This is an amazing story about the Republican Party and how they lost control of the Senate, House of Representatives, the Oval office...and themselves. Terrell Sims is a young African-American pastor catapulted to political success by the Republican Party. As the new mayor of Milwaukee, a predominantly liberal city, Terrell must pave the wave for the moral majority. Each problem Terrell is confronted with is an actual story taken from real-life events in which the media has brushed over, embellished or completely ignored! From the Iran-Contra scandal, to the Iraq war and an out-and-out abuse of political power tilted away from diversity and true democracy, this novel brings entertainment as well as enlightenment from an inner-city perspective. After spending years criticizing his African-American people for their lawlessness, Terrellas very own peers, one at a time, are being exposed for the very issues they profess only exists with minorities and liberal Democrats: divorce, fornication, drug and alcohol abuse, homosexuality, pedophilia, out of control spending, you name it, Terrellas party did it. And now he is forced to reckon with, not only his patriotism toward his country when an African-American gets elected President of the United Stated by Democrats, but his faith in God which is challenged when his wife, Theresa is diagnosed with AIDS. This narrative relives many of the events that led to the demise of the Republican Party as well as the rise of the Democratic Party. This novel does not bash one party for another, rather it is an infectious story about a family who grows into understanding that both parties have fallen short of what they promised to their constituents: Family Values for Republicans and Civil Rights for Democrats. This is my story of how we got to where we are today.This is an amazing story about the Republican Party and how they lost control of the Senate, House of Representatives, the Oval office...and themselves.
|Title||:||Christian 2nd Conservative 1st|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2007-12-06|