When it comes to President George W Bush and books, the most enduring image remains that of his reading My Pet Goat to a class of primary school children as planes flew into the World Trade Center on 11 September 2001.
But Mr Bush is hoping that another publication will come to define his second term in office.
The commander-in-chief has been actively promoting the latest work by former Soviet Jewish dissident and Israeli politician Natan Sharansky, recommending it as a must-read for those who want to grasp his own world view.
The Case For Democracy: The Power of Freedom to Overcome Tyranny and Terror by Natan Sharansky, Ron Dermer, Anatoly Shcharansky
One review of this book says,"Freedom, the authors claim, is rooted in the right to dissent, to walk into the town square and declare one's views without fear of punishment or reprisal".
Tell this to the jackass narcotics task force that raided my home with a warrant based on the fact that I had written a letter to the editor of the Birmingham News calling for drug policy reform.
Justin Raimondo at antiwar.com explains the literary source of the Bush inauguration speech line "By our efforts we have lit a fire as well, a fire in the minds of men."
With Bush expressing his desire to light a fire, let's have one more look at my bushantichrist video.