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    Re: Christine O'Donnell: 'I Dabbled in Witchcraft'

    Quote Originally Posted by BCR View Post
    one would have to question the intelligence of somebody who dabbled in witchcraft.
    eh. I'm far more worried about someone who thinks that masturbation = adultery. I've said it before and I'll say it again, social conservatism is antithetical to limited government.
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    Re: Christine O'Donnell: 'I Dabbled in Witchcraft'

    Quote Originally Posted by obvious Child View Post
    eh. I'm far more worried about someone who thinks that masturbation = adultery. I've said it before and I'll say it again, social conservatism is antithetical to limited government.
    I hope she realizes that every male supporter she shakes hands with that that hand probably......oh, never mind.

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    Re: Christine O'Donnell: 'I Dabbled in Witchcraft'

    WOW. Well liberals cant say a thing! A pagan earther with worldly religious freedom practices to her credit. Hey they got transgender candidates. Now us tea partiers got a witch ( How cool is that). A hot one to!
    Damn where else ;but American Politics. K then on to the making of a- teapartynation- November 2010.

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    Re: Christine O'Donnell: 'I Dabbled in Witchcraft'

    Quote Originally Posted by Cole View Post
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    Re: Christine O'Donnell: 'I Dabbled in Witchcraft'

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    There are a lot of Americans who can relate to her financial problems.
    Not very impressive for a leader, though, especially since she lied about them.
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    Re: Christine O'Donnell: 'I Dabbled in Witchcraft'

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    you strike me as a decent person, you have talked to me with more deference than i've shown you

    i appreciate that

    if you think you're gonna dig up some kinda gop grudge over this ms odonnell, you plainly do not understand my side of the aisle

    it aint gonna happen, everyone from bill kristol to chris christie to the funny dude in tennis shoes who cries, bush's brain included, just LOVES tea

    it's refreshing AND invigorating

    i don't know if we'll have enough red-clad chamomile consuming conservatives to capture the blue hens, but it will be close, at the very least

    ms odonnell has a lot more rising to do

    the fact that you have to dig so deep to uncover something so insignificant and of so little concern to the interests you perceive as ripping apart the party of lincoln is telling

    and, like i said, the deeper you dig...

    this IS how she arrived here, after all

    it's getting clearer, on the one side you have a person who expressed some kinda quirky opinions as an emergent adult

    and on the other, delawarians are confronted with a gentleman who at about the same age went to kenya where he somehow became convinced that "the ideal of america as a beacon of freedom and justice was not based on reality"

    his "belief in free enterprise and the boundless opportunities to be had in america were largely untrue"

    he emerged "distrustful of american power and willing to question the american notion of free enterprise"

    of course, he was just kidding when he described himself as a bearded marxist

    in times like these, people demand ECONOMIC FIX, and they are becoming close to universally convinced that the direction pointed by the likes of this mr coons and the incompetent klutz in the white house simply aint right

    i don't know about delaware, but in 40 of our states, she'd kill him

    it's the times that dictate these things

    there's big stuff, serious concerns, on the one hand, and then there's the microscopic on the other, spitting and hissing that comes off as petty and personal

    remember, the meaner you measure the more she augments

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    Didn't require much digging. I read an article in the Weekly Standard (the Weekly Standard for God's sake!) which told the whole story about O'Donnell.

    If she's elected, it will be only because of the 'R,' and the mindless excitement, and a lot of nose pinching at the polls.

    What I'm saying is Delaware could have had a better candidate for Senate, instead of this baggage-laden one.
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    Re: Christine O'Donnell: 'I Dabbled in Witchcraft'

    Quote Originally Posted by sokpupet View Post
    If O'Donnell could not live within her means and was a campaign funds welfare politician then she should not have run. The Tea Party should vet more thoroughly if they wish to be taken seriously. Well, not only vet but choose more wisely. I am sure O'Donnell isn't the only CCR out there.
    HAAAH! I remember 'vetting' - such a slipper eel vetting is.
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    Re: Christine O'Donnell: 'I Dabbled in Witchcraft'

    Quote Originally Posted by tryreading View Post
    What I'm saying is Delaware could have had a better candidate for Senate, instead of this baggage-laden one.
    i know, chris coons is a catastrophe

    all that questioning america, its role, its legacy, its traditions, its values, its heart, its head, its very definition

    it's positively bizarre

    it's not the R that appeals, it's the anti O

    mr castle, by the way, could not have been quite the candidate he was considered to be, being beaten in an R PRIMARY by a witch, and all

    think about it

    he's 71 years old, not helpful in these times

    america wants young, america wants fresh, america wants new

    ALL NEW

    do you look at voter turnout?

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    Re: Christine O'Donnell: 'I Dabbled in Witchcraft'

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    i know, chris coons is a catastrophe

    all that questioning america, its role, its legacy, its traditions, its values, its heart, its head, its very definition

    it's positively bizarre

    it's not the R that appeals, it's the anti O

    mr castle, by the way, could not have been quite the candidate he was considered to be, being beaten in an R PRIMARY by a witch, and all

    think about it

    he's 71 years old, not helpful in these times

    america wants young, america wants fresh, america wants new

    ALL NEW

    do you look at voter turnout?
    Yeah, the Republicans turned out, the Democrats didn't. That may be different by general election time, though.
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    Re: Christine O'Donnell: 'I Dabbled in Witchcraft'

    Quote Originally Posted by Aunt Spiker View Post
    HAAAH! I remember 'vetting' - such a slipper eel vetting is.
    But, if its actually done it works pretty well. I'm sure Palin and the Tea Party didn't study her history closely. They just backed the person who said the right things.
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