Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) December 6, 2006
Ever dreamed of snooping through the Commander in Chief's mail? Now you can. The infamous political parody WHITEHOUSE.ORG today released "Dear Dubya", an original book consisting entirely of e-mails to President George W. Bush from the general public - mistakenly sent to WHITEHOUSE.ORG instead.
Culled from over 50,000 e-mails received by the satirical website since 2001, "Dear Dubya: A Totally Unauthorized Snoop Inside the Presidential Mailbag" contains nearly 200 pages of hilarious, fascinating, and sometimes terrifying misaddressed letters - penned by the full spectrum of contemporary American citizenry:
- Frenzied Terrorphobes!
- Gushing Right-Wingers!
- Seething Bush-Haters! (Replete with death wishes!)
- Helpful Busybodies!
- Precocious Kiddies!
- Rage-Consumed Peaceniks!
- Bloodthirsty War Hawks!
John A. Wooden, Editor of both WHITEHOUSE.ORG and "Dear Dubya", explains, "The website launched with a simple, wholly juvenile mission: ridicule the mighty and lampoon the fanatical - using preposterously obvious satire. The many e-mails from people who somehow believed they were actually writing to Bush was an unforeseen bonus. But having been reading them for over five years, I decided it was time to share."
"Dear Dubya: A Totally Unauthorized Snoop Inside the Presidential Mailbag" overflows with all manner of hilarious and often shocking Presidential requests, suggestions, praise and complaints. It serves up a fascinating glimpse into not only the contents of the real Presidential mailbag, but also the soul of a disturbingly manic, hyperpolarized era.
Says Wooden, "You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll fear for the future of the human race."
In the summer of 2005, letters from WHITEHOUSE.ORG's mail bag were adapted into an off-Broadway theatrical production - also called "Dear Dubya" - which was hailed by the New York Times as "a minor triumph."
"Dear Dubya: A Totally Unauthorized Snoop Inside the Presidential Mailbag" is available exclusively from WHITEHOUSE.ORG, online at http://www.whitehouse.org for $15.49.
John A. Wooden, Editor in Chief of WHITEHOUSE.ORG
Chickenhead Productions, Inc.
Brooklyn, NY 11215