I have only read the first 60 pages but so far, unlike The Dark Side, this is a fair and unbiased approach to the war on terror and the general failure of the Republican party and its Conservative wing. The appraisal of the Bush White House by this former Republican Congressman is heartening since it is open, honest and written in plain language that anyone can understand and appreciate. He points out the mistakes without sarcasm and gives a brief history of the circumstances leading up to the events without mocking or judging. I assume he will go on to offer some suggestions which may be equally well grounded.
I recommend this book to anyone who would like to know how a Republican views the past two terms of President Bush and its disastrous effects on the party.