This book had just come out when the final wave of Borders bankruptcies hit. Due to that timing, there were inevitably still copies available when the discounts got steep, so I got it for a low price. I read it aloud to my wife over the course of a week, but I was unable to get through the glossary (possibly the funniest part of the book) before she went to work on September 30. Instead, I read the last six pages at 12:45 AM to make it the first book finished in October.
The B.S. of A. is just okay. Sack pokes fun at both Republicans and Democrats, which I guess passes for "nonpartisan" these days. Sometimes he is pretty funny, but other times he makes pop culture references that already sound dated only a year after the book's release (a bad habit he probably picked up writing for TV shows, but books should be more permanent IMHO). It wasn't a waste of time, but I'm glad I didn't spend anything near full price on it.