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"I don't believe Twittering is gonna to make anyone think the Republican Party is cooler. At all."

-- Meghan McCain, professional talk-show guest/aspiring leader of her party, on "The Colbert Report" Monday night. She maintained that the GOP can indeed be a home for a "pro-sex woman," but declined to lick Stephen Colbert's face. (You kind of had to see it.)

By The Reliable Source  |  May 19, 2009; 12:22 PM ET
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Please...please...lick MY face!!! God is she hot!

Posted by: andio76 | May 19, 2009 2:14 PM | Report abuse

Megan's got a potential future as a leader. She's proven to be fairly moderate, she's charismatic and self depreciative.

I also dig that she's proven willing to take the good with the bad and accept the negatives that have come with fame.

Finally, her sensibilities strike me as a sort of "common sense" conservativism that reminds me of folks like Andrew Sullivan.

As a Dem, I see Ms. McCain as the sort of discourse digging GOPer who I look forward to seeing debate the best the Dems have got to offer. Kudos to Ms. McCain. Now, let's see if anyone in the GOP is listening...

Posted by: nwrepresent1 | May 19, 2009 2:36 PM | Report abuse

She's a pragmatic moderate much like her father before he sold out to the right wing. While she certainly is her father's daughter, she certainly got her mother's looks. Hot hot hot.

Posted by: RambleOn | May 19, 2009 3:28 PM | Report abuse

Its pretty funny that a Republican using common sense is treated like a circus oddity. Concepts like "Women like sex" and "people who want to get married should be able to" are considered so revolutionary in today's GOP that she might as well be speaking in tongues.

Posted by: SWB2 | May 19, 2009 3:30 PM | Report abuse

She certainly seemed like an outstanding advertisement for Young Republicanism on Colbert. The Andrew Sullivan comparison is dead-on. Voices similar to hers could be quite compelling for undecideds and center leaning dems (speaking as one). She seemed very genuine and I look forward to seeing if she becomes a player in the centrist Republican movement.

Posted by: leighkess | May 19, 2009 4:04 PM | Report abuse

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