Obama on the Couch: Inside the Mind of the President

By Mad Dog
Published: May 01, 2012

Justin Frank is my friend, and I admire his work, and I’d love to write about "Obama on the Couch: Inside the Mind of the President," just out in paperback. But as it’s political, all I can do is reprint my blurb: “An analyst who can coin phrases like ”obsessive bipartisan disorder” to describe our President is a pleasure to read. But what makes Obama on the Couch an important book is Justin Frank’s ability to dive deep into the President’s eloquent writing about his childhood and emerge with fresh and major insights—unacknowledged rage for the mother Obama claims to idolize, unexpressed despair at his abandonment by his stepfather as well as his father. Obama on the Couch is nothing less than a public service.” To buy the paperback from Amazon, click here. For the Kindle edition, click here.]