“I’ve got Sean Hannity in my back pocket, and I can go on his show and raise money by attacking you guys.”
–Christine NO’Donnell to GOP insiders, allegedly
She done shrunk him to pocket-sized!
Mooselini is going to campaign for No’Donnell in Delaware:
Palin told Fox News’ Sean Hannity that she would “absolutely” go to Delaware on O’Donnell’s behalf.
“You’re going to go campaign for her, I recently heard,” Hannity said in the interview.
“Yeah, absolutely,” Palin replied. “I’m honored to, I’m excited about it.”
This ought to be stellar, two pathelogical liars/grifters on stage at the same time, competing for attention.
No’Donnell’s father was only a part time Bozo the Clown:
“Who told you I was Bozo?” he wanted to know.
“Your son,” I said, at which point he confirmed that yes, he was Bozo, but not an official, full-time certified Bozo, more of a part-time Bozo.
Just like his daughter. The rubber nose falls not far from the tree. Or something.
Whoopsie! It seems No’Donnell did not attend Claremont Graduate University, either. That said she did receive a fellowship from a conservative think tank named the Claremont Institute, also in Claremont, CA. This was for her ground-breaking work in the war on masturbation.
Maybe for my next resumé update, I can list all the prestigious schools I never attended, too, to fight the scourge of Onanism! Thanks for the tip, Christine!
America’s Virgin Teabagging Princess, the scourge of Onanists everywhere, and honorary Samantha Stevens, Christine O’Donnell is a learned woman. She has proudly posted her c.v. online (that’s how Brits spell resumé), and we use this peculiar bit of British terminology because No’Donnell is a proud alumnus of Oxford University, where she claims to have taken a class.
As Greg Sargent shows us, Chrissy claims the following as her education bonifides…
Christine O’Donnell’s Education
Fairleigh Dickinson University 1989 — 1993
Claremont Graduate University
University of Oxford
“Post Modernism in the New Millennium”
…except for one thing, the University of Oxford didn’t run the program, didn’t teach it, didn’t grade it, didn’t anything-it. They rented some space to mail-order for-profit diploma factory, Phoenix Institute. Maybe she though no one would notice?
So… did No’Donnell go to Oxford or not?
As Big Dawg once said, it depends upon what the definition of is, is.
“…flick the bean constantly.”
…they said we are reponsible for Christine No’Donnell, not them.
Here it is: No’Donnell telling everyone that she wants to stop the entire country from having sex. And incase you think this is some relic from a long ago broadcast, it is actually from 2003.
I love the dogs-in-heat line, which shows she clearly does not understand the adolescent male. Or any other age male.
Well, this comes as a surprise:
Regardless of how you plan to vote, do you think Christine O’Donnell is qualified to be a U.S. Senator?
And far more say their vote will be motivated by opposition to the Tea Party movement:
Which of the following best describes how the Tea Party movement will affect your vote for SENATE this year?
26% Your vote will be to express support for the Tea Party movement
41% Your vote will be to express opposition to the Tea Party movement
30% Tea Party movement will not be a factor in your vote
3% Not sure
OK, so what’s the surprise? This is from a Fox News Poll in Delaware. The take away on this is that the Tea Party is damaging the GOP brand, seriously damaging it.
Its the Teabagger way: You win your election against an establishment icon and then run-away with your tail between your legs because if the press spends even a few minutes with you, everyone will see that you are an idiot with extreme beliefs.
Rand Paul after winning the GOP nomination made hilarious TV appearances first and then disappeared.
Sharron Angle has made zero TV appearances after her primary win in Nevada.
And now America’s Chastity Belt Christine O’Donnell, who has been making television appearances since her masturbation days in the early ’90s, has canceled her Sunday talking head appearances Face The Nation and Fox News Sunday.
Sweet Jeebus! She even cancelled Fox.
…was once-upon a time a Wiccan?
O’DONNELL: I dabbled into witchcraft — I never joined a coven. But I did, I did. … I dabbled into witchcraft. I hung around people who were doing these things. I’m not making this stuff up. I know what they told me they do. [...]
One of my first dates with a witch was on a satanic alter, and I didn’t know it. I mean, there’s little blood there and stuff like that. … We went to a movie and then had a midnight picnic on a satanic alter.
Apologies to witches everywhere, but I’m sure she was as good a witch as she was a lay.
Maybe she was thinking outside of her box…
As the campaign entered the summer season, staff was instructed to compile a 10-page document examining how the distribution of tens of thousands of two-ounce suntan lotion packets could shake up the race, according to several members of O’Donnell’s 2008 team.
O’Donnell’s idea: To affix a clever slogan to packets that read: “Don’t Get Burned By Higher Taxes. Vote Christine O’Donnell 2008″ and distribute them at local parades.
“She wanted 100,000 of them,” said Moore, who describes himself as “a strong conservative.”
When aides told O’Donnell it was a bad idea and that the cash-poor campaign should conserve its resources for more practical items like signs and bumper stickers, Moore recalled, “She didn’t take too kindly to that.”
“It was an irresponsible idea,” said David Keegan, who served as O’Donnell’s financial officer. “And half the people in the street thought she was throwing condoms out of the truck.”
…or perhaps she wanted to put suntan lotion on a lobster tail. They do get red.
God’s Teabagger Lady claims to have Divine Intervention, and now is riding a crest of rage that the GOP establishment has already said that they are cutting and running and will not support her:
“I believe that we can win without them,” O’Donnell said, when asked by George Stephanopoulos about the opposition of GOP leaders to her candidacy. “We proved the so-called experts wrong. So I think a few of them perhaps may have their pride hurt this morning. But I didn’t count on the establishment to win the primary. I’m not counting on them to win the general.”
Asked about Rove’s various claims about her background, such as allegedly misleading voters about her college education, O’Donnell took a scorching shot at the architect of George W. Bush’s two presidential victories. “Everything he’s saying is unfactual. He’s the same so-called political guru that predicted I wasn’t going to win. And we won, and we won big. So I think he’s eating some humble pie.”
But wait! It get’s better! All of Winguttia is up in arms!
“I just finished watching Karl Rove trashing GOP Senate primary winner Christine O’Donnell. It was on Sean Hannity’s FNC show. Might as well have been Olbermann on MSNBC,” Michelle Malkin wrote on her blog last night. “The establishment Beltway strategist couldn’t even bother with an obligatory word of congratulations for O’Donnell.”
Over at HotAir, Malkin’s take was reposted it under the simple headline, “War.” This morning, HotAir blogger Ed Morrissey took his own shot at establishment figures like Rove who he said should get over Mike Castle’s defeat last night and hop aboard the O’Donnell train. Morrissey writes that establishment GOP types should rally around their nominee in Delaware, just as they would expect O’Donnell’s supporters to do if Castle had won.
Well, when you’ve lost Malkkkin, the anchor baby Eva Braun of the right, what’s Wingnuttia to do?