2 Sentence Review: “Speechless” by Matt Latimer

May 25, 2010

You’d think a guy who was responsible for a lot of the things George W. Bush said would put together a series of horror stories meant to be reiterated by Democrats around the camp fire, but Matt Latimer’s Speech-less uses a novel concept in his memoirs of his days as the former president’s speechwriter:  he’s fair.  It is not until there’s actually something to complain about that he portrays Bush in a negative light, and in fact saw other figures on the right, like Donald Rumsfeld and Ann Coulter, in a much more positive manner, having worked closely with each during his career.

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