The Art of Joe: The Political Brilliance of President Biden

Written by Doug Giles on August 28, 2021

Ladies & Gents. My NEW book, The Art of Joe: The Political Brilliance of President Biden, just dropped today. I recommend, especially if you have left-leaning family members, workmates, or classmates, to buy several copies and place them in common areas. Make sure you have your video camera ready for when they pick it up and thumb through it because they will be triggered which will make for a great viral video to share across social media. Also, I’d buy a couple for the GOP NeverTrumpers that you know. Finally, both the book’s cover and the epilogue, Notable Quotable Joe are worth the price of admission. We’ve included before and after Biden on Afghanistan. I guarantee Jen Psaki will no likey this book, but you will. BTW, the book is 95% bereft of any content. Just like Biden’s head.

Recommendations for The Art of Joe: The Political Brilliance of President Biden

“Doug Giles’ compendium of Joe Biden’s political savvy is both orthoscopic and prophetic. If you don’t understand this, then it’s your fault and I have neither the time nor the crayons to explain it to you.” (Producer of the smash hit, The Yellow River, Dr. I.P. Freely)

“Prescient!” (From the producer of the blockbuster film, Under the Grandstands, Seymour Hiney)

“Doug Giles has done yeoman’s work with his compilation and communication of Biden’s weltanschauung. This is an instant classic!” (Facebook post from the screenwriter of Deep in Debt, Mr. Owen A. Lott)

“Move over Frederic Bastiat” (Paul Bearer, host of the podcast, Depressing Jobs)

“Real. Raw. Righteous. Relevant. Giles has truly shown the light on Biden’s understanding of our complicated political landscape and his ideas for moving our country forward. Bravo!” (Harry Chin, author of the bestselling book on foreign policy, The Hairy Chinaman)

“A great book. This should be required reading for all school children. Thank you, Mr. Giles.” (Tweet from D. I. Aria )

“All I can say is, Qualem muleirculam!” (Jacques Strappe, founder of the NGO, Supporting Athletes)

“Easy to read. I read it twice in one sitting.”(Darren Dabarne, Executive producer, Where Have All The Animals Gone?)