Via NRO's Jim Geraghty, the latest tweet from the McCain twit:
"I used to have the hugest crush on Eminem when I was in high school and he still looks hot in his new music video!!"
The puke rapper's latest video is none other than the sleazeball "We Made You," in which he fantasizes about Alaska's governor, portrays himself in bed with a porn star made up to vaguely resemble Palin and includes these lyrics:
Well I can be as gentle and as smooth as a gentleman
Give me my venom, an inhaler, and two Xenadrine,
And I'll invite Sarah Palin out to dinner, then
Nail her. Baby, say hello to my little friend.
Good to know she thinks Eminem still looks "hot" while pretending to have sex with dad's running mate.
What the McCainette thinks is "hot" leaves conservatives cold. Mush-for-brains Meghan wants the Republican Party to change:
She thinks the Republican Party gives too much attention to Ann Coulter, whom she described as “offensive, radical, insulting, and confusing.” Rush Limbaugh is also unacceptable to Meghan, because he is the “extreme right-wing” and “dangerous” for the party — perhaps an unsurprising description in view of Rush’s hesitant and belated endorsement of her father in 2008. So whom does Ms. McCain think Republicans should turn to for political and cultural advice? None other than Russell Brand. A British “comedian,” Brand took time out of his MTV Music Awards hosting duties in September of last year to beg Americans to vote for Barack Obama. He also decided to insult and malign not just Sarah Palin, but her entire family.
And now I can only assume she wants the GOP to embrace the "culture" of misogynistic mayhem disguised as music and delivered by a disturbed and disgusting rapper. No thanks, Meghan. I, for one, will stick with my Floyd, Skynyrd, 3 Doors Down, Alison Krauss and Brad Paisley.
Meghan McCain is the face the drive-by media wants to put on the GOP. Republicans should say, "Face off!" Or, to borrow an old phrase recently heard from Governor Palin, "Over my dead body!"
Update: Dr. Melissa Clothier adds this:
Since the election, Meghan McCain has made quite the splash. Because she’s young, vapid and, like her father, hates her own, she’s a media darling. She is the perfect embodiment of what it means to be a moderate.
And Ace muses:
"For some strange reason, I have my doubts about Meghan McCain's claim that she wishes to help the Republican Party succeed."