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Meghan McCain Fired From Being Wonkette GOP Gal Pal Bestie

BF Not FAll those years of hair-braiding and pillow fights. All those thousands of reader comments devoted to saying really terribly offensive shit about your rack. We loved you long time, Megs McCabe, but sometimes the things that fall out of your typey fingers are just too much to bear. You wanna side with Sarah Palin on someone else’s skull being a cauldron of brain-poop? And that person is our Old Handsome Joe? Sorry, Megs, but cue Donald Trump: YOU ARE NO LONGER EMPLOYED.

Let us examine what you dictated to Siri for your Daily Beast Dear Diary, which is Just Cause for your termination:

If Democrats want to win in November, all they have to do is one simple thing: replace Joe Biden with Hillary Clinton for vice president.

This is a pretty popular sentiment—it seems like the only thing Republicans and Democrats can agree on. It’s something that people have been saying to me everywhere from cocktail parties to airports since President Obama has been elected to office. Many politicians and pundits have reiterated that statement publicly. Sarah Palin recently went on Fox News and said the same thing: if President Obama wants a sure fire way of getting reelected this election cycle, Hillary would give him “a darn good chance of winning.”

But of course, the White House is pushing back, saying that Republicans are merely “trying to distract attention” by suggesting Hillary is a better fit for Obama. Yes, that must be it! Republicans are the ones doing the distracting, not the gaffe-prone vice president, whose own staff is reportedly trying to “save Biden from himself.”

Oooh, oooh! We read that Politico story! And the story intimated fairly clearly that Biden’s staff was sort of idiotic to do so — a cluck of scared hens keeping Biden from being his Teh Awesome Best self — and that they were in fact playing against their own interests. Maybe you just skimmed it?

Anyway, it is terribly churlish of Obama to reject these helpful suggestions from his opponents! And how correct you are that everyone, including all Democrats (or all Democrats who are Jon Stewart maybe?) is soooo embarrassed by Joe Biden, who said “chains,” which outrage was not in the least manufactured by desperate Romney campaigners being desperate, desperately. What else you got, Meghan?

Aside from the likability factor, I can criticize Hillary’s politics all day long, but I never question her intelligence. I have never doubted that she is a strong, capable, smart leader. The same cannot be said for Vice President Biden.

The woman whose main claim to a pundit gig is that her father foisted Sarah Palin on an unsuspecting nation thinks Joe Biden is stupid. She doubts his intelligence.

It is going to take a hell of a muffin basket to win our friendship back after this one, Megs McCabe. :(


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  1. FreckleRaiser

    They're pretty worried about the next election. Or they are afraid of what the administration will use Joe to "accidentally" say next.

      1. Barb_

        Noun! No, I am not a Canadian yet. The more I read about Canada the more I have a deep respect for the country and the Canadian people.

        Good to see ya!

        1. Callyson

          Coffee…lots of coffee…balanced out with cold water. Works for me. (Alternates sips of coffee and water…)

      1. Barb_

        Morning Soros! I am here to start MissTaken's birthday tomorrow early. We need cake!

        It's always great to see you.

        1. fartknocker

          Nice to see you back Barb. If I make the cake, I can fill it with lots of dark chocolate and Mrs. Fatknocker makes a wonderful chocolate ganache.

          1. tessiee

            "Mrs. Fatknocker makes a wonderful chocolate ganache."

            Megan IS Mrs. Fatknockers; that's the only reason we pay any attention to her.

        2. SorosBot

          Sadly it's still a couple weeks until we'll be together in person again; then we can really celebrate her birthday. That and she gets to meet my parents.

    1. Terry

      I'm hoping it's the festive buttery baked goods. I've no interest in any other muffins Meghan might be offering.

      She's a truly stupid person with a profound lack of self awareness.

      1. Isyaignert

        "She's a truly stupid person with a profound lack of self awareness" applies to 100% of Republicons.

          1. sullivanst

            Oui, c'ést vrai, ils sont les mots qui vont très bien ensemble (très bien ensemble). Mais, les jeux de mots bilingues sont difficiles.

    1. SpeedoFart

      Damn, should've refreshed! It's nice to know I wasn't the only one with that reaction, though.

      (Is it uncouth to reply to my own post?)

  2. Baconzgood

    Boy this is the most obvious way to point out the right wing echo chamber.

    1) create (an imagined) controversy
    2) put on fox news and AM talk radio
    3) ??????
    4) profit

    1. Callyson

      3) Successfully create a distraction from actual issues (Mittens' taxes. Ryan's plan to destroy Medicare) by getting people to chatter about invented issues instead.

  3. Billmatic

    Is there anything anyone can say about Meg's looks without being terribly offensive?

    How about "Hngnnngngghhhhnnnggg"?

    1. kittensdontlie

      When she turns her head to the side, just a certain way, her auditory canal is exposed, and what appears to be a black light strobe and a mirrored disco ball can be seen inside her brain cavity. Other than that, what is there to say…

    1. sullivanst

      The ones who have cocktails with Megs McCabe, of course!

      Welcome to The Village, my friend.

        1. tessiee

          I suspect that there's a Bain investor who tells Mittens things.
          Bad things.
          Very, very bad and sinful things.
          "Fire them! Fire them ALL, Willard! Then have a cup of coffee, moohahaha!"

  4. Chow Yun Flat

    I have never doubted that she is a strong, capable, smart leader. The same cannot be said for Vice President Biden.

    Since Megs doubted Joe's ability to lead the President should dump him. OK, got it.

  5. Calapine

    I watched a full speech of him recently and he comes across as very authentic and knowledgeable.

    A President Biden would be nothing to be afraid of.

    1. sullivanst

      Old Handsome Joe is at least seven shades of awesome, which is why deserate Romneyites are desperately attempting a whispering campaign to have him replaced, out of desperation.

    2. Terry

      Well, he might replace the presidential limo with an El Camino or a Firebird. That could be either scary or awesome, depending on how you choose to look at it.

      1. Isyaignert

        OT, but I just learned the glass in presidental limo is 24 layers of 1/4" glass = 6 inches thick. The chasis is actually from a one ton truck. Each president gets a new one and the old one is destroyed to keep its technology secret.

          1. Terry

            Yeah, but I did essentially that in a Volkswagen Dasher loaded down with suitcases and household items, so I wasn't all that impressed.

  6. Fox n Fiends

    "I can criticize Hillary’s politics all day long, but that would take effort and my maid can't type that much."

  7. Estproph

    I never understood why so many otherwise reasonable people thought Meghan McCain was anything but a repub, because she is clearly a repub. Eventually she was going to cross over the line into siding with the repubs. The fact that on some issues she comes off as reasonable ins't proof that she's reasonable – even Joe McCarthy loved his mother, after all.

    1. SorosBot

      Basically, she's liberal on social issues, but still conservative on any issue that might affect her inheritance. And she's not into the insane conspiracy-mongering birtherism and the like, which is sadly rare in today's Republican party.

      1. Estproph

        That is I think part of her attraction: because she stands up to crazystupid racists, she comes off as sane, and since sanity is at an all-time low, people make the assumption that she is actually liberal (and sometimes even a democrat) – which she is not.

        1. Chet Kincaid_

          Who? Liberals? Wingnuts? I wouldn't expect that a thinking liberal would think Megs isn't a Republican just because she has nice things to say about some social issues and decries some of the batshit. That is not enough to make you "not a Republican." Wingnuts, on the other hand, are stupid enough to believe anyone who makes sense even once is a "RINO."

          Until she goes as far as Ron Reagan, she is clearly a Republican.

  8. PuckStopsHere

    This from a woman who we can see in the picture is apparently unaware that one does not wear ones dress and high-heeled shoes to bed…

  9. Lionel[redacted]Esq

    At all the cocktail parties I go to, I keep hearing about how Paul Ryan is demanding the gaff prone Mitt Romney to step down and let him be the presidential candidate with his gay lover.

    Why won't Romney listen to this advice and save his party? Why won't Megs write about this?

    1. Living in Joy

      I heard the same thing from my brother-in-law who says he heard it while standing in line at a Chik-Fil-A. I don't know why Megs just doesn't come clean and call for Ryan to be placed at the top of the ticket. Everyone is saying it – even her Daddy.

  10. viennawoods13

    Yep, Dems, take the advice of Republicans about replacing Joe with Hilary, because obviously they want to give you a better shot at winning in November- good sports that they are in the GOP.

    1. Chichikovovich

      Ah, memories. Back when Hillary was fighting out the primary with Obama, I remember a flood of stories about how Hillary had won the respect of her Senate Republican colleagues with her businesslike approach. I saw pictures of the photo-op big, high-profile rapprochement with Richard Mellon Scaife, paleoconservative megarich guy who bankrolled the "Arkansas project" digging up dirt on the Clintons. Scaife was just completely won over by Hillary's awesomeness. And tabarnak, even Karl Rove [I witnessed this myself!] on Fox went on and on about what a superb candidate Hillary would be and how if she were nominated the Democrats would have it in the bag, etc. And there was so much more of that, from all sorts of raving wingnut loons.

      It's nice to see, in this cynical day and age, people transcending partisanship to just give honest and open expressions of respect.

      And I had thought that they had entire libraries full of opposition research and already-storyboarded commercials ready to sink a Hillary campaign like a stone. I suppose I was wrong. I guess – unlike Erin Burnett – I'm just not able to take a risk to trust. [And I grew up in a small town, too. Go figure.]

    2. kittensdontlie

      So they can dredge up HillaryCare and LewinskyGate, distracting the public from the IRScamgate of our Lord-in-Waiting Romney of Mittens.

  11. Dr. Nick Riviera

    I have never understood the fascination with this woman. I remember Maddow having her on to discuss tax policy and Megs rolling over and baring her throat with a "Tee hee! I don't really know much about that!". But then when she went on some other show where they were more inclined to shut up and let the celebrity speak she spent the whole time trashing Obama's tax policy.

  12. SorosBot

    Can I still think Megs is cute and one of the few Republicans who I think I could actually have a pleasant conversation with?

  13. SayItWithWookies

    I'll push for Joe Biden to be replaced when he says we'll be welcomed as liberators about a country we're about to invade for no reason. Or chooses to say nothing about gay marriage because it would be politically inconvenient. Or shoots a guy in the face. But chains? Yeah, fucking chains. He's right about that one.

      1. SayItWithWookies

        Or pushing massive no-bid contracts to a company he's getting deferred payments from. Or insisting that capturing or killing Osama bin Laden isn't a big deal and then saying it was a no-brainer when somebody else does it. Or outing one of our own intelligence operatives solely for revenge against her husband. Why the fuck isn't this guy in jail already?

        1. Terry

          Well, his heart was removed from his chest but he just keeps on living. Jail ain't nothing to the undead.

    1. joshleefolsom

      I'll say he's right. George Will said the minimum wage should be zero, and if that isn't support for slavery I don't know what is. But every time somebody makes a truthfully blunt assertion like that they turn around and take it back, like Maher with the cowards lobbing bombs and gutsy hijackers, etc. Might suck, but still true.

  14. viennawoods13

    Side note (not boob). What is it with these female pundits going for the glamour shots? Really? Because they def. want to be taken seriously as deep thinkers? It's not working, ladies.

    1. tessiee

      "Because they def. want to be taken seriously as deep thinkers?"

      No, because they're attention whores.
      Believe me, if the males could get more attention by showing a little…
      neck, if you know what I mean…
      they'd do it in a heartbeat.

  15. Come here a minute

    Thank you for your advice, we're so glad you're concerned about President Obama's re-election chances. Next will you please tell us that you've heard it from your best Democratic sources that the only thing better than dumping Vice President Biden for Secretary of State Clinton would be to dump Vice President Biden for former half-term Governor Palin. Thanks again. Goodbye.

        1. Jukesgrrl

          I feel the same way about Tutumcari, New Mexico. While I was waiting for my notalotta $$$ repair, the nice lady in the repair shop office told me her young daughter hated her name Katrina ever since the hurricane. I think about that kid from time to time.

  16. Shypixel

    I'd still do her. Dove "Real Beauty" figure and all…

    Hell maybe I could hump the conservatard out of her…

    1. Shypixel

      I just realized that the second part of this comment is probably the most sexist thing I have ever said in a public forum…

      Am I a Republican mole, and just don't know it?

    1. sullivanst

      To be fair, Megs could've been a good distraction, but they shouldn't have let her say anything.

  17. MissTaken

    Sorry Megs, but I live by the 'always do and think the exact opposite of Sarah Palin'. That you agreed with the TundraTwat gives me a sad.

    1. Bezoar

      Who the fuck would you talk about this with in an airport who you weren't already accompanied by? She's making that up!

      1. not that Dewey

        Bartender? Baggage handler? Custodian?

        "Hey, random Delta employee. Don't you think NOBAMA should dump Joe Biden and take on that woman who hired Mark Penn as her campaign advisor? When has Mark Penn ever been wrong about anything?"

  18. RadioBowels

    If Republicans want to win in November, all they have to do is one simple thing: replace Paul Ryan with Sarah Palin for vice president.

          1. Chichikovovich

            Sarah! can shoot all but one from a helicopter, and the crafty survivor will become her VP pick.

  19. foxypuppet

    When I think of either Clinton, I just hope that their self-interest aligns with the best interests of the country.

    Somehow, I don't worry about that hidden agenda with Handsome Joe Biden…

  20. freakishlywrong

    All these huge Hillary fans in the GOP! Wait till she runs in 2016. Rethugligan amnesia will rear it's head again!

    1. SorosBot

      Well of course they love Hillary Clinton, and aren't just pretending to do so in order to try and create strife among Democrats; I mean it's not like they spent years demonizing her and making shit up like calling her a lesbian and claiming that she had murdered a good friend who committed suicide, who they also claimed was her lover even as they continued with the lesbian thing, or anything.

      1. MissTaken

        And they totally didn't have bumper stickers in the 90's saying "Impeach Clinton, And Her Husband, Too!". No sirree, they did not.

        1. SorosBot

          Nor did they spend much of the 2007/2008 campaign demonizing her again, then to suddenly switch and start acting like they liked her when it became clear Obama would be the nominee. Nope, not at all.

  21. foxypuppet

    I just hope that if she sends real muffins (not the euphemism kind), that they don't come from that crummy bakery that dissed Handsome Joe.

    1. sullivanst

      That would be the wrong interpretation of "One hell of a", although I could see the source of the confusion there.

  22. Dashboard Buddha

    If Republicans in general and $arah Palin in particular are saying this, it's a pretty good bet that they don't have the democratic party in their best interest. Besides, Barry has two solid people on his side that can help him win in November…Romney and Ryan.

    1. Isyaignert

      Rmoney/Munster – Egads, my neighbor just put up a sign for those twin twats and it's making my eyes hurt. I'm so tempted to make it have an accident, but the Karma gods are keeping me from doing that. I'll just get a couple of Obama signs instead.

    1. widestanceromance

      There are only two reasons to even give a thought to her: the left one and the right one.

    2. lunchbox360

      And I love how she says every sentence with an upward inflection like she is asking a question. And how every third word is "like". What the fuck are you 12?

  23. James Michael Curley

    I'm estimating that Megs has 'a hell of a muffin' top. But I DID NOT ask anyone to prove it.

  24. Biff

    Oh, Megs McCabe. Too bad I can't unfriendster her, but I never much liked her anyway.
    Yeah, I said it.

  25. NellCote71

    I really do appreciate the GOP being concerned about how important it is to carefully pick a VP. I do not know how we have gotten this far without their invaluable advice.

  26. pinkocommi

    I feel like the Republitards are just picking on Handsome Joe for not being part of their 1%.

        1. tessiee

          I thought nowave was implying that Megs is a DOPE, but he didn't want to be too BLUNT about it.

  27. DaSandman

    It would help me move on from this terrible experience if I could just play with those right wing titties for awhile. Maybe slap an OBAMA 2012 sticker on them. How come conservatives don't care about my needs?

  28. Exhausted66

    "The woman whose main claim to a pundit gig is that _______"

    I think you ended this sentence incorrectly. Handsome Joe would agree that the reason might be her big fucking deals.

  29. pdiddycornchips

    "Democrats (or all Democrats who are Jon Stewart maybe?) is soooo embarrassed by Joe Biden, who said “chains,” which outrage was not in the least manufactured by desperate Romney campaigners being desperate, desperately. "

    The "chains" outrage makes no sense to me. Who's supposed to be outraged? Black people?
    Don't think so. Republicans are working feverishly to suppress black voter turnout and they expect us to freak about the use of the word "chains"?

    Is it white southerners who are supposed to outraged for Handsome Joe co-opting their dog whistles?

    Is it Wall Street? Are they outraged because Barry hasn't been as nice to them as Republicans even though they've managed to thrive during his time in office? Fact is, under a real progressive president, most of them would be either in jail or unemployed.

    Any of my fellow wonketters speak wingnut?

    1. Chet Kincaid_

      You're absolutely right. They won't spell their logic out because a) they didn't think it through, and were only trying to win a couple of news/fundraising cycles, and b) they don't want to engage on their party's hostility to black voters because then they'd be churning out even more gaffes. However, they are so busy high-fiving each other in public on their voter-suppression that they have no choice but to go all-in with their explicit Racism. So Joe wins.

    2. tessiee

      Well, "chains" by itself they might have overlooked, but coming less than a week after Joe saying the word "father"?
      This outrage will not stand.

    3. tessiee

      My best guess?
      The manufactured outrage du jour over Biden speaking the word "chains" is supposed to convince people that Democrats are the REAL racists.

  30. Tundra Grifter

    Everybody she meets in airports and cocktail parties? Translated, "I just made this shit up." Along with the phony agreement crap.

    Reminds me of the late, great George Burns: "Too bad all the people who know how to run this country are busy driving taxicabs and cutting hair."

  31. Chichikovovich

    So Megan McCain was, until recently, your BFF? And come on, admit it, will be again soon? That reminds me…..

    The French satirical weekly to which I'm addicted, Le Canard Enchaîné, has a recurring comic strip about "Les Boeufs", with one kind of central figure and then a bunch of his friends. I puzzled for awhile about what the heck that title was getting at, but then I recognized that it was a kind of bilingual text-age pun. The French "Boeufs" is a rough phonetic approximation of how a francophone would attempt to pronounce "BFFs", an acronym that has crossed the Atlantic. Literally, "Le Boeuf" means "the beef", or more aptly in this case "the steer" or "the oxen".

    I just thought you all would find this interesting. Why it happened to come to mind in this post in particular, I can't figure out at all.

    1. Isyaignert

      I "heart" France and swear I was a Frenchwoman in a past life. I'm going there for the fourth time next fall – if the world doesn't end on my birthday like everyone's expecting.

    2. tessiee

      Wait… Is that duck enchanted, or chained?

      Mon francais est mal, et mechant, et malade, et mauvais.

      1. Chichikovovich

        It means "the chained-up duck"or (perhaps closer to the intended meaning) "the enslaved duck". Long story, the short form of which is that in 1915, when the parody newspaper was founded, there had been a newspaper called "L'homme Libre" ("The Free Man"). Hence: "The Enslaved Duck".

        (Apparently there were some additional jokes bound up with the title that turned on slang uses of "canard", that have passed from common use. Not sure what the additional overtones were.)

        Edit: Just did some reading around, and sad to say, my conjecture about Boeufs Beaufs** – though Fields-medal calibre brilliant – was 100% wrong. "Beauf" is the cartoonist's coinage, short for "Beau – frère" i.e. "brother-in-law".

        **(Sigh – my mind substituted a spelling that made sense to me. Bad mind! Bad!)

    3. Nostrildamus

      Why it happened to come to mind in this post in particular, I can't figure out at all.

      With Megs, the question "où est le boeuf?" is always paramount.

  32. slowhansolo

    Honestly, I think tits makes a great point here, and we probably shouldn't be so tits as to completely tits a reasonable tits just because it came from tits.

  33. OneYieldRegular

    As the old adage says, people who live in nine houses should not throw senseless drivel.

    1. Isyaignert

      Oh, it's nine houses is it? I will never forget when Grampy McInsane was asked how many houses he had and replied, "I don't know, one of my people will get back to you on that." That had to be THE most eletist damn thing he could have said.

      I'm sure after that major league flub Rmoney is making sure he knows how many houses he has just in case he's asked the same "gotcha question" by the liburrrral media.

  34. proudgrampa

    What, Rebecca? Does this mean I shouldn't fantasize about Meghan's casabas anymore?

    I would have a sad.

  35. ibwilliamsi

    I do not know a single Democrat who wants to be rid of Biden. We LOVE Biden! Megan, on the other hand, we're not that thrilled about.

  36. fuflans


    joe biden had 36 years in the senate, chaired judiciary, chaired foreign relations, negotiated with actual russians you can't see from your house over SALT II, chaired the bork and thomas hearings and spearheaded the Violence Against Women Act.

    but!! juggs mccain and snowbilliy grifter say he is stupid.

  37. BeefHardcake

    If nothing else, I gotta hand it to her — she did a great job of parlaying a total lack of talent (combined with great family connections and a really, really recognizable last name) into a decent level of semi-fame. She's not hard to look at, but she's not nearly as smart or erudite as you can tell she really, really wants to be. She'd be a lot better if she, y'know, did some research every once in a while.

  38. elgin_pelican

    Barry's already wearing Mom jeans per Mitten's instructions, so this should work out fine.

    1. tessiee

      Yes, but "Look at that ass!" means something entirely different when you're looking at Barry in Mom jeans than it does when you're looking at Mitt in Mom jeans.

  39. Warco3

    Nothing but a desperate attempt by the repukes to distract from the political nightmare that is Paul Ryan. Biden is going to tear his ass UP in the debate!

  40. NYNYNYjr

    Blonde heiress and scion that she is, I like her anyway. But Meg- they offered Hilary the VP job, she wants the one she has now, it has more influence in the world, she does it well. So, I mean, she's doing what she wants.

  41. barto

    "Trying to distract attention" sounds more like a Meghan-lieteracy-level grammatical construction, not something that would come from the White House. Amirite, Megs?

  42. rickmaci

    Until there is a sex tape involved, I can not think of any reason to waste time considering anything that comes out of Megan McCain's mouth.

  43. tessiee

    "If Democrats want to win in November, all they have to do is one simple thing: replace Joe Biden with Hillary Clinton for vice president.

    This is a pretty popular sentiment—it seems like the only thing Republicans and Democrats can agree on. It’s something that people have been saying to me everywhere from cocktail parties to airports since President Obama has been elected to office. "

    I've never heard anybody say this.
    Maybe I need to get out more.

  44. tessiee

    "It is going to take a hell of a muffin basket to win our friendship back after this one, Megs McCabe"

    Which, ironically, she'll have no trouble purchasing at the Farmer's Market.

  45. Mittens Howell, III

    This is a pretty popular sentiment—it seems like the only thing Republicans and Democrats can agree on masturbate over.

  46. tessiee

    "Sarah Palin recently went on Fox News and said the same thing: if President Obama wants a sure fire way of getting reelected this election cycle, Hillary would give him “a darn good chance of winning.”

    Uh, right, because, by gosh and by darn, who's to know better what goes into winning the vice Presidency?

    *falls on floor laughing and pounding fists a la "You want it when?"*

  47. dcjdjay

    I bet that this titmonster bimbette can't discuss anything about Hillary's politics without sounding like an ignoramus. In fact, I doubt if she knows a damned thing about Hillary's politics. And, no, titmonster, your dad's drooly rants at the dinner table over scoops of applesauce DO NOT count as valid information.

  48. valthemus

    Why do people keep referring to Biden's comment as a "gaffe"? I've been saying for years that, if the Republican leadership had it's wicked way, they'd be able to shackle and sell non-pale people as slaves just like the ol' boys of the confederacy always wanted. This is a surprise to anyone?

  49. DahBoner

    So, how did that Rush Limpballs calling out for all his listeners to go out and vote for Hillary in the primary thingie back in 2008 work out for you?

    Not so good? Then STFU…

  50. Butch_Wagstaff

    "This is a pretty popular sentiment—it seems like the only thing Republicans and Democrats can agree on. It’s something that people have been saying to me everywhere from cocktail parties to airports since President Obama has been elected to office."

    Funny how no one brought it up in the media until last week…

  51. VirtualDespot

    When the ice caps have all melted and the entire globe is covered in water her talents are going to come in very handy.

    Right now, meh – not so much.

  52. BarackMyWorld

    The weirdest part of this wave of pro-Hillary hype is the knowledge that had Mrs. Clinton won the 2008 election, she'd have faced opposition similar to what the current president does (just substitute "secret Muslim" with "radical feminist" and "socialist" with "socialist"), and everyone would be clamoring about what a terrible disappointment she is as the first female president.

  53. clblabin

    Perhaps this will teach Wonkette the same lesson I learned from bitter experience years ago: no more Republican girlfriends.

  54. fitley

    Megs is so upset she's texting her best friend who IS NOT a sticky bun like "you people" would suggest.It is also not true that Meghan sweats when she swims. Eww that would be gross.

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