Chronically unemployed novelty candidate and not best-selling author Christine O’Donnell, who treats the Delaware Republican Party like they ate the last piece of cheesecake in the refrigerator, is pulling a variation of the Palin Double Switch Coy Fake-Out where she hints at a run for office again, dumb people send her money, and, in the case of O’Donnell as opposed to Palin: she actually runs and gets beat like Jonah Goldberg in a race with Usain Bolt.
|By: TBogg Tuesday July 23, 2013 2:30 pm|
|By: TBogg Monday September 17, 2012 12:35 pm|
Adorable dumbmuffin Christine O’Donnell is having a “thought” about reapplying for that job she didn’t get back in 2010 because apparently there are some people in Delaware who are willing to give her money so that she can stay in hotels and eat at restaurants while “campaigning” instead of sleeping on a friends couch and living on Hot Pockets and RC Cola.
|By: Gregg Levine Friday March 4, 2011 9:44 am|
Ask not what you can do for your country, ask what asking what you can do for your country can do for you.
|By: Lisa Derrick Tuesday November 16, 2010 8:00 pm|
It was only a matter of time before some celebrity’s Naked Airport Machine scan was saved by TSA and uh sent to the media, in this case me. Guess which star is below the fold!
|By: Blue Texan Friday October 29, 2010 10:30 am|
The media and right-wing blogosphere are all over the story of an anonymous journalist being seduced five years ago by Christine O’Donnell, who at the time was clearly intoxicated and wearing a rather provocative Halloween costume.
|By: Jim White Thursday October 28, 2010 6:40 am|
A remarkable theme echoing through much of the political press Thursday morning is the realization that Tea Party candidates who are running for office as Republicans are hurting the party’s chances in a year that otherwise has been predicted to be a huge Republican landslide. The Washington Post headlines its story on the topic “Tea party antics could end up burning Republicans“, while Reuters declares “Tea Party-backed Republicans spur party switches“. The Guardian brings out the best headline and best line, however, with the headline “The GOP’s coming Tea Party hangover” and the line “Tea is the Republican party’s cocaine: thrilling for a moment, but ruinous over time.” Tea Party candidates have won nominations in Republican primaries by channeling unfocused rage, but as that rage now erupts into a combination of genuine violence and a complete inability to articulate a platform (as demonstrated by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer in this video, where she can’t even deliver an opening statement in a debate), even Republicans are moving away from “the crazy” and looking for candidates who are interested in good government rather than good theater.
|By: Blue Texan Thursday October 21, 2010 4:45 am|
Given the question, I suppose she really couldn’t have gone with “all of them.”
|By: Scarecrow Tuesday October 19, 2010 12:30 pm|
Delaware Tea Party Republican candidate, Christine O’Donnell is surprised to learn there’s a clause in the 1st Amendment prohibiting the government from establishing a religion. But that’s just par for a group that has little respect for the US Constitution.
|By: Blue Texan Tuesday October 19, 2010 4:47 am|
Uh, Meghan? Maybe you forgot this, but your Daddy elevated a complete dingbat with “little to no qualifications,” who had “bizarre social things” and a mountain of ethics complaints — to be a heartbeat away from the presidency. And she’s probably running for president in a couple years. As a result, said dingbat made it possible for even bigger dingbats like Christine O’Donnell to run for less important positions, like US Senator. Hope that helps.