Hundreds of people waited in lines Saturday to catch a glimpse of Neal Boortz and to get the radio host to autograph a copy of his latest book. More than six hundred people were expected to arrive at the Doubletree Hotel in Grand Junction to meet one of the men responsible for the book that's garnering attention across the country, "The Fair Tax Book" by Neal Boortz and Congressman John Linder. The idea of fair tax is an issue Boortz has discussed on his national syndicated radio show for more than 20 years and it's a new tax reform that boortz claims benefits all americans, rich or poor. And while many critics don't believe the reform will take place, Neal Boortz believes his followers would disagree. "The Fair Tax Book" debuted at number one on the New York Times Best Seller List and as of September 25th has spent six weeks in the top ten.
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