If you’re like me, you haven’t paid much attention to Meghan McCain – not during and not post-election, outside of knowing that since the election she seems to have deemed herself as the “unofficial spokeswoman” for the GOP. And why shouldn’t she feel that way? The mainstream media, always on the hunt for self-loathing Republicans, have pretty much crowned her as their “go-to” source on the GOP much like they’ve crowned Levi Johnston as their “go-to” source on Sarah Palin.
Last night on her CNN show “No Bias, No Bull,” Campbell Brown went off on the anonymous sources in the McCain campaign who are trying to trash Gov. Sarah Palin, noting that some of the allegations being reported were “patently false”:
I can’t really add anymore to this, outside of noting that one should never underestimate the ability of Republicans in positions of influence to shoot the entire party in its collective foot with idiotic, unsubstantiated remarks like the ones made by “brave” unnamed campaign sources on the pages of various newspapers today including, of course, the Palin-hating NYT.