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Dirty Sexy Politics Hardcover – August 31, 2010
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Meghan McCain is the creator of the Web site mccainblogette.com and has written for Newsweek. She is currently a blogger for The Daily Beast.
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If you are after a book on how this one person experienced being on the a campaign, then maybe you'll enjoy. Although I must warn you she doesn't give a detailed encounter, there is a lot of feelings and very few actual events. If you are after a book where MM gives her views on the issues, and her take why she can be a republican and still have a different standpoint then many of the republicans we normally hear from, (like I was) then this is not the book for you.
Dear Meghan McCain, can you write a book about what you belive, why you believe it and how that fits in with being a republican? I will buy it right away!
Meghan comes across as more of a regular type girl than the heiress/princess type. She seems very likable. She is definitely not as conservative - politically speaking - as her Dad. Best wishes to you in the future, Meghan.
Meghan recounts the everyday nuances of being on the road, and the feeling of being "left out" as only a woman of her years and experience can. And when taken in that context, Dirty Sexy Politics is interesting and well-written. There aren't any amazing revelations to be found here, but again, that's not really the context of the book. What you get is a very personal recounting of being on the sidelines of an unusual and ultimately failed political campaign.
And while some decry Ms. McCain as "spoiled" or "entitled", those who have actually taken the time to read the book will discover that she's quite aware of where she came from, and acknowledges being out of touch with those of us outside politics and the niceties that come with it.
Expecting this book to be an academic treatise from a poli-sci Ph.D. is no more reasonable than expecting aged Porterhouse and fine wine at Applebee's. This is more like ordering a six-piece McNugget and getting eight in the box.
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