Christine O’Donnell Wins Big in Delaware, Political Scientists Stumped Over What Terrible Thing to Offer Conservatives Next
You ever get the feeling that the modern Republican Party isn't actually a political entity, but a massive sociological experiment to see what candidates and ideals conservative voters won't get behind if you slap a Tea Party sticker on it? I can't find any hard evidence to prove this theory one way or the other, but it's certainly seeming more and more plausible every day.
Obviously, today's news is the GOP establishment candidate Mike Castle's crushing, not-even-close loss to a crazy lady who thinks that her enemies like spending their free time hiding in the bushes outside her house. Thanks for this new truly fascinating data, conservative voters…
The Tea Party movement scored another victory on Tuesday, helping to propel a dissident Republican, Christine O’Donnell, to an upset win over Representative Michael N. Castle in the race for the United States Senate nomination in Delaware…
With all precincts reporting, Ms. O’Donnell won 53 percent of the vote to Mr. Castle’s 47 percent. The primary drew 57,000 voters, a small slice of the overall electorate. Ms. O’Donnell, a former abstinence counselor who had failed in previous attempts to win office in Delaware, won the endorsement of Sarah Palin, Senator Jim DeMint of South Carolina and other leaders of the party’s conservative wing.
This is a person so blatantly unfit for office, that she scares the shit out of Karl Rove and the National Republican Senatorial Committee. That's not saying nothing, considering the candidates they've supported in the past.
I get the feeling that somewhere in a political science laboratory, work-weary people in lab coats are having a conversation that goes something like this…
Tags: Angela McGlowan, Christine O’Donnell, Civil Rights, Delaware, Evolution, House of Representatives, Jim DeMint, Michele Bachmann, Midterms, Mike Castle, Porn, Primaries, Rand Paul, Sarah Palin, Science & Technology, Senate, Sex, Tea Party
Fox News contributor and political consultant Angela McGlowan just recently announced that she'll be shooting for GOP House nomination in Mississippi's 1st district.
In case you're not familiar with her, cherish these last few moments, because here she is at last week's Teabag Convention…
Let's see: She's a pretty woman, down with Fox News, not particularly friendly with facts and numbers, willing to demonize liberals and vaguelyishly well spoken.
She seems perfect!
Tags: Angela McGlowan, Fox, House of Representatives, Mississippi, Tea Party