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America, You Sexy Bitch: A Love Letter to Freedom Hardcover – June 12, 2012
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“Sure to be one of the year’s most entertaining political books.”
“The book does an admirable job balancing each party’s perspective…As stereotypical party associations and extremism boil down to a genuine concern for the future of America, the result is surprisingly heartfelt.”
The Advocate, July 2012
“[Michael Ian Black is] so cool we believe the publisher when they call it Chelsea Handler meets Hunter S. Thompson.”
“[McCain] uses the debates with Black to re-examine her relationship with the Republican Party. Along the way, a few political figures come under fire from the outspoken daughter of a former presidential candidate—including Clinton.”
“A serious (albeit comical) look at America’s people and politics…A highly funny and empathetic endeavor that will leave the reader with a better understanding of American politics…America, You Sexy Bitch proves that Republicans and Democrats can find common ground.”
“[Black] knows how to make you laugh; and yet, through his humor, he was able to convincingly communicate his liberal rationale with ease…Presents some interesting thoughts about politics and culture.”
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“An enjoyable, often funny little travelogue…An entertaining bipartisan road trip diary.”
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About the Author
MICHAEL IAN BLACK is a popular stand-up comedian who has starred in many television series and films, including Michael and Michael Have Issues, Stella, The State, Wet Hot American Summer, Viva Variety, VH1’s I Love the… series, and NBC’s Ed. He lives in Connecticut with his wife and two kids.
MEGHAN McCAIN is a columnist for the Daily Beast and a contributor at MSNBC. Originally from Phoenix, she graduated from Columbia University in 2007. She is a New York Times bestselling author, has written for Newsweek, and created the website mccainblogette.com. Her most recent book is Dirty Sexy Politics, and she lives in New York City.
Top Customer Reviews
I was very intrigued by the concept of this book, but when I started listening to it, I still wasn't exactly sure what to expect. Overall, I was surprised in both good and bad ways. I found myself laughing out loud at certain parts. Rolling my eyes at some. Getting a little bit mad at others. I didn't love the section about strip clubs. I didn't love the section about Little Rock. But what I did love was the overall message of the book and the honest discussions that Michael and Meghan had about the most controversial topics that our country faces. While I found myself, for the most part, leaning towards Meghan's point of view, I did find Michael's interesting to hear about in greater detail. I didn't always agree or disagree with either one of them in particular and I found that interesting.Read more ›
Michael Ian Black, comedian, atheist, and East Coast liberal travels the country with Meagan McCain, super smart, funny and talented Christian Republican. Together they talk to Americans and try to figure out how we all got so screwed up.
Democrats and Republicans aren't the enemy. Bumper sticker politics and the extremist voices of the 24-Hour News Cycle are. This book is important - So it's a good thing it's freaking hilarious too.
I am 42 years old, and have been a "registered Democrat" since my 18th birthday, and have voted in every Presidential election. However, I've only voted for a Democrat once in that time. I've never really followed politics, nor have I ever given it [too] much thought. I followed it enough to be able to follow a conversation, but never considered myself as a member of a specific party.
I found this book purely by accident. I was a passenger in a car whose driver was listening to the Mac & Gaydos show on the radio and, as such, I had no control over which station we were listening to. They had just welcomed Meghan McCain on as a guest speaker, which she apparently does on a weekly basis. I knew nothing about her, other than that her father was the senator of the state in which I live. (Embarassing, but I already explained I don't follow politics.) After listening to her for a couple of minutes, I was intrigued enough to download a sample of 'America, You Sexy Bitch.'
I didn't realize until I found the book online that Michael Ian Black was even the co-auther. During her chat with Mac & Gaydos, Meghan McCain only referred to 'Michael.' I was pleasantly surprised that it was MIB, as I really enjoy his flat, cynnical humor. Needless to say, after reading the 24-page sample, I HAD to get the entire book!
I loved the format of it.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I won't spoil anything by saying what is so ironic, but if you read this on its entirety, not only will you figure it out, but the irony will be eye opening and provide some hope... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kindle Customer
Basically a diary. There are no interesting insights into American politics.Published 15 months ago by Avid Reader
Like Meghan McCain so thought I would enjoy the book but it was just a whiny book about two people who didn,'t know each other with different political views. Kind of boring. Read morePublished on February 20, 2014 by Hawaii Shopper
This book was not very informative. Instead, it more-so a travel journal and less dialogue on American politics. Read morePublished on January 4, 2014 by Holy Conscious
Not the best book, more of a personal journal than an actual research mission. Was some what political, but could of used more politics. Read morePublished on December 16, 2013 by Sarah
Charming and articulate daughter of someone I almost voted for a few years ago --- before he went to the weird and dark side (i.e., been drinking the Tea pretty heavily). Read morePublished on December 11, 2013 by J. David Kopp
The premise of this is great: a passionate Democrat and a solid Republican--who don't know each other!-- go on a cross-country road trip talking to real Americans about politics. Read morePublished on November 24, 2013 by Mary Lloyd