In 'Somebody's gotta say it', Boortz warms up for the coming political season with a preemptive strike in 'the War on the Individual'. He takes on liberal catchphrases like giving back, their rampant civic idiocy, and Big Brother. And somehow, along the way, he finds room for pop quizzes, cat-chasing contests, and an answer, once and for all, to the eternal question, 'Neal, why don't you run for president?' - in a chapter called 'No way in hell'. 'Somebody's gotta say it' is one man's response to America at a time when the government overreaches, the people underperform - and the truth hurts.