Meghan McCain Still Looking for Mr Far Right?

March 3, 2009

(ChattahBox) — Apparently if you want your gorgeous daughter to remain single in her 20s, run for president. Anyway that seems to be working for John McCain.  His daughter Meghan  24, says, “I fear the election has destroyed my ability and desire to date,” in a lighthearted blog essay Monday on the Daily Beast.

The article titled “Looking For Mr. Far Right,” a weird choice considering that her daddy didn’t seem to carry the flag for the arch-conservatives of his party.

Meghan a 2007 Columbia University graduate, tells that she is a person that has always prided herself on keeping politics out of her relationships, but struggles to do so with dating.

She is turned off by people who voted for President Obama. She also gets creeped out from obsessive supporters of her dad.  Which leaves what – Mitt Romney fans?

She can sense within 30 seconds of meeting a guy whether he only wants to brag to his buddies that he had a date with “John McCain’s daughter.”

The election inevitably comes up in dating conversation, she wrote, which seems to still be a sore spot. If a guy starts talking about Obama, her mind wanders. Her father’s fans are just as annoying because “I don’t want to date someone who idealizes my dad.

There was the date who complimented her dinner order as a “maverick choice,” and later dropped the cheesy line: “Wow, straight talking must run in the family.” There was the guy apparenttly admirer of her mother who “told me I could be ‘his Cindy,'” and later creepily remarked she would look hot in her mom’s pearls.”

Groused Meghan: “It’s like someone taking Lisa Marie Presley out on a date and singing ‘Hound Dog’ in the middle of dinner.”

“Nothing kills my libido quite like discussing politics.”


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