Austin, TX (PRWEB) July 28, 2012
Comedian and pundit Tim Young has written “50 Shades of Romney: Here’s a Hint, They’re All White,” his latest contribution to the political humor cannon. With the 2012 election in the not-so-distant future, Young’s book will be required reading for any voter looking to gain consciousness of the true Mitt Romney.
According to the book, there’s many true Mitt Romneys, because he can’t seem to make up his mind. Young paid careful attention to the “on the record” statements given by Romney throughout his political career, and brings attention to the many inconsistencies straight from the horse’s mouth.
Available on Amazon’s Kindle, “50 Shades of Romney” is a hilarious e-book destined for a spot on Kindle’s Best Seller List because of its no holds barred commentary. Young pulls no punches in his blatant attempt at portraying Mitt Romney as perhaps the worst Republican candidate for President that the political party could possibly nominate.
Young said that his book is what “both Democrats and apathetic Republicans have been waiting for.” Whether it sways a decision or not, Young hopes the book will open people’s eyes to the flip-flopping and backsliding of today’s major political figures.
According to the book, readers should question why the Republican Party chose Romney as their candidate, and even more so, why he is even a Republican.
Tim Young, a native of Baltimore, Maryland, joined Absolute Rights in the spring of 2012 and brought his brutally honest opinions with him. He has been consulted as an expert on campaign, social security, health care and labor policies. Young's articles regularly appear on Huffington Post and he has been a guest on the Fox News television show "Red Eye." A professional stand-up comic, Young combines his political and comedic background to add a captivating voice to Absolute Rights’ mission of rights protection.
Be sure to follow Tim on his various social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, and Absolute Rights’ YouTube Channel. Learn all the information available before making any political decisions, says Young, and as always, “Be smarter than they think you are.”