The inconsequential mouth that incessantly roars

Speaking volumes and saying nothing of substance is the too-old-to-still-be-a-brat, tattooed and salty-tongued Daughter of Indulgence, who says the outrageous to get attention. Given that she only registered as a Republican as a Father’s Day surprise for her then-presidential candidate father, how she became such an expert on the GOP is anyone’s guess.

In accusing Republicans of selling “hate and fear,” she basks in liberal media attention for a moment. Her fifteen minutes of fame has just about run its course.

As we said previously, Give it a rest, Meghan.

6 Responses to The inconsequential mouth that incessantly roars

  1. George Teegarden says:

    Her point seems to be that conservatives in the Republican Party shouldn’t reject her just because she wants to pull the party leftward. Question: If she wants to show character, why not join the Democrat party instead and try to move it rightward? Answer: If character were the coin of the realm, liberal friends would be the cheapest commodity in the marketplace.

  2. Jana Simmons says:

    Wow! GT, You certainly nailed this vacuous airhead. Whenever I hear about her most recent foolish antics, I am always moved to think that her very busy parents probably didn’t give her the attention she needed as a child. Her desperate craving of the limelight now is pathetic.

  3. MacBeth says:

    Worse is the fact that Ms. “You can kiss my fat ass” McCain makes a point of going after accomplished women who happen to be conservative Republicans. Michelle Malkin, Ann Coulter and Laura Ingraham can all run circles around this irrelevant loudmouth. George Teegarden is right! She should join the Democrats whether for her own comfort level or to move them right, if that actually matters to her.

  4. Alice says:

    You guys are so rough on poor little Meghan….who is one of the cutest little 7th graders around!
    (I know,I know, my sincere apologies to seventh grade girls.)

  5. Elizabeth says:

    This young woman is so crude and coarse. I don’t know the family personally, but her mother appears to have some class. It didn’t rub off on Meghan.

  6. Chuck says:

    What an embarrassment! Since she obviously isn’t aware enough to be embarrassed for herself, I’ll be embarrassed for her. It must be a family trait with an emphasis on patriarchy.