Tim Young’s “50 Shades of Romney” Tops Charts for Political Humor Books on Amazon Kindle

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Tim Young’s provocative book “50 Shades of Romney” is climbing the rankings of free Amazon Kindle e-books.

50 Shades of Romney: Here’s a Hint, They’re All White” has been topping the charts at Amazon.com for the past few days.

In it, author and conservative Tim Young tears through the alleged McCain report in order to declare Mitt Romney the worst Presidential candidate of all time.

“I’m just saying what every Republican and conservative is saying behind closed doors,” says Young, “but we’re apparently not allowed to speak freely anymore.”

It currently sits in the top spot of the Political and Biography sections of Amazon, and in the top ten of the Humor section for free Kindle e-books. As of 4:00 pm Central on Wednesday, August 1, 2012, it is number 89 out of the collection of every free Kindle Book offered on Amazon.com.

It is still available for free for a limited time only.

“After reading my book and looking at the evidence presented in it, there is no way that you will disagree with me… in fact you might begin to believe the GOP is throwing this election like a badminton team in the Olympics and waiting for 2016,” said Young.

Tim Young, is a comedian and political pundit based in Austin, Texas. He has contributed to multiple national publications including the Huffington Post and Washingtonian Magazine and has been a pundit on multiple nationally syndicated radio shows as well as Fox News’ "Red Eye" as well as RT’s "The Alyona Show." In 2010, he served as Young Member Chair of the National Press Club.

For media inquiries, please contact Eric Pickhartz at eric.pickhartz(at)ideaincubatorlp(dot)com, or email the author at tim.young(at)absoluterights(dot)com.

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.”

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