Meghan McCain had some harsh words for Christine O’Donnell today. She said that she and her friends consider O’Donnell a “nut job,” according to Politico Live.
McCain, is the daughter of Senator John McCain, she started into politics campaigning for her father during his run for the presidency.
Meghan McCain also wrote a book called “Dirty, Sexy Politics.”
Her appearance on ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday came with quite a few demeaning comments towards O’Donnell and her run at the Senate.
O’Donnell’s candidacy is “scary,” according to Meghan McCain. “O’Donnell is making a mockery out of running for public office,” was another little ditty of McCain’s put out towards the Republican Senate hopeful from Delaware.
McCain also talked about O’Donnell’s lack of qualifications by saying “she has no real history or no real success in any kind of business.”
It is understandable that people are not going to be happy with every candidate that is out there running for a political position, but Meghan McCain’s words were very immature. Whether a political candidate is a “nut job” or not, there is a more mature way to get your point across.
If Meghan McCain wants to be taken seriously in the loop of political commentators she might want to tone down the attack words. To refer to someone as a “nut job,” does not speak highly for her own maturity level. McCain herself appeared very flip and somewhat “entitled” when giving her views on O’Donnell.
She may have been granted much more respect for what she was saying if she talked about O’Donnell in a more professional manner. She could have said the same things without using the word’s “nut job” and “scary.”
Reference: Politico Live