Update on the Meghan McCain Twitpic controversy: After going silent for most of the day, the daughter of U.S. senator and 2008 GOP presidential nominee John McCain fired off a few tweets offering gratitude for support and criticism of the media’s focus on this “overblown subject.”
I would like to thank my family and friends for their support. This has been an embarrassing experience but also a learning one. I will not…
(Editor’s note: Meghan frequently violates the spirit of Twitter by continuing tweets, thus getting around the 140-character limit.)
…be deleting my twitter account but I will be more careful in the future about my use with the medium.
This has been one of the hardest days of my entire life. I want to thank my amazing friends, I don’t know what I would do without you!
(Editor’s personal opinion: I think this tells us a lot about how hard Meghan’s life has been up until this point.)
I have a column going up on The Daily Beast tomorrow, and that will be the last I have to say on this overblown subject.
I would like to thank CNN for running a special segment on my twitphoto drama, you guys are #3 in the ratings for a reason.
Obsession with boobs is a ratings-killer? Not on this planet.