Radio talk show host Laura Ingraham is known for her sassy retorts of the Democrat party and President Obama - she even has nasty things to say about his wife, Michelle.
In her book, The Obama Diaries, Ingraham tries to be funny with her "found diary entries" from the White House. She does not succeed.
While a couple of the "entries" are smirk-funny, the book as a whole comes across as mean-spirited. This book was written for a core base of anti-Obama fans.
Reading The Obama Diaries will not convince you that President Obama is evil as Ingraham believes him to be. Nor will it endure him to you.
The most you can expect from this book is boredom.
You'll read segments from Michelle Obama complaining about her husband and having to put on a facade before the American pubic, you'll read about Vice President Biden not having a clue about the Recovery Act, and you'll read about the grandmother being sick and tired of having to be the parent to the Obama children.
In between diary entries Ingraham offers her thoughts on the President and his administration.
Unless you're a big fan of the Laura Ingraham show, you'll want to leave this book on the shelf.