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  • RTalloni profile imageAUTHOR


    8 years ago from the short journey

    Absolutely and exactly. I hope we see more writers promoting that very concept.

    Thanks so much for stopping in, PeggyW, and for leaving a comment.

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    Peggy Woods 

    8 years ago from Houston, Texas

    I agree that we all should be able to fully express our views openly and freely which is what the tea party people are doing. For the few people that take their comments or homemade signs to the extreme, that should not condemn all the others that are taking their freedom to assemble and speak their minds as they see fit. That is what makes America great and I would hate to think that it would ever be squelched or changed. This is not a party is a Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Assembly issue.

  • RTalloni profile imageAUTHOR


    8 years ago from the short journey

    If you get to read it send me a note or write a hub reviewing it. We should help keep it highlighted because, yes, it is a fun and interesting book, but the author is taking a defense of the tea party seriously. Whether we agree with the tea party movement or not, the issue is that those who want to join it should be able to freely do so in America. The democratic response to the tea partiers is something we should all pay attention to. Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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    Pamela Oglesby 

    8 years ago from Sunny Florida

    Sounds like a fun and interesting book.


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