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Meghan McCain: Not a Fan of Ann Coulter

Megan Baker

Posted: Mar 10th 2009 9:21PM

Filed under: Politics, St. John Fisher College

Apparently Meghan McCain is quite the blogger, as she has her own site, McCainBlogette.com, and also writes for The Daily Beast. She already raised eyebrows with her "Looking for Mr. Far Right" post and now her name is back in the headlines - only this time, it's not about her less than desirable love life.

Yesterday, Meghan took to her blog to take down one of the most hated (and celebrated) conservative pundits, Ann Coulter.

In her post, Meghan apologized for the lack of "hipness" of the Republican party and placed some of the blame on "certain individuals continue to perpetuate negative stereotypes about Republicans." Namely, Coulter.

"Who do I feel is the biggest culprit? Ann Coulter. I straight up don't understand this woman or her popularity. I find her offensive, radical, insulting, and confusing all at the same time....And if figureheads like Ann Coulter are turning me off, then they are definitely turning off other members of my generation as well."

I don't know much about Meghan McCain, but after reading that post, I have a new-found respect for her. Her father should have set her loose a little bit more while on the campaign trail, she would have picked up way more votes than Sarah Palin ever did. The Republicans should pay a but more attention to her, she may be the key to the resurgence of the Republican party.

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