Michael Patrick Leahy has an excellent discussion of the paradox and problem that is Meaghan McCain, as well as the people who are using her:
Add Meghan McCain to the list of those whose departure from the Repubulican Party can’t come quickly enough.
Besides her father’s fame, Ms. McCain has no reason to be part of the public discussion.
Her recent attempts at pretending to be a blogging pundit have demonstrated only her ignorance and profound desire to impress her liberal friends with her constant public use of profanity.
Last night, Miss McCain, through her public tweets while attending the White House Correspondents dinner, used especially crude and profane language to describe the event. In fact, the only words she could use to describe the event were of a profane nature. This of course brings to mind the old saying that constant use of profanity is merely an indication of a person’s limited vocabulary and inability to express in detail a coherent and illuminating thought.
Ms. McCain is apparently so proud of her contribution to the coarsening of society she sent out another tweet loudly proclaiming that she is highly ranked on a public website devoted to listing those public and private figures who use profanity most frequently in public.
Such a circumstance would be unpleasant enough to observe if Miss McCain actually had an original idea worth contributing to the public dialogue. Sadly, Miss McCain’s apparent thirst for public notoriety appears to be the only driving force in the embarrassment that is her public record.
There’s more HERE. I have to sadly say I can’t disagree with a single thing Mike says.
Go home, Meaghan. They’re using you, and they’ll abandon you when you become an embarrassment.