Crazy Lady Could Potentially Make Decisions For You

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    Oct 23, 2010 9:30 AM GMT
    Well not entirely but she will have a say if she wins.

    Beware of the teabaggers:



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    Oct 25, 2010 5:49 PM GMT
    As a Delaware Republican, supporter of the Tea Party movement, and fan of Christine O'Donnell, I'm happy to say that according to polls, her debate performance cut Democrat Coons' lead in half.

    That's an accomplishment in dumbed-down-Democrat Delaware.

    Coons couldn't name the five rights guaranteed by the First Amendment. He's another career politician and would be another stooge for OhBummer in the Senate.

    "Crazy" and "dumb" are standard smear words. If they had any merit Christine could never have beaten shoe-in RINO career politician Mike Castle in the primaries, and OhBummer and Bite-me wouldn't be spending their precious time in Delaware trying to prop up their "pet" Coons.

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    Oct 25, 2010 6:40 PM GMT
    This woman makes Palin look like an intellectual.

    It's a mystery to me why so many support idiots like this.

    She's certainly no friend to the LGBT community.
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    Oct 25, 2010 8:30 PM GMT
    jockfever saidAs a Delaware Republican, supporter of the Tea Party movement, and fan of Christine O'Donnell, I'm happy to say that according to polls, her debate performance cut Democrat Coons' lead in half.

    That's an accomplishment in dumbed-down-Democrat Delaware.

    Coons couldn't name the five rights guaranteed by the First Amendment. He's another career politician and would be another stooge for OhBummer in the Senate.

    "Crazy" and "dumb" are standard smear words. If they had any merit Christine could never have beaten shoe-in RINO career politician Mike Castle in the primaries, and OhBummer and Bite-me wouldn't be spending their precious time in Delaware trying to prop up their "pet" Coons.



    OhBummer? Bite-me? Where the hell are we, elementary school?
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    Oct 25, 2010 8:43 PM GMT
    Oh, I thought this thread was going to be about Meg Whitman.
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    Oct 25, 2010 8:51 PM GMT
    What more would you expect from someone who had to start one of their campaign ads with the phrase "I am not a witch!"
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    Oct 25, 2010 9:19 PM GMT
    Mepark said
    jockfever saidAs a Delaware Republican, supporter of the Tea Party movement, and fan of Christine O'Donnell, I'm happy to say that according to polls, her debate performance cut Democrat Coons' lead in half.

    That's an accomplishment in dumbed-down-Democrat Delaware.

    Coons couldn't name the five rights guaranteed by the First Amendment. He's another career politician and would be another stooge for OhBummer in the Senate.

    "Crazy" and "dumb" are standard smear words. If they had any merit Christine could never have beaten shoe-in RINO career politician Mike Castle in the primaries, and OhBummer and Bite-me wouldn't be spending their precious time in Delaware trying to prop up their "pet" Coons.



    OhBummer? Bite-me? Where the hell are we, elementary school?


    Intellectually speaking, it would appear so.
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    Oct 25, 2010 9:47 PM GMT
    This is one tea bagger that needs to be kept out of elected office with her primitive minded, backward ideas. She makes New York's Carl Paladino look totally harmless in comparison.
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    Oct 26, 2010 1:13 AM GMT
    jockfever saidAs a Delaware Republican, supporter of the Tea Party movement, and fan of Christine O'Donnell, I'm happy to say that according to polls, her debate performance cut Democrat Coons' lead in half.

    That's an accomplishment in dumbed-down-Democrat Delaware.

    Coons couldn't name the five rights guaranteed by the First Amendment. He's another career politician and would be another stooge for OhBummer in the Senate.

    "Crazy" and "dumb" are standard smear words. If they had any merit Christine could never have beaten shoe-in RINO career politician Mike Castle in the primaries, and OhBummer and Bite-me wouldn't be spending their precious time in Delaware trying to prop up their "pet" Coons.



    Coons is an attorney, I am pretty sure he knows the remaining rights guaranteed by the the first amendment. I know the rights and I am not even an attorney. He might not have been able to reference them to the specific amendment but he knows of their existence.

    O'Donnell on the other hand, either refuses to acknowledge the fundamental principle of separation of church and state or does not even know it exist. Given some comments she has made in the past such as equating masturbation to adultery, blaming AIDS and school shootings on the removal of the bible from public schools, and giving credit to god for successful medical procedures performed by doctors, I am pretty sure it doesn't matter either way. She is a fucking nut case.

    Anyone who isn't straight, Christian or Catholic should be very afraid of this lady.
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    Oct 26, 2010 1:41 AM GMT
    GAMRican saidOh, I thought this thread was going to be about Meg Whitman.


    I don't think Meg Whitman is crazy. She has a very impressive background. She is just moderately conservative and takes positions to appeal to the masses for the sake of winning the election. I actually agree with a lot of her positions. If she wasn't for prop 8 I would consider voting on her side but as of now I think she is a total bitch.

    Christine O'Donnell hasn't done anything but dry hump the bible. All she wants to do now is make sure everything humps the bible with her.
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    Oct 26, 2010 3:59 AM GMT
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    GAMRican saidOh, I thought this thread was going to be about Meg Whitman.


    I don't think Meg Whitman is crazy. She has a very impressive background. She is just moderately conservative and takes positions to appeal to the masses for the sake of winning the election. I actually agree with a lot of her positions. If she wasn't for prop 8 I would consider voting on her side but as of now I think she is a total bitch.

    Christine O'Donnell hasn't done anything but dry hump the bible. All she wants to do now is make sure everything humps the bible with her.


    hahahaha, well put on both counts.
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    Oct 26, 2010 4:00 AM GMT
    I heard she is a witch. icon_eek.gif
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    Oct 26, 2010 5:36 AM GMT
    jockfever saidAs a Delaware Republican, supporter of the Tea Party movement, and fan of Christine O'Donnell, I'm happy to say that according to polls, her debate performance cut Democrat Coons' lead in half.



    According to Rasmussen, whose polls tend to lean a bit Republican, after the debate it was 51-40 in favor of Coons. Three weeks before, it was 49-40.

    http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections/election_2010/election_2010_senate_elections/delaware/election_2010_delaware_senate
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    Nov 01, 2010 2:42 PM GMT
    theatrengym: According to Rasmussen, whose polls tend to lean a bit Republican, after the debate it was 51-40 in favor of Coons. Three weeks before, it was 49-40.

    jockfever: Three debates were scheduled between O'Donnell and Coons. After he lost the first debate, Coons and his handlers cancelled the next two debates and called OBlahBlah back to Delaware.

    From The Hill - Jordan Fabian - 10/29/10 10:00 AM ET The Delaware GOP Senate nominee has nearly halved the lead Democratic rival Chris Coons holds over her in the First State's widely-watched Senate race, a poll released Friday shows. In a Monmouth University poll, Coons now leads O'Donnell 51-41 percent, whereas two weeks ago, the New Castle County executive led the conservative activist 57-38 percent.
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    Nov 01, 2010 3:00 PM GMT
    AvadaKedavra:

    ..."f***king nut case

    Christine O'Donnell hasn't done anything but dry hump the bible. All she wants to do now is make sure everything humps the bible with her.

    tongun18: hahahaha, well put on both counts.

    who cares: total bit**

    Mrpark: ...Where the hell are we, elementary school?

    jockfever: Nah, Star Wars bar scene, except that they were just acting.
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    Nov 01, 2010 11:16 PM GMT
    jockfever saidtheatrengym: According to Rasmussen, whose polls tend to lean a bit Republican, after the debate it was 51-40 in favor of Coons. Three weeks before, it was 49-40.

    jockfever: Three debates were scheduled between O'Donnell and Coons. After he lost the first debate, Coons and his handlers cancelled the next two debates and called OBlahBlah back to Delaware.

    From The Hill - Jordan Fabian - 10/29/10 10:00 AM ET The Delaware GOP Senate nominee has nearly halved the lead Democratic rival Chris Coons holds over her in the First State's widely-watched Senate race, a poll released Friday shows. In a Monmouth University poll, Coons now leads O'Donnell 51-41 percent, whereas two weeks ago, the New Castle County executive led the conservative activist 57-38 percent.


    Polls can be all over the place. Here's a recent one:

    http://www.delawareonline.com/article/20101028/NEWS02/101028018/Poll-Coons-lead-over-O-Donnell-grows

    Personally, I think it's likely to be closer than this poll shows. But it's not uncommon (and seems to have been particularly common this year) for different polls done around the same time to show conflicting results.

    When I do a search looking for articles on Coons canceling scheduled debates, the only places I can find it mentioned are extreme right-wing sites or O'Donnell sites, though I do find it mentioned in one post in response to an article on the Huffington Post, but with no link to a trustworthy source. That's not to say it's not true, but it is odd that I'm not finding anything about it from a trustworthy source.
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    Nov 02, 2010 2:23 PM GMT
    Here we go again with christine o'donnell! BEWARE EVERYONE, when she gets in office SHE'S GOING TO LEGISLATE AGAINST MASTURBATION, can you imagine? OMG, that means we won't be able to masturbate anymore! FEEEAARRR<, FEEAAAAR FOR YOUR LIIIIIIVEEEESSSSS. I can almost hear Denethor saying it.

    But of course, nobody gives a flying fig how many past presidents were part of the skull and bones society, where part of the initiation includes lying in a casket naked all night, among other things. That's not "scary" or "crazy" at all! It makes perfect sense!

    If we knew everyone's personal beliefs we wouldn't vote for anyone.

    This is what you call true fear-mongering. The deficit is something that we REALLY need to worry about and "fear", because it's tangible and real.

    And she was right, there is nothing in the constitution that says the words, there should be a separation between church and state. He misinterpreted her meaning. The government cannot sponsor or proclaim a religion but people in government CAN practice religion.

    Those students really shouldn't have laughed.
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    Nov 02, 2010 2:32 PM GMT
    mocktwinkie saidHere we go again with christine o'donnell! BEWARE EVERYONE, when she gets in office SHE'S GOING TO LEGISLATE AGAINST MASTURBATION, can you imagine? OMG, that means we won't be able to masturbate anymore! FEEEAARRR<, FEEAAAAR FOR YOUR LIIIIIIVEEEESSSSS. I can almost hear Denethor saying it.

    But of course, nobody gives a flying fig how many past presidents were part of the skull and bones society, where part of the initiation includes lying in a casket naked. That's not "scary" or "crazy" at all! It makes perfect sense!

    If we knew everyone's personal beliefs we wouldn't vote for anyone.

    This is what you call true fear-mongering. The deficit is something that we REALLY need to worry about and "fear", because it's tangible and real.


    I'm not afraid of O'Donnell because she's a) crazy and b) not going to win. Nor do I fear that stuff you've noted.

    What I, and many others on here fear, is that the few tea partiers who will get in tonight are going to grind the government to a halt by launching investigations of the administration and it will be the late 1990s all over again. The difference this time, which Paul Krugman pointed out earlier this week, is that we were in an economic upswing then and now we really don't have time to waste with a bunch of politically motivated bullshit "investigations".
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    Nov 02, 2010 2:33 PM GMT
    Mocktwinkie said, "If we knew everyone's personal beliefs we wouldn't vote for anyone."

    Interesting you'd say this, because I see a few conservatives on here who apply Obama's personal belief about gay marriage against his worthiness as a Democratic president, forgetting completely that his personal feelings he puts aside when it comes to the job.

    This O'Donnell character is very different. She's campaigning her personal beliefs as being good for everyone.

    -Doug

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    Nov 02, 2010 2:39 PM GMT
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    mocktwinkie saidHere we go again with christine o'donnell! BEWARE EVERYONE, when she gets in office SHE'S GOING TO LEGISLATE AGAINST MASTURBATION, can you imagine? OMG, that means we won't be able to masturbate anymore! FEEEAARRR<, FEEAAAAR FOR YOUR LIIIIIIVEEEESSSSS. I can almost hear Denethor saying it.

    But of course, nobody gives a flying fig how many past presidents were part of the skull and bones society, where part of the initiation includes lying in a casket naked. That's not "scary" or "crazy" at all! It makes perfect sense!

    If we knew everyone's personal beliefs we wouldn't vote for anyone.

    This is what you call true fear-mongering. The deficit is something that we REALLY need to worry about and "fear", because it's tangible and real.


    I'm not afraid of O'Donnell because she's a) crazy and b) not going to win. Nor do I fear that stuff you've noted.

    What I, and many others on here fear, is that the few tea partiers who will get in tonight are going to grind the government to a halt by launching investigations of the administration and it will be the late 1990s all over again. The difference this time, which Paul Krugman pointed out earlier this week, is that we were in an economic upswing then and now we really don't have time to waste with a bunch of politically motivated bullshit "investigations".


    And I can understand your concerns based on how you feel the economy should be run, but those aren't the arguments being hurled against her, they are about masturbation comment from years ago based on her personal beliefs (who knows if she actually has them anymore?) and a comment about the separation of church and state being twisted from her actual meaning.
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    Nov 02, 2010 2:39 PM GMT
    meninlove said Mocktwinkie said, "If we knew everyone's personal beliefs we wouldn't vote for anyone."

    Interesting you'd say this, because I see a few conservatives on here who apply Obama's personal belief about gay marriage against his worthiness as a Democratic president, forgetting completely that his personal feelings he puts aside when it comes to the job.

    This O'Donnell character is very different. She's campaigning her personal beliefs as being good for everyone.

    -Doug



    Obama's political position is for civil unions, no gay marriage. So no, I haven't gone by anything other than his political policies.
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    Nov 02, 2010 2:59 PM GMT
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    And I can understand your concerns based on how you feel the economy should be run, but those aren't the arguments being hurled against her, they are about masturbation comment from years ago based on her personal beliefs (who knows if she actually has them anymore?) and a comment about the separation of church and state being twisted from her actual meaning.


    Well, she is still anti-masturbation and has reaffirmed most of her beliefs on the campaign trail.

    As for separation of Church and State, I've seen that clip and she came across as not know what she was talking about. Now, I think that what she was trying to say was that there is no separation of church and state in the Constitution - a common claim among far-right Christians - but it didn't come across that way.
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    Nov 02, 2010 3:02 PM GMT
    lol Mock, all marriages in both our countries are civil unions. He knows that.

    However, some mountains are moved a pail at a time; this is what he's been doing. Oh, never mind, you and no few liberals and conservatives on here don't get this.

    -Doug
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    Nov 02, 2010 4:18 PM GMT
    I think there are more important issues than whether or not she thinks masturbation is okay. Like I said, many of our past presidents believe that laying in a coffin naked all night isn't something crazy -- yet no one seems to panic that these people have been or will get elected.

    I think this video tells the real story of what's going on in Delaware.

    We the People of the First State from Friends of Christine O'Donnell on Vimeo.

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    Nov 02, 2010 4:28 PM GMT
    meninlove said lol Mock, all marriages in both our countries are civil unions. He knows that.

    However, some mountains are moved a pail at a time; this is what he's been doing. Oh, never mind, you and no few liberals and conservatives on here don't get this.

    -Doug


    Of course it's a kind of union, but there is difference between a "marriage" union and a civil union.

    Do you need a little education on the difference?

    http://lesbianlife.about.com/cs/wedding/a/unionvmarriage.htm