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Originally posted by Stormdancer777
reply to post by OutKast Searcher
Wasn't everything said that could possibly be said in the other topic?
I have made a lot of mistakes in my life time and learned from them and encouraged my children not to make the same mistakes.
Originally posted by NerdGoddess
reply to post by Stormdancer777
exactly, none of us are perfect. Star!
Originally posted by gort51
And How many Women and young girls did the Kennedys sleep with, in and out of office?
Not to mention all the other Presidents with "Loose Hips".
Didnt George W-ya have 50 slaves and most of them "was a good lookin Nubiles Women"....mmmm aaaarrgg Nubiles.....
i don't understand this hypocrisy
there's more credibility to the story that obama had gay sex than palin with the NBA star. her "friend" saw them go into a room together. really? that's all?
i've watched you dismiss "insider info" on obama without a second thought, but now that it's from a political party you despise, all the nasty rumors must be true. you're better than this.
McGinniss became an overnight success when his first book, The Selling of the President 1968, landed on The New York Times bestseller list when he was 26 years old, making him the youngest living writer with that achievement. The book described the marketing of Richard Nixon during the 1968 presidential campaign.
The book was very well received by both critics and the public, and has been recognized as a "classic of campaign reporting that first introduced many readers to the stage-managed world of political theater."
It "spent more than six months on best-sellers lists, and McGinniss sold a lot of those books through television, appearing on the titular shows of Merv Griffin, David Frost and Dick Cavett, among others."
After the success of his book in 1968, McGinniss left the Inquirer to write books full-time. He next wrote a novel, The Dream Team. It was followed by Heroes, and Going to Extremes, a nonfiction account of his year exploring Alaska.
In 1979 he became a writer-in-residence at the L.A. Herald Examiner. Next came the McGinniss trilogy of true crime books, Fatal Vision, Blind Faith and Cruel Doubt. All three books were made into TV miniseries.
Originally posted by neo96
hey lets make 2 threads about a book making claims
from the stalker mcguiness who moved next door to palin
2 wrongs dont make a right and 2 threads on the same topic without any proof whatsoever
is wasting peoples times.