ABC News' Huma Khan reports: Meghan McCain, the daughter of former GOP presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and a self-described progressive Republican, today assailed the tea party movement. Sitting in as co-host on The View today, McCain said she has ideological differences with the movement. She specifically took aim at remarks by former Congressman Tom Tancredo, who suggested that people who voted for President Obama could not pass a basic civics literacy test. People who would not even spell the word vote or say it in English put a committed socialist ideologue in the White House... named Barack Hussein Obama," Tancredo said last week as he kicked off the Tea Party convention in Nashville, Tenn. He also ripped Sen. McCain for being a repeat of "Bush 1 and Bush 2." Its innate racism, and I think its why young people are turned off by this movement, McCain charged of Tancredos remarks. Revolutions start with young people, not with 65-year-old people talking about literacy tests and people who cant say the word vote in English. Its ridiculous. Meghan McCain: Tea Party represents 'innate racism'