Is Christine O’Donnell A Failed Witch?

That seems to be the thrust of reports over Christine O’Donnell’s past references to dabbling in witchcraft before she became the Republican nominee for Governor of Delaware. You have to love this country. Who needs an immigration debate when Delaware is debating whether one of its major candidates “is or was ever a practicing witch?” If true, this could prove an advantage with Sarah Palin going to Iowa to campaign this week. Palin has had prior experience with people working in the area since she has been given a protection from witchcraft. This could make for an interesting first meeting between President Palin and Governor O’Donnell. Indeed, Palin could argue that she is the only expected presidential candidate currently able to meet with O’Donnell without fear.

In the meantime, Republicans are asking if O’Donnell’s Democratic opponent Chris Coon is a failed bearded Marxist. If both allegations are true, voters appear to be favoring the alleged former Marxist over the alleged former witch by eleven points.

We previously discussed O’Donnell’s rather expansive definition of adultery. However, the video below has surfaced from appearances that O’Donnell made on Bill Maher’s “Politically Incorrect” show during which O’Donnell says that she dated a witch and went to coven meetings with blood-soaked alters.

“I dabbled into witchcraft — I never joined a coven. But I did, I did. … I dabbled into witchcraft. I hung around people who were doing these things. I’m not making this stuff up. I know what they told me they do . . . One of my first dates with a witch was on a satanic altar, and I didn’t know it. I mean, there’s little blood there and stuff like that. … We went to a movie and then had a midnight picnic on a satanic altar.”

That quote does allow some wiggle room in that O’Donnell at worse was a “pre-coven witch” or maybe even a “witch-wannabe.” Of course, the important thing is not the date with a witch or the evening spent around an alter with blood. It is that she is currently not a practicing witch and has no immediate plans to enlist the support of the wiccan lobby.

By the way, having a witch as a governor might have its advantages when suddenly the governor of Maryland’s head shrinks during coastal fishing negotiations. Of course, if Gingrich wins, she will have to be more specific about calling for an “eye of Newt” to avoid criminal complications.

With Halloween around the corner, this is going to produce an explosion of Christine O’Donnell costumes.

Update: O’Donnell cancelled a bunch of interviews over the weekend but did speak to a high school group and dismissed the story as basically a case of hanging out with bad kids in high school.

Source: Washington Post

43 thoughts on “Is Christine O’Donnell A Failed Witch?”

  1. Hubris,

    Does your mom know you use the computer without permission?

    Well if you don’t like me making fun of your gal O’Donnell for her stupidity, you really aren’t going to like me making fun of her stupid criminality. Which is not to be confused with your criminal stupidity.

    Christine O’Donnell Hit With FEC Complaint Alleging She Used Campaign Funds To Pay Rent

    From the story:

    “The complaint is based largely on a sworn statement by O’Donnell’s former campaign finance consultant, David Keegan. He says O’Donnell used campaign funds to pay her rent in both March and April 2009, then listed the spending as ‘reimbursement expenses.’

    The complaint also accuses O’Donnell of using campaign funds to pay for gas, meals and a bowling outing.

    ‘Christine O’Donnell is clearly a criminal, and like any crook she should be prosecuted,’ explained CREW Executive Director Melanie Sloan in a statement. ‘Ms. O’Donnell has spent years embezzling money from her campaign to cover her personal expenses. Republicans and Democrats don’t agree on much these days, but both sides should agree on one point: thieves belong in jail not the United States Senate.'”

    Kind of like you’ve been embezzling from your cat’s dirty litter box as a substitute for brains, Hubris.

  2. Tootie:

    I think I see their logic:

    Since Buddha and others were pud tuggers when in high school. They are Jerk Offs today.

    Does that make sense to you? It seems to be the same line of reasoning they are using against O’Donnell.

    Obviously I am making some assumptions, but when using logic you sometimes have to. For example I am assuming Buddha is a male and that he has the necessary equipment. Now if that were not true then my logic would be flawed. If he were a female then he could not tug his pud.

    Do you see how logic works? You have to begin with the proper information. If Buddha is a female then my logic is flawed. Although he/she is still a jerk.

  3. Butterfly McQueen,

    No “witches” were ever burned in Salem, Massachusetts. Those accused of being witches were hanged–except for Giles Corey who was crushed to death.

  4. I tells youse haze de wrung steak. That place dat de burnt them womenns was Massa Chussess,

  5. If someone burned her WITH the steak during a campaign fundraising barbie–and along with caribou barbie–that could look like a ‘fortunate’ er, unfortunate accident…

  6. O’Donnell won the Republican nomination for the Senate——Joe Biden’s old seat. She’s not in the governor’s race.

    It’s interesting that Palin didn’t run for Ted Steven’s old seat in Alaska, but it might of dampened all the moneymaking speechifying that’s lining Sarah’s pockets these days.

    Both of these girls are are nearly past their “sell by” date. That jug of milk looks perfectly good sitting on the fridge shelf. It’s only after you take off the lid that you notice the smell.

  7. And “be” done with it. By the way, in reference to Karl Rove’s comments, precisely how does one explain witchcraft in “its most sympathetic light”?

  8. As much as I enjoy Creedence, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins is where it’s at. I’m just waiting for some Donavon.

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