America, You Sexy Bitch: A Love Letter to Freedom by Meghan McCain
She is a single, twentysomething, gun-loving, Christian, Republican writer and blogger, the daughter of a Senator and 2008 Republican presidential nominee. He is a married, forty-year-old, gun-fearing, atheist, Democrat comedian, the son of a lesbian former Social Security employee. Meghan McCain and Michael Ian Black barely know each other. But they are about to change the way politics is discussed in America.Or at least the way politics are discussed in their crappy RV. In America, You Sexy Bitch, Meghan and Michael embark on a balls-out, cross-country tour starting in California, the heart of liberal America, and ending in the state of Connecticut, the home of blue-blood Wall Street billionaires. Along the way, they visit such cultural touchstones as Graceland and Branson, party in Las Vegas and New Orleans, pretend to be Mormon in Salt Lake City (only for a second), and go to a mosque in Dearborn, Michigan. They tour the nation’s capital; they fire semiautomatic weapons. But mostly Meghan McCain and Michael Ian Black talk to each other: about their differences, their similarities, and how American politics has gotten so divided.
Meghan McCain And Michael Ian Black Sign New Book America You Sexy Btch
Michael Ian Black and Meghan McCain release new book, America, You Sexy Bitch
There was goldfish instead of booze. I did my best to control myself. Michael Ian Black hates his wife. Sort of. In addition to being a performer, Black is also an established author.
It seems as though they are old friends catching up between sips of iced coffee. They're not. Actually, they only met in person less than a year ago, but in this short time they have toured the nation together and learned valuable lessons from one another, though they are of very different political thinking. Black, a Democrat, and McCain, a Republican, prove that friendship and admiration can cross party lines. Clutching the book they have penned together, America, You Sexy Bitch, I go over to greet them after their interview with Brian Lehrer. In the beginning of your book, you said that Ambien and Twitter were instrumental in getting Meghan to sign on to this project.
The presidential campaign spawned the tea party movement, the Palin family reality show dynasty and the career of Meghan McCain, daughter of the Republican nominee. During Arizona Sen. Reflexively conservative on most issues, she is an outspoken supporter of gay marriage. Their journey in an RV included stops in 15 cities, among them Prescott, Ariz. Taking turns in the text.
Social media has made famous people a little too accessible.
The presidential campaign had many unexpected consequences: It spawned the tea party movement, the Palin family TV reality show dynasty and the pundit career of Meghan McCain, daughter of the Republican nominee. During Arizona Sen. Pictures of her jumping on hotel beds and her habit of choosing a hip song of the day breathed a sense of youthful vitality into the creaky McCain operation, until then-Alaska Gov. Afterward, having seen a presidential campaign from the inside, McCain thought she had something to say about politics. And for the last four years, she has been saying it — in a memoir, in a regular column in the Daily Beast and now on MSNBC, where she is a regular contributor. Reflexively conservative on most issues — almost to the point of parody — she departs from Republican orthodoxy in one major way: She is an outspoken supporter of gay marriage. Her latest book is a strangely conceived project that finds her, once again, traveling the country in an oversize vehicle with an older man.