February 21, 2009
Categories: John McCain
Meghan McCain, hard to impress
Meghan McCain wasn't impressed with Michael Steele, or Sarah Palin, in an interview with ABC Radio's Curtis Sliwa yesterday:
On Michael Steele's New "Hip-Hop" Strategy:
"You know with all due respect to the new chairman, Michael Steele, I do not believe that is actually something that is going to work because it is premeditated. If you're saying I want people from the hip-hop community -- I don't even know what that means exactly -- I guess people that are in the music industry could become more closer and you know try and become Republicans (sic). I just don't think that is going to work. I think they need to rely on a message that is going to really stick with people of my generation. That message has to be equated in the medium of the internet, which obviously up to this point just hasn't happened."
On whether Sarah Palin appeals more to a younger generation:
"I think no matter who, in the next four years, becomes the prominent up and coming person -- Bobby Jindal, Gov. Huntsman -- there are lots of names being thrown around right now -- I think whoever gets to the point of becoming the prominent figure in the Republican party has to have a message that's simple that goes out. Hope and change was something that really stuck with my generation. It's something that's on bumper stickers and t-shirts. And it's something that was easy for people to understand. What the Republican party is not doing right now is having a message that can equally touch that point. Sarah Palin -- I hope she can, at some point, I just -- I think time will tell."
On whether she'll support Sarah Palin if she becomes the Republican nominee:
"I would support whomever the Republican candidate is in the next election."
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