Book Review: President Me - Not So Far-Fetched Now

Here’s my book review of President Me: The America That’s in My Head by Adam Carolla.

President Me, political humor by Adam Carolla (It Books)

It’s no surprise that this book is a collection of rants. It’s his take on public policy, but the issues are simply his everyday annoyances. With his wisecracking talent, he magnifies these trivial snits into national crises that require the attention of the chief executive. Read his problems and his commonsense solutions, and you’ll find a kindred complainer.

President Carolla? Nice flowers (whitehouse.gov)

Airport security hassles the innocent, especially the weary business traveler. The few restaurants that serve coleslaw as an alternative to French fries screw it up by adding golden raisins. Women need a perfume that smells like WD-40.

Number one of two national problems (valeriescookbook.com)

Second issue: Eau de Mechanique (wd40.com)

Ultimately, the cause of each and every problem is government over-regulation – and the fact that too many Americans are running around overdosed on caffeine.

Carolla also hosts one of the most popular commercial podcasts (podcastone.com)

Speaking of caffeine and political theory, on a recent podcast, Carolla confessed that he was chatting up a respected pundit while he waited in line at the local coffee bar. His secret advisor? None other than – Dennis Praeger (a famously conservative, nationally syndicated talk-show host).

Conspiracy theorists, take note.

Gerald Everett Jones is author of Bonfire of the Vanderbilts and host of the GetPublished! Radio show.

Listen to the podcast of this review:

 

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