Do As I Say (Not As I Do)

Do As I Say (Not As I Do): Profiles in Liberal Hypocrisy
by Peter Schweizer

Al Franken, Hillary, Kennedy, Michael Moore Caught!
A new book by a top investigative journalist exposes the blatant hypocrisy
liberals who loudly espouse principles they disregard in their own

In "Do As I Say (Not As I Do): Profiles in Liberal Hypocrisy," Stanford
Universityâ?Ts Hoover Institution Fellow Peter Schweizer reveals the
contradictions between the public stances and real-life behavior of
prominent liberals
including Michael Moore, Ted Kennedy, Al Franken, Hillary Clinton, Nancy
Pelosi and Ralph Nader â?" among others.

"Hypocrisy has proved to be a wonderful weapon for liberals in their war
against conservatives," Schweizer writes in the November issue of NewsMax
"Yet for all the talk about conservative hypocrisy, there has been very
little investigation into the prevalence of hypocrisy on the left." Why?
After two years of research into liberal hypocrisy, Schweizer said, "what
discovered was just stunning." Schweizer's well-annotated book, published
Doubleday, has just been released and its sure to turn several infamous
red with anger.

Among the eye-opening revelations in the book "Do As I Say":

· Filmmaker Michael Moore insists that corporations are evil and claims
doesn't invest in the stock market due to moral principle. But Moore's IRS
forms show that over the past five years he has owned shares in such
giants as Halliburton, Merck, Pfizer, Sunoco, Tenet Healthcare, Ford,
Electric, and McDonald's. [Fast food for fatty.]
· Staunch union supporter Rep. Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) has received the
Chavez Award from the United Farmworkers Union. But the $25 million
California vineyard she and her husband own is a non-union shop.
[Meaning you can not be a union member and her employee.]

Pelosi has received more money from the Hotel Employees and Restaurant
Employees union than any other member of Congress in recent election
But the Pelosis own a large stake in an exclusive hotel in Rutherford,
It has more than 250 employees. But none of them are in a union, according
Schweizerâ?¦The Pelosis are also partners in a restaurant chain called
which has 900 employees. The chain is â?" that's right, another Pelosi
shop, #3.

· Ralph Nader is another liberal who claims that unions are essential to
protect worker rights. But when an editor of one of his publications tried
form a union to ameliorate miserable working conditions, the editor was
fired and
the locks changed on the office door.
· Self-described socialist Noam Chomsky has described the Pentagon as
most vile institution on the face of the earth" and lashed out against tax
havens and trusts that benefit only the rich. But Chomsky has been paid
of dollars by the Pentagon over the last 40 years, and he used a venerable
firm to set up his irrevocable trust to shield his assets from the IRS.

· Air America radio host Al Franken says conservatives are racist
they lack diversity and oppose affirmative action. But fewer than 1
percent of
the people he has hired over the past 15 years have been African-American.
· Ted Kennedy fought for the estate tax and spoken out against tax
But he repeatedly benefited from an intricate web of trusts and private
foundations that have shielded most of his family's fortune from the IRS.
Kennedy trust wasn't even set up in the U.S., but in Fiji.
Another Kennedy, environmentalist Robert Kennedy Jr., has said that it is
moral to profit from natural resources. But he receives a large annual
from the family's large holdings in the oil industry.

· Barbra Streisand has talked about the necessity of unions to protect a
"living wage." But she films (and postproduction work) in Canada, where
she can
pay less than American union wages.
· Bill and Hillary Clinton have spoken in favor of the estate tax, and
2000 Bill vetoed a bill seeking to end it. But the Clintons have set up a
contract trust that allows them to substantially reduce the amount of
tax their estate will pay when they die.
Hillary has written and spoken extensively about the right of children to
make major decisions regarding their own lives, including having abortions
without parental notification. But she barred 13-year-old daughter Chelsea
getting her ears pierced and forbid the teen from watching MTV or HBO. "Do
As I
Say, Not As I Do"
· Billionaire Bush-basher George Soros says the wealthy should pay
more progressive tax rates. But he holds the bulk of his money in tax-free
overseas accounts in Curacao, Bermuda and the Cayman Islands.

Schweizer writes: "Liberals claim to support affirmative action but don't
practice it. They support higher taxes but set up complicated tax shelters
avoid paying them. They claim to be ardent environmentalists but abandon
cause when it impinges on their own property rights.
"The reality is that liberals like to preach in moral platitudes. They
to condemn ordinary Americans and Republicans for a whole host of things -
racism, lack of concern for the poor, polluting the environment, and
greed. "But
when it comes to applying those same standards to themselves, liberals are
found to be shockingly guilty of hypocrisy.
The media and the American people need to hold them accountable."

Flash: Ann Coulter strongly recommended this book, saying that it is in
the "Book of the Century." Ann recommends this must-read book because, as
says, youâ?Tll even "learn how to shelter your money in the Cayman Islands

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