But the ones she has to win over are in Deleware. If it was a choice between national television and the Republican event (events) in Deleware, maybe she made the right choice. She has to put the state first. Still, I hope they get more organized and don't mess up like this again.
Catawa is my favorite bleeding heart liberal.
She doesn't want to be publicly made to expand upon these ridiculous statements she's made.
But it's going to come to that eventually, unless she gives up right now.
At the very least, the Christians in her base are troubled by the witchcraft statements and want a fuller accounting.
I myself am troubled by two parts: "there was a little blood", and "I know what they told me to do".
Not that I believe her at all, really; I'm pretty sure she's made the entire story up in some strange bid for attention or notoriety, but on the off chance it's true, I want to know whose blood she's referring to, and what "they told her to do".
Was there illegal activity going on, as she's coyly hinted?
Even if she didn't participate, she needs to answer for her self-described involvement.
Simply minimizing it by saying "I never joined a coven, I just dabbled" doesn't really resolve everything, for me. I'd like more of an explanation about her "blood" statement.
If I feel that way, I can only imagine how her constituents feel.
Wow. The teaparty has a witch and, a hot one .That shows they are tolerant and accepting of other religions. starts to make us like , libertarian lite.