Skip to comments.Meghan McCain: ‘I hate Karl Rove’
Posted on 05/23/2014 12:28:10 PM PDT by Nachum
Meghan McCain was sharply critical of Karl Rove during an interview with Larry King, going so far as to say she hates him and that he needs to apologize to her family.
The daughter of the 2008 Republican presidential nominee showed no love for the political commentator and said he is no longer a relevant political figure, according to a transcript of the interview from Ora.TVs PoliticKING with Larry King that will air on Thursday night.
I hate Karl Rove and I think he still needs to apologize to my family, which he has not done, for things that happened in 2000, McCain said. I think there was an era where Karl Rove was relevant and I dont know why people still give him attention.
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Holy crap, I agree with Miss Piggy on something. I think it might snow.
Mean people suck
Megyn grow up we all hate Tokyo. Embrace the suck.
Yesterday, Miss Piggy does a 180 on all her past bashing of Sarah Palin.
Today, she has flipped against the RINO architect.
I'm just suspicious.
I find it interesting that she is indulging in the same manner of speech that she is attacking Rove for.
Pot, meet kettle.
Who is her audience?
An irrelevant person on an irrelevant show calling someone else irrelevant.
I hate ‘em both
What has she actually done???
Meghan McCain hates Karl Rove? There must be something good about him that I haven’t recognized.
I gotta agree with Meghan on this one. Though,,her daddy is almost as irrelevant as Karl
I hate that guy more than Karl Rove.
He is often invited on MSNBC to bash T.E.A. Party Conservatives.
Who is that and who cares?
Well, I’ll tell ya, Meghan baby, I am not overly fond of Rove but I am even less fond of you. I am also not too fond of your daddy which makes it a trifecta. The three of you could get lost and it wouldn’t bother me in the slightest.
Well, her reason is quite different than yours. She hates him for helping Bush beat her daddy. We hate him for what he’s done since then.
Sort of like a leftist and a conservative agreeing we need tax reform, only to find out their vision of reform is to raise the rates on successful people to 70% and give more back to lower income people in credits.
First of all, I agree.
Second, the McCains need to apologize to Sarah Palin.
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