By Rachel Krueger
Christine O’Donnell has proven herself as hilariously uninterviewable as her Dopple-bangser Sarah Palin (her inability to name a recent Supreme Court decision she disagreed with eerily echoed Palin’s description of which periodicals she read . . . something along the lines of “All of them, any of them. Why don’t you tell me.”). She is likely as hilariously unfit for any sort of public office. Finally someone within the Republican cave has had the balls to call her out, and it would have to be Meghan McCain.
Mini McCain is only party to the Party because her daddy holds the keys, and I have never agreed with her on anything (except that Laura Ingraham can kiss her fat ass). However, this particular piece of opinionary may make me change my tune. O’Donnell certainly appears to be “making a mockery of running for public office” and she is indisputably “seen as a nut job.” That last little bit of spin is particularly impressive, since it has little reference to who O’Donnell is and hangs entirely on how people see her, which is arguably of more political importance.
So O’Donnell has done some good after all, causing me to re-examine my prejudice and alter a pre-formed opinion. Not of her; she’s still an idiot. But I will stop seeing Meghan McCain as a rider of coat-tails and spouter of giggly quasi-feminist mantras. At least until she is interviewed again.