In this satire, President Barak Hussein Omeba provokes class war, guts capitalism and buries future Americans under mountains of debt as he transforms America into a socialist nation. Tea Partiers, Patriots and ordinary citizens storm Washington to overthrow the regime. In response to this threat, President Omeba declares martial law and calls for socialist revolution. Omeba zombies rise from welfare lines, Occupy camps and government office buildings, spurring a civil war that sweeps the nation. Against the confusion of a country at war with itself, Iranian jihadists launch global jihad by deploying three thermonuclear bombs engineered to detonate on Israeli and American soil.
Over the course of the novel, the battle between American capitalism and international socialism—and a heart-pounding pursuit of nuclear jihadis across the Middle East—rises to a fever pitch. Amidst feuds and full-frontal assaults, “Lost in Zombieland” endlessly lampoons the Obama administration in a spoof that is both utterly hysterical and deadly serious. Despite its sardonic tone and outlandish plot, “Lost in Zombieland” is a satire with a serious pitch for a better America. The politics of the book are polarizing but with an underlying message that rises above the bitter laughter in an attempt to unify the country.
“My hope is that the readers understand, all politics aside, we are Americans first and that our politics should come last,” Hatter says. “We need to pull together if we expect to save our nation and society.”
“Lost in Zombieland” is a book that will appeal to conservatives who feel the Obama administration has been destructive to the country. Topical, provocative and hilarious, it is a book whose laughs and horrors will express the opinions of many in the tumult leading up to this November’s elections.
“Lost in Zombieland: The Rise of President Zero” is available for sale online at Amazon.com and other channels.
About the Author:
J.T. Hatter is a natural-born American citizen and can prove it. Hatter is a strong believer in America’s First Principles: limited government, personal responsibility, liberty, free enterprise and religious freedom. He believes that most problems can be solved with love and judicious application of the Golden Rule. His hobbies include scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, chess, martial arts, yoga, hiking, nature and writing.
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