Christine O'Donnell is master of her domain

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    Sep 16, 2010 3:55 PM GMT
    This is freaking hilarious. O'Donnell is also an ex-gay propagandist.

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    Sep 16, 2010 4:15 PM GMT
    Two things:

    One, she is fucking crazy. Not the usual Republican crazy, but deeply insane. I'm thinking a variety of personality disorders.

    Two, she's 41 and never been married. Since she's against premarital sex AND masturbation, are we to believe that she's a virgin?

    I think she should submit to a hymen test so we can ensure that she's not a bald-faced liar.
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    Sep 16, 2010 7:22 PM GMT
    I don't think voters care so much what someone's personal beliefs or persuasions are, as long as anything radical doesn't extend into any kind of policy decisions or legislation that begins to infringe on individual liberties.

    If someone is going to vote on their personal ideas of "right" and "wrong" alone, as crazy as they may seem, then it's really no different than christians purposely not voting for someone who is an atheist just because he's an atheist (regardless of political stance) -- even though there's no indication that there is a plan for legislating a ban on practicing christianity.
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    Sep 16, 2010 7:59 PM GMT
    mocktwinkie saidI don't think voters care so much what someone's personal beliefs or persuasions are, as long as anything radical doesn't extend into any kind of policy decisions or legislation that begins to infringe on individual liberties.

    If someone is going to vote on their personal ideas of "right" and "wrong" alone, as crazy as they may seem, then it's really no different than christians purposely not voting for someone who is an atheist just because he's an atheist (regardless of political stance) -- even though there's no indication that there is a plan for legislating a ban on practicing christianity.


    But she does plan on legislating her beliefs. She's said so repeatedly and that's why Tea Partiers voted for her and while she'll likely get her ass handed to her in the general election.
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    Sep 16, 2010 10:29 PM GMT
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    mocktwinkie saidI don't think voters care so much what someone's personal beliefs or persuasions are, as long as anything radical doesn't extend into any kind of policy decisions or legislation that begins to infringe on individual liberties.

    If someone is going to vote on their personal ideas of "right" and "wrong" alone, as crazy as they may seem, then it's really no different than christians purposely not voting for someone who is an atheist just because he's an atheist (regardless of political stance) -- even though there's no indication that there is a plan for legislating a ban on practicing christianity.


    But she does plan on legislating her beliefs. She's said so repeatedly and that's why Tea Partiers voted for her and while she'll likely get her ass handed to her in the general election.


    Some evidence that she plans on deliberately legislating against masturbation? Even adultery is condemned in the Bible but I doubt you'll find many christians who believe that there should be some kind of legislation against it.

    As far as "tea partiers", don't generalize. All the tea partiers I know personally are social liberals, like me.