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04/20/2009

Video: Maverick-y Meghan

by Jeremy Hooper

Meghan McCain's "I'll ride to the gay bar on the back of an elephant" tour rolls on:

Excellent. Now if Meghan can just figure out a way to shred that uber-homo-hostile Republican platform, we'll enjoy her even more. Because while tattoos, dark garments, and personal Lady Gaga sing-alongs with the gays boys are fab, the Republican Party's needed pro-gay work extends well beyond one prominent daughter's inconclastic personal conduct.

Meghan McCain: Older GOPs "Scared Sh**less" [Advocate]

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Well there is Steve Schmidt... and we all know there are a LOT of them in the closet about being allies. As long as we get a good die off of the old fogeys, it shouldn't be too long.
Unless you are running for Miss California.

Posted by: LOrionl | Apr 20, 2009 11:54:48 AM

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