Her attack on Ann Coulter is nothing but a cry for attention, a desperate attempt to get people to notice her, and her drivel being spilled across the screen in wasted pixels that should be given to writers far more worthy. She is creating boring, mundane, poorly written tripe over at The Daily Beast for only one, maybe two reasons.
1. Mommy Dearest IS LOOOOOOADED, as in filthy fucking rich. Here is a clue Cindy McCain...you can dress your daughter up all you want, she's still coming off as a boring, inarticulate, angry and spoiled butterball. Twinkies any one.
2. Daddy is a Senator, and a powerful (Albeit Dishonest) one. A lot of people including The Daily Beast are willing to toss one of his off spring a bone (or a WHOLE HAM) on the hopes of winning some access. As example, Meghan's FIRST BIG INTERVIEW...drum roll please...HER MOM.
Here is a CLUE Meghan...you are no Ann Coulter, will never have her fire, her verve, her ass that one could bounce quarters off of. Sexist...NOT...come on, we all know a part of what makes Ann such a commodity is the fact she sells her HOTTIE as a part of the whole...the SAUCY SEXY LITTLE RADICAL RIGHT WING MOUTH born with a platinum spoon stuck up her spoiled rotten tush that EVERY MALE LIBERAL WOULD BEG TO LICK. WHIP ME MISTRESS! No disrespect meant there Meghan, but you are the kind of a girl, that when friends fix you up on blind dates, they tell the victim...She's got great eyes, a warm personality (except when she loses her temper). Why not admit that A) you are JEALOUS, and B) you want what Ann Coulter has...an audience! Do us a FAVOR Meghan McCain....accept that you are a spoiled rotten lard ass who is where she is at because of who her parents are, and STEP OUT OF THE SPOT LIGHT...you are only making yourself look more pathetic with each passing day, with each pathetic missive you toss up to The Beast.
Ann Coulter is "offensive, radical, insulting, and confusing," would-be first daughter Meghan McCain declared Monday.
In a blog post for The Daily Beast, McCain — the daughter of Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) — accused the conservative pundit Coulter of being "the poster woman for the most extreme side of the Republican Party."
"She does appeal to the most extreme members of the Republican Party—but they are dying off, becoming less and less relevant to the party structure as a whole," McCain said. "The GOP should be happy to have any young supporters whatsoever, even if they do digress some from traditional Republican thinking."
McCain didn't just stop at the content of Coulter's words, but went after her character, too.
"More so than my ideological differences with Ann Coulter, I don’t like her demeanor. I have never been a person who was attracted to hate or negativity," McCain wrote. "Everything about her is extreme: her voice, her interview tactics, and especially the public statements she makes about liberals."
Coulter often took aim at Sen. McCain during the presidential campaign for not having been sufficiently conservative. Meghan McCain often joined her father on the campaign trail, and founded her own blog to cover the experience.
"I straight up don’t understand this woman or her popularity," McCain added. "I find her offensive, radical, insulting, and confusing all at the same time."