Let's Win One for the Crumper!: A Quarter Century of Political Football
Dickie Fleegle (Author)
DescriptionThe year is 2039. President Ronald Crump is in the White House. Adult film star Rod Jeremy is a member of the Supreme Court. And the National Football League has finally brought America out of the devastating Greater Depression. A new book on the market is called "Let's Win One for the Crumper: A Quarter Century of Political Football." The book chronicles the exploits of Crump, who did not win the White House in 2016. So he bought it instead. In fact, he bought the entire country and has been president for 20 years. The Crumper is a busy man. He is president. He is commissioner of the 200-team National Football League. He plays quarterback for two of the teams he owns. Of course, he has had his body rebuilt in order to attain league Most Valuable Player status for several consecutive years. By 2039, The Crumper is damn near a god. And the former NFL? Changed dramatically by Crump. Now there's an All-Drug Conference. And a very popular Geezer Conference. Great players like Joe Colorado and Dreck Bumkiss have returned to play with the old farts, and America is loving it! The book is "Let's Win One for the Crumper." "Let's Win One for the Crumper" is outrageous. The satirical "Let's Win One for the Crumper" is absurd. It's weird. It's goofy. And its climax is satisfying and unbelievable. Or as Supreme Court Chief Justice Rod Jeremy aptly put it: "Let's Win One for the Crumper" won't leave you hanging."
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
March 14, 2016
7.0 X 0.32 X 10.0 inches | 0.59 pounds
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