Yes, another book by Barack Obama is on the way.
You’ll never guess the title.
Oh, of course you can.
It’s “Change We Can Believe In”–a recycled collection of talking points and speeches over the past year. Hey, why fool with the insipid formula that has carried him this far?
Here’s the cover now up on Amazon.com– and I know you guys will have fun with it:
Pity the poor trees that were pulped to produce the 300,000 initial print run:
He’s written million-selling books about his early years and the meaning of public life. Now, Sen. Barack Obama, with the help of his campaign staff, has another side to share with readers: policy wonk.
“Change We Can Believe In: Barack Obama’s Plan to Renew America’s Promise” is coming out Sept. 9 as a paperback with an announced first printing of 300,000 copies and a list price of $13.95. Looking ahead to the digital market, the e-book, also $13.95, will go on sale the day before.
“We are proud to have published two best-selling books by Barack Obama and are thrilled to have the opportunity to continue to work with his campaign on such an important and inspiring book at this critical moment in our country,” Crown Publishing Group president Jenny Frost said in a statement.
Apparently, the “wonkish” book will include his botched Philadelphia race speech that got thrown under the bus with Jeremiah Wright and his banal “citizen of the world” Berlin address in which he played the race card…against himself.
File this book in the Unintentional Humor section.
Next to Nancy Pelosi’s tree-waster.
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