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Meghan McCain Vows to Keep Tweeting Despite Last Week's Controversy; We Were All So Worried

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Ladies and gentlemen, the world will go on. Meghan McCain has promised to keep her Twitter account up and tweeting. 

Last week, McCain drew criticism from some of her Twitter followers over a picture she posted that showed the world what it may not have already known -- Meggie-Poo has got some happenin' boobs.

However, since McCain hasn't seemed to decide whether she wants to be a serious politico or the nation's newest celebutard who hangs out with reality TV floozy Tia Tequilla, the erotic pic raised some eyebrows -- and probably a little somethin', somethin' extra among Republicans.

McCain writes in her blog, Daily Beast, that she has learned so much from being called a slut on Twitter.

"It's not easy to be called a slut. But I'm not giving up my Twitter just yet -- I'm just going to be more judicious in how I use it. At the end of the day, I am a work in progress. I am not perfect and have never given anyone the assumption that I am. I turn 25 next week, and I am still adjusting to the glare of the spotlight and making mistakes," she writes.

Wait, no more cleavage shots, and she's gonna keep flappin' her gums? This is a disaster.

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