she recently won the republican senate primary in delaware, and is heavily backed by sarah palin and the Tea Party. you know what that means, she's awesome!!!
backed by sarah palin, super christian, really right wing, involved in tea party politics? i'm sure you can guess that some real gems fall out of this bitches mouth!!
let's read some of them.
on masturbation: "It is not enough to be abstinent with other people, you also have to be be abstinent alone. The Bible says that lust in your heart is committing adultery, so you can't masturbate without lust."
(also, it's weird that in this video rachel maddow won't say "masturbation".) also, this video.
on the bible and the sexual revolution: "We took the Bible and prayer out of public schools. Now we're having weekly shootings. We had the 60s sexual revolution, and now people are dying of AIDS."
on her opponent, mike castle( a man who has never lost an election in his career): "You know, these are the kind of cheap, underhanded, un-manly tactics that we've come to expect from Obama's favorite Republican, Mike Castle [..] Mike, this is not a bake-off, get your man-pants on."
get your man pants on, but don't masturbate in them!!!!
it kind of seems like she's being sold as another sarah palin, red suit and all. in some pictures she's even wearing sarah palin glasses. the only difference is that she's a little fatter than palin.
it's weird and bizarre that someone like this could win the primary. but, like rachel maddow explains in that video, it's a strange year all around in american politics. people who would never have won in a million years are winning state by state.
like sarah palin, o'donnell has something to say about everything--including middle earth:
"You see Tolkien's wisdom applied to just about everything: Tolkien and communism, Tolkien and industrialization... In researching this topic I even found a book on Tolkien and sexual fetishes....surprising, then, especially in today's very hyper-sensitive, post-Gloria Steinem world, that there's such a lack of commentary on Tolkien and women. ... Is it that people assume that women don't have an interest in Tolkien?"