Megahn McCain needs to acquire some maturity. I can see someone wanting to make a positive difference, but simply referring to Rove following her as "creepy" is silly and childish.
Meghan McCain gave this statement and you can read it at CNN: "I joined Twitter a few months ago; so far, it has been a liberating way to transition from political to personal blogging. It's allowed me to share the less serious aspects and humorously uncensored moments of my life. But there's also been a downside: I am now being followed by Karl Rove, and my local sheriff, and God knows how many other political pundits. We need to take Twitter back from the creepy people."
We need to take Twitter back from the "creepy people"? I think we also need to take it back from any celebrity who wants to dominate this new media.
Perhaps Meghan McCain just wants attention...you know the "any kind of attention" behavior. McCain also said she found Rove boring. Meghan McCain needs to take some Twitter tutorials and simply "block" Karl Rove. Then again, reading instructions can be boring.
McCain was not in the mood for non-sense and had some very sensible words to reply back with as she visited The View on Monday: “What do young women think when I speak my mind about politics and I want to have a political discussion about the ideological future of the Republican Party, and the answer is, ‘She’s fat, she shouldn’t have an opinion.’ What kind of message are we sending young women?” she asked.
“It infuriates me,” she said. “I’m a political writer on a blog, and all of a sudden I’m too fat to write?
”Meghan McCain writes whatever is on her mind, but I have always found her very thoughtful and fair. She doesn't attack someone personally. She seems to have her Dad's temper, but I won't fault her for that when she makes a valid point.
Laura Ingraham should apologize for the nasty lowblow remark.
"The best remedy for those who are afraid, lonely or unhappy is to go
outside, somewhere where they can be quiet, alone with the heavens,
nature and the Divine. Because only then does one feel that all is as it
should be and that the Divine wishes to see people happy, amidst the
simple beauty of nature."
Edna St. Vincent Millay
My candle burns at both ends;
It will not last the night;
But ah, my foes, and oh, my friends—
It gives a lovely light!