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GLENN: You've got to give your ears for a second. Here it is.

MEGHAN McCAIN: Well, I speak as a 26 year old woman and my problem is that no

matter what, Christine O'Donnell is making a mockery of running for public

office. She has no real history, no real success in any kind of business. And

what that says to my generation is one day you can just wake up and run for

Senate no matter how lack of experience you have. And it scares me for a lot of

reasons.

PAT: No matter how lack of

MEGHAN McCAIN: And I just know in my group of friends, it just turns people off

because she's seen as a nutjob.

GLENN: Okay, that's

PAT: Brain surgeon Meghan McCain.

GLENN: Meghan McCain who, jeez, we could have had her father.

PAT: What a thinktank she comes from.

GLENN: Oh, my goodness.

PAT: Oh, man.

GLENN: She's a

PAT: A brain trust there?

GLENN: No. So anyway, hang on just a second. We have Meghan McCain on the

CALLER: Hello?

GLENN: Yes, Meghan.

CALLER: Yes, hi, I'm Meghan McCain

GLENN: Yeah, I know who you are. I'm just wondering

CALLER: I'm speaking as a 26 year old female.

GLENN: I'm wondering why everybody continues to do interviews. What is it that

you have done in your life that has anybody want to listen to you?

CALLER: Well, you don't want people with lack of experience talking on... the

telly

PAT: With a lack of experience?

CALLER: With a lack of experience. And that's why I tell everyone I'm a 26 year

old female because I want everyone to know that I'm 26 years old and I'm a

female, which means that while what I'm saying might not make any sense in any

way to you.

PAT: No, it really doesn't.

CALLER: If you're 26 years old and a female, it makes perfect sense.

GLENN: So I'm 46 and a male.

CALLER: Right, so you wouldn't understand. Like, when I say things that don't

include words that make sense in certain order, that means that you're not a 26

female year old.

GLENN: Okay, all right. So now, Meghan, I think it's interesting that you are on

television commenting on how stupid Christine O'Donnell is.

CALLER: Don't you agree? She's so... stupid. And she has no lack of experience

to run to.

PAT: What?

GLENN: She's what?

PAT: Excuse me?

CALLER: I'm a 26 year old female. So you might not have understood that last

message.

GLENN: So you so you, Meghan McCain, you have give me your experience in public.

CALLER: Well, I was born to someone you know.

PAT: True. And?

GLENN: Hang on. She's thinking of his name. John?

CALLER: McCain.

GLENN: Yes.

CALLER: And I was born. John McCain's my dad.

GLENN: Yes, I know that.

CALLER: I came in, I was on the TV a lot and I think I'm on a website. And

that's because when I write things, my picture pops up. And then it says McCain

next to my name.

GLENN: Okay. So we're going to you for expert analysis on who is smart and who

is dumb?

CALLER: I can either talk about who is smart or who is dumb, or I could also

talk about the Justin Bieber laser tag incident that happened over the weekend.

It was very troubling.

GLENN: I didn't know that.

CALLER: Yeah.

GLENN: All right. So your you don't like Christine O'Donnell?

CALLER: I hate her. I hate all of the tea party people. I can't stand that Rand

Paul. I thought that was really inappropriate what he did with that guy, the

other guy. Because he was now, I'm talking as a 26 year old female here and I

don't understand why he wouldn't shake his hand. But if he was going to shake

his hand, he shouldn't have shooken his hand because I'm a 26 year old female

and we do fist bumps. And then we do pinky swears. And then sometimes we do

slapping five. And occasionally we do a bro hug but that's different than a bro

hug.

GLENN: Meghan McCain from Arizona, it's good to have you on the

CALLER: On the commercial where they say wassup and sometimes we do that to each

other.

GLENN: May I ask, are you scheduled for another Christiane Amanpour show because

CALLER: Yes, they're going to put my book that sold 11 copies on television

again and hopefully I can make it 12. (Laughing)

GLENN: Thank you very much, Meghan.

CALLER: Bye bye.

PAT: That's an expert analysis right there. That's insightful.

GLENN: In television they don't get it. They just don't get it.

PAT: Oh, but that's why she's absolutely adored by every

GLENN: Oh, yeah.

PAT: You know, by the Christiane Amanpours, by the Rachel Maddows of the world.

GLENN: She is coming out, she's a progressive.

PAT: Yeah. Anybody who will bash the right is going to put her on.

GLENN: Is a superstar.

STU: Every single one of her interviews is the same thing, which is that she's a

26 year old female and she understands how the Republican Party can't go on the

way they are because they are losing younger voters because all because of

social issues. Which, if anything, the tea party is based on economic issues.

GLENN: Yeah.

PAT: Exactly.

STU: I mean, it's the exact opposite of what she keeps saying in every interview

and it's the exact same thing. And then you have on the same shows people

calling Sarah Palin dumb.

MEGHAN McCAIN: Well, I speak as a 26 year old woman.

GLENN: Play the whole thing. This is classic.

MEGHAN McCAIN: Well, I speak as a 26 year old woman. Well, I speak as a 26 year

old woman. Well, I speak as a 26 year old woman and my problem is that no matter

what, Christine O'Donnell is making a mockery of running for public office. She

has no real history, no real success in any kind of business. And what

PAT: But Meghan's I think we talked about her success in business.

GLENN: Seriously what is Meghan's success?

PAT: Vast, vast success in

GLENN: What is Meghan's

STU: She was born as the daughter of a senator.

GLENN: No, no. Seriously what is her success?

PAT: Is that it?

STU: She was born as the daughter of a senator.

GLENN: No, I know that.

PAT: That's it.

GLENN: What is her success?

STU: She was when she was born, her father was a senator. Senator.

PAT: Yeah.

STU: Senator. He's the senator of the state.

GLENN: No, this is America.

STU: Yes, she was born into it, Glenn.

GLENN: This is America. You're not just born into something

STU: No. Yes, you

GLENN: and then you get success because you're born into it.

STU: No, her last name is McCain.

GLENN: So that's the way it happens now?

STU: The last name is McCain.

GLENN: Oh, that's right. Bush, Clinton, Kennedy, McCain, you're right, you're

right. Okay. I'm sorry. Sometimes I forget, you know.

PAT: Yeah, I know .

GLENN: Because I'm not a 26 year old female.

MEGHAN McCAIN: One day you can wake up and run for Senate no matter how lack of

experience you have.

GLENN: No matter how lack of experience you have.

PAT: No matter how lack of experience you have. You can just wake up and run.

GLENN: I just want to play that over and over again. Could you edit that?

PAT: I can. I will.

GLENN: So you have

PAT: No matter how lack?

GLENN: Making a mockery out of running for Senate because you can just wake up

one day, no matter what no matter how lack of experience you have, and run.

STU: Isn't that like the foundation of our entire country?

GLENN: Yes.

STU: I think that's exactly something we should be praising.

GLENN: You know, if we were looking for people who had experience to be in the

Senate or congress, we wouldn't have found anyone. Because there wasn't a

congress.

STU: (Laughing).

GLENN: You know, this George Washington guy, he has no experience being

president of the United States. Uh, yes, exactly. I'll say yes on that.

PAT: Exactly.

GLENN: I mean

STU: And weren't they, they were talking, was it Jefferson in his quote that he

was talking about how he would rather have a farmer?

GLENN: Yeah, farmer in a jury box. This is the kind of thing, this is the

argument that they had back then, that they decided they would rather trust

tradesmen and farmers. This is why you could not have a job in Washington that

was full time.

PAT: Well, that's why but see, they weren't 26 year old women. They were old

white men. Meghan is a...

MEGHAN McCAIN: Well, I speak as a 26 year old woman and

GLENN: Okay, stop. So is she a 26 year old woman or is she just speaking as a 26

year old woman?

MEGHAN McCAIN: Well, I speak as a 26 year old woman.

PAT: She just speaks as a 26 year old woman. She just speaks as one.

STU: How old is she, though? I have no idea from these interviews how old she

is.

MEGHAN McCAIN: Well, I speak as a 26 year old woman.

STU: I'm glad she's not speaking as someone

PAT: As a 49 year old man.

STU: Right. I'd much rather hear her as what she is.

GLENN: I read the news every day. I read the news every day. I stopped smoking

dope way too early.

STU: We all agree on that.

GLENN: I mean, seriously. I mean, I could use like, I wasted all of those

hangovers. Really, couldn't you just go for a few good blackouts right now? Just

once in a while just getting hammered to the point where you just don't remember

anything anymore?

STU: Mmm hmmm. You wasted them all.

GLENN: I know. Don't waste listen.

STU: Don't waste your blackouts.

GLENN: If you're a drinker, stop drinking. Not for the good of your family, your

children or anybody else. Blotty, blotty, blotty, anybody can do that. Save the

blackouts. You're going to need them.

PAT: I'm not sure this is sound advice, but I'm thinking as a 49 year old man.

I'm not a 26 year old woman.

GLENN: (Laughing).

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