Thursday, September 23, 2010

Kinda Diggin That O'Donnell Character

As the anvil of liberal thought applies the weight of its collective pressure upon young Ms. O'Donnell, two things have become clear: she is a person who has been willing to voice opinions that are not accepted by the liberal culture that we are obliged to wade through every day, and she is a person of significant moral courage.

Stacy McCain is on his game with O'Donnell Right Again, and what is striking when reading Hillary Kelly and other liberal's who are writing these tomes of O'Donnell malfeasance is that they are completely unaware that it is they, not O'Donnell, who are lacking in insight into the state of affairs in our society. It follows that they are equally off base in their differences with O'Donnell on the state of affairs in the policies of our nation.

Stacy has a little fun in his update. Quoting Moe Lane at Red State:
"I’ll start caring about her social attitudes when she starts introducing them as legislation, thanks. Until then, I’m much more concerned about the Democrats’ social attitudes, which are frankly already starting to raid my wallet."
Right. But Stacy goes on:

But Moe, don’t you think that social issues and economic issues are related? Christine O’Donnell tried to warn that excessive masturbation could lead to premature baldness and tax increases, but Chris Coons obviously didn’t listen:

Too funny!


  1. And the best part about Christine O'Donnell is that she is not Mike Castle or Chris Coons. And speaking of Coons, doesn't the man at least have the common decency to change his last name? Racist bearded Marxist bastard!

    I heard tell that GM has decided to get political and they have been making political contributions to---sit down for the surprise---Democrats!!!!!!!!!!!!! Maybe the MSM might find something to mention there?

  2. James, you are so right about O'Donnell. Very good points. The more they dredge up her supposedly controversial views, the more human and 3-dimensional she looks to me. I like her.

  3. Hey, good to hear from you guys!

    Isn't that McCain guy a crack up? "Chris Coons didn't listen." Sheesh!

    : )

  4. And even Jimmy was looking to get in on the O'Donnell bell ring, saying in his younger days he wasn't one hundred percent against masturbation. What a jerk. Then you actually look at his Playboy quote, and this is from November of '76, and you're thinking "How did this guy ever get elected?"

  5. Carter rode to the White House on a Ford.

    From Wiki--"Coons inherited a surplus when he came into office as county executive. On election night in 2004, he said his "top priority would be to continue balancing the budget without increasing property taxes". In 2006, he pushed through a 5 percent increase in property taxes. A year later, he raised property taxes 17.5 percent. In 2009, he raised them another 25 percent. Coons also proposed a hotel tax, a tax on paramedic services, and a tax on people who call 911 from cell phones... In January 2009, Coons warned that the county might be headed for bankruptcy."

    Gee, with all the tax income increase (+51+%, compounded), what could have happened to put them on bankruptcy's door? Spending maybe? He lives up to his name with his bandit mask and all. He can't run a county and Delawareans think he can run the country? Yeah, into the ground. Some witch should turn him into a toad before we're all screwed.

  6. She certainly appears to have an open and friendly (and thus, attractive) face.

  7. "top priority would be to continue balancing the budget without increasing property taxes"

    If that was his stated top priority going into the election, and subsequently he has the county going into bankruptcy despite his squeezing as much as he possibly could out of the poor souls that live there and voted for him, there is little else worth discussing. What do we care who she dated in high school or whether or not she commented on the troubles of Britney Spears. There are more important issues at stake, among which would be could you trust Coons to make sound decisions with the future of the nation. Clearly, the answer is no.

    "Christine O’Donnell tried to warn that excessive masturbation could lead to premature baldness and tax increases"

    That wanker Coons didn't listen.

  8. "Christine O’Donnell tried to warn that excessive masturbation could lead to premature baldness and tax increases"

    Maybe he couldn't see the MTV video. Blindness, hairy palms, stunted growth and all that.

  9. OK, I don't follow things closely enough to really get the reference to the "liberal" hysteria about O'Donnell's supposed (by them, because asserted by them) policy view on "wanking."

  10. Some time ago O'Donnell mentioned that training young people to masturbate was not an adequate response to the Aids epidemic, and further pointed out that the act itself usually involved lustful imagery on the part of the participant, which, she pointed out correctly, was not really very healthy.

    For this 'preposterous' opinion it is assumed that she clearly has not the judgment or temperament to be in the Senate.

  11. I see. She simply spoke some simple truth which was too simple for "sophisticated" persons to hear.

  12. Well, you know what they say: "Hare today, goon tomorrrow"

  13. I disagree. The hares---errr bunnies--would attack Chris Coons on principle. They can smell a useful idiot a mile away--even in water. On a lake. They don't want a world where the meat case in the supermarket is empty and people get ideas.