You know those things Teapublicans present as facts that just never quite make sense? The ones that are repeated day after day on Fox News Channel and right wing radio? The conservative ideas that have been tried and failed, but keep coming back?
I’ve taken 50 of those so-called “facts,” researched them, and presented my findings in a new book: The Teapublican Book of Lies. It’s a sort of handbook for debates with your conservative friends and family members.
Pardon the shameless self-promotion, but you can buy the book from Amazon.