What does it mean to live in America today? If you know there’s no right
answer to that question, you’ll want to read Barack Hussein Obama — a book
about you; about your country, your family, your president.
Barack Hussein Obama is not a graphic novel. It’s neither a biography nor an
experiment, but a whole, fully-realized parallel America, a dada-esque, surrealistic satirical vision that is no more cockeyed than the real thing, its weirdness
no more weird, its vision of the world no more terrifying, where the zombie-esque simulacra of Joe Biden and Hillary and Newt and Obama wander, if not
exactly through the corridors of power, through an America they made and
have to live in, like it or not.
American cartoonist Steven Weissman takes from the lives of the leader of the free world, his friends, his family, his
sworn enemies, and gives them a new life that is both withering and oblique, devastating and contemplative, chaotic
Before you lose your will to vote, read Barack Hussein Obama.