Democratic and Republican Presidential Failures Tackled in New Book

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Val Serbalik highlights monumental problems and presents a program to address them.

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On November 6, 2012, the 57th quadrennial Presidential Election of the United States will be held. The voting public will again be exposed to “an endless onslaught of campaign ads and political rhetoric extolling the virtues of the presidential candidates, their programs, and accomplishments.” In an attempt to help bring the spotlight back to the more important concerns rather than the overly expensive, inane, and mind-numbing rhetoric of this years presidential campaign, author-attorney Val Serbalik timely publishes a book, Solution to the Country’s Weighty Problems: The Body Mass Index Reduction Program.

For the price of a trip to the Golden Corral or other comparable “all- you- can- eat” buffet restaurant, or the cost of a few “Big Macs” or “Whoppers” with fries, the reader is exposed to a pragmatic, innovative, comprehensive, non-political, non-idealogical program to address the Nation’s monumental problems.

Serbalik kicks off with a commentary on what President Obama said—and did not say—in the State of the Union Address. He brings to the forefront problems, such as: debt and budget crisis, threatening national bankruptcy; trade deficit; reliance upon foreign oil, and its economic and national security threats; global warming, environmental pollution, energy conservation; out of control health care costs and declining health; corpulence and enhanced weight epidemic; and deteriorating national infrastructure.

“The fact that President Obama failed to mention these monumental problems, let alone propose viable solutions, is more the norm than the exception; for no U. S. President in the last 40 years, has taken any decisive action to address, let alone, solve these problems,” says Serbalik.

Serbalik presents The BODY MASS INDEX REDUCTION PROGRAM (BMIRP), a federally mandated corpulent-reduction program that addresses and potentially solves some of these major problems. Comprehensively, he presents all components of the program and possible results. He also suggests keys to timely implementation, and effective administration and enforcement.

Proactive and practical, Solution to the Country’s Weighty Problems: The Body Mass Index Reduction Program, is a timely literary work that does favor and justice to the American people by offering a program to address four-decade-old concerns, awakening a sense of hope that may guide them on Election Day.

For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to http://www.Xlibris.com.
Solution to the Country’s Weighty Problems * by Val Serbalik
The Body Mass Index Reduction Program
Publication Date: June 28, 2012
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 99 pages; 978-1-4771-2320-1
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 99 pages; 978-1-4771-2321-8
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4771-2322-5
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The author can be reached, (except during breakfast, brunch, lunch, merienda and dinner) at:
vserrbalik (at) verizon (dot) net
vserbalik (at) gmail (dot) com

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