While her Republican colleagues hem and haw about Christine O'Donnell their candidate for senate in Delaware she gets right to the point.
Kind of like her old man used to be actually. At 26 she's a chip off the old block, (they are pictured above), and may well have a political career ahead of her.
McCain said O'Donnell is "seen as a nut job."and is "making a mockery of running for public office."
About time someone called a spade a spade don't you think?
Christine O'Donnell is not fit to run for dogcatcher and the world knows it.
Anyone who opens a campaign ad by saying "I am not a witch" has already lost all credibility.
It is appalling to see some Republicans try to cover-up for her.
Karl Rove said something similar to McCain but was quickly hushed up by the powers that be.
On ABC's "This Week," McCain also said O'Donnell "has no real history, no real success in any kind of business."
"And what that sends to my generation is (the message that) one day, you can just wake up and run for Senate, no matter how lack of experience you have," said McCain, 26, who is author of the new book, "Dirty Sexy Politics."
"It scares me for a lot of reasons, and I just know in my group of friends, it just turns people off, because she's seen as a nut job," McCain said.
And a nut job she will continue to be.
McCain has done the Republican Party some service by forcing them to examine how someone like O'Donnell gets elected.