Meghan McCain has managed to publish a book no one cares about, flatter only herself at every opportunity and now stick her self-aggrandizing, snobbish nose up at a Republican Senate candidate.
I don’t know how trashing a Conservative candidate does anyone any good, but Meghan took a shot at Christine O’Donnell on Sunday as CNN Political Ticker reported:
“I just know, in my group of friends, it turns people off because she’s seen as a nut job,” McCain said on ABC’s “This Week” program. “It scares me for a lot of reasons.”
The daughter of Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain said O’Donnell’s candidacy sends a message to the younger generation that you can just “wake up and run for Senate,” regardless of past experience.
Why can’t an ordinary person just wake up and run for Senate? That’s the whole point of the Tea Party movement.
The leftist media has made a hay day out of O’Donnell’s interview with Bill Maher. Why is any of that important? Is anyone actually worried that Christine will start a Coven in the basement of the Capitol building?
For Ms. McCain to cast stone at O’Donnell, she should first look inward. Meghan is a collection of gaffes wrapped inside of a terrible character and loved by only Meghan.
Of course there was also her attack on Bristol Palin where Meghan tried to say that looking like a stripper was fine with her compared to a young pregnant mother.
“When you’re sent to an image consultant and said that you look like a stripper and talk bad and you’re hurting the campaign when, you know, there’s a pregnant teen there, it does a little bit to your self-esteem.”
Way to go on the attack lingerie-girl.
Her motives are clear. She is trying to keep the Republican party in the center. A move that would fit her father’s political tastes. The majority of Americans are tired of big tent B.S. and are trying to make the right, more right. These constant attacks on true Conservatives just help us understand that Meghan McCain is just as much a moderate as her father and in no way is she good for the Conservative movement.