For those of you who have been hiding under a rock for the past couple of weeks, I'd like to introduce you to Ms. Christine O'Donnell, the Tea Party candidate (under the Republican banner) for the U.S. Senate in Delaware. I hope that these photos will be enough to help you to avoid her should she ever be coming in your direction because you will surely want to do do. This woman is almost is almost indescribably stupid. Let me put it this way; she is not the sharpest knife in the drawer nor the brightest bulb on the tree. Not only does her elevator not go all the way to the top, but although the elevator's power source appears to be on the hamster is dead. This chick is not playing with a full deck. We'll skip the bits about how she had "dabbled in witchcraft" etc., and go straight to the verbal vomit that convinced me that Ms. O'Donnell is just plain dumb. While defaming President Obama in front of some group or other she agreed with another person and quoted part of the Constitution that said that the President did not have the power to bestow "TITLES OF NOBILITY" upon anyone. To whom was she referring as being a "noble"? The Energy CZAR!!!! The expletive deleted ENERGY CZAR!!!! I give up. God save us all.
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Christine O'Donnell (born August 27, 1969) is an American politician who is the Republican Partynominee in Delaware's 2010 U.S. Senate special election, which will be held on November 2, 2010. Previously, O'Donnell has been a marketing executive, and worked in public relations, as well as being a political commentator for Fox News.
In 2006, she ran in the Republican primary for U.S. Senate in Delaware, finishing third. In 2008, she was the Party's nominee for the U.S. Senate general election, losing to the incumbent, Joe Biden.
In the 2010 Republican primary, after garnering endorsements and support from the Tea Party movement, O'Donnell defeated nine-term U.S. Representative and former Delaware governor, Mike Castle. Her victory was a surprising upset and was seen as a sign of Tea Party strength