@kchenoweth thanks girl, I’m so over this.
— Meghan McCain (@MeghanMcCain) May 8, 2013
@meghanmccain me too. We have to stick together! 🙂 u rock.
— Kristin Chenoweth (@KChenoweth) May 8, 2013
How cozy. Liberal MSNBC mouthpiece Meghan Meghan, posing as the spokesperson for Tolerant Young Republicans, got an attagirl from 40-something Hollywood starlet and Obama donor Kristin Chenoweth.
Conservatives reached for their barf bags.
@gopblackchick, their self-congratulatory exchange, food for their egos. “You’re right.” / “I agree, we’re right.” / “That’s right! Yay us!”
— Paulo Loreto Lim (@paulolim) May 8, 2013
— Rachel Veronica (@rachelveronica) May 8, 2013
— Crystal Wright (@GOPBlackChick) May 8, 2013
— Devin (@listeningdev) May 8, 2013
@listeningdevAnnoying when these bimbos make the remark of ‘so over it’ ala Kardashian style when in fact, they are just getting started..
— candace crawford (@candicanelane) May 8, 2013
— John C. (@JCinQC) May 8, 2013
Meggie Mac and K-Chen have been pals for quite a while now.
Ok. Agree with her or not, Meghan McCain is a conservative who likes gays. And others. Get her book. I am going to.
— Kristin Chenoweth (@KChenoweth) September 3, 2010
@mccainblogette meghan u look cute always!
— Kristin Chenoweth (@KChenoweth) January 22, 2010
Funny thing about Mizzz McCain losing her marbles over cheater Mark Sanford’s marriage hypocrisy, though.
— Jennifer Weber (@JennyPennifer) May 8, 2013
Yep. Like Mark Sanford, Sen. McCain was unfaithful to his (first) wife and also opposes gay marriage. He is, in other words, the archetype of the hypocritical Republican that McCain and Chenoweth say they despise.
Despite that, exit polling indicates that a lot of young people voted for Sen. McCain in his most recent Senate campaign:
Admittedly, that was two and a half years ago. Attitudes about gay marriage have become more favorable since then.
If exit polls for the South Carolina CD-01 race are released, it will be interesting to see how Mark Sanford performed among young voters and whether gay marriage was a major consideration.
— Chad Heiman (@chadheiman) May 8, 2013
In any case, it seems clear most voters had other things in mind at the polls than the giggly Hollywood/lib GOP elite gal pals’ gay marriage obsession.
— Scott Ruesterholz (@Read_N_Learn) May 8, 2013
— Thomas Lahey (@TomLaheyGOP) May 8, 2013
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Pollsters have asked Americans (not young people, specifically) about their top priorities for Congress and the President. Some results here:
Pew Research Center. June 7-17, 2012. N=1,563 registered voters nationwide. Margin of error ± 2.9.
“Which ONE of the following issues matters most to you in deciding your vote for president this year: jobs, the budget deficit, health care, Social Security, immigration, or gay marriage?”
CNN/ORC Poll. May 29-31, 2012. N=1,009 adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 3.
“Which of the following is the most important issue facing the country today? The economy. The federal budget deficit. Health care. The situation in Afghanistan. Illegal immigration. Terrorism. Policies toward gays and lesbians.”
The federal budget deficit
Policies toward gays, lesbians