#rsrh O’Donnell’s million.

I’ll be honest. I don’t really know the reason why Christine O’Donnell has a million dollars left in her war chest, and I don’t really much care.  Truly, I do not.  I can think of three legitimate, innocent, rational reasons for that money being there, and there are probably more.

But I’ll say this: I can come up with five to ten good, worthy House candidates that could have used a share of that money.

Moe Lane

#rsrh ‘Big D*mn Heroes, sir.’

“…Ain’t… we…  just.”

WASHINGTON — Republican Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell had $2.6 million in the bank on Sept. 30, twice as much as her Democratic opponent, Chris Coons.

The Tea Party Express-backed candidate, who shocked the nation with her primary victory over GOP Rep. Mike Castle, raised nearly $3.8 million from across the country between Aug. 26 and Sept. 30 and spent $1.2 million, according to a 956-page fundraising report she filed late Friday afternoon with the Senate Public Records office.

“Now cut her down.” Continue reading #rsrh ‘Big D*mn Heroes, sir.’

Erm. O’Donnell was actually correct about Britney Spears.

You know, I’m going to have to agree with Stacy McCain, here. This 2003 statement by Christine O’Donnell, about Britney Spears?

“And you can tell that Britney Spears is struggling with who she is. I think she has a team of agents and managers who are saying, yes, push the envelope, kiss Madonna, take off all your clothes. And she’s doing that because she doesn’t want to sacrifice this enormous platform that she’s built. But at the same time, she is sacrificing herself and you can see that in her eyes when she talks.”

The one that The New Republic is calling crazy? Yeah, that one: I don’t know if TNR noticed or anything, but in 2007 Britney Spears had an extremely public nervous breakdown where she shaved her head and got tattooed because, quote, “I don’t want anyone touching me. I’m tired of everybody touching me.” The title of that article is, by the way, “Bald and Broken: Inside Britney’s Shaved Head” – and it rather explicitly signs off on O’Donnell’s notion that the stress felt by Britney Spears of being Britney Spears was breaking the woman.  Oddly enough, nobody over at TNR took the trouble to castigate the author of said article (Sheila Marikar) for taking this position… probably because Sheila Marikar wasn’t standing between a Democrat and a Senate seat. Continue reading Erm. O’Donnell was actually correct about Britney Spears.

#rsrh Orrin Hatch reads the tea leaves…

…and decides that it’s never too early to start laying down markers.

Sen. Orrin Hatch (R., Utah) says Democrats and members of the press are going “overboard” in their criticism of Christine O’Donnell, Delaware’s GOP Senate nominee.

Continue reading #rsrh Orrin Hatch reads the tea leaves…

Coons vs. Coons in ‘Biden seat’ rhetoric!

Compare and contrast:

“It’s often said that this is Joe Biden’s seat. It’s not. It’s Delaware’s seat.”

This would have been a fine statement by Chris Coons (D-CAND, DE-SEN) in last Thursday’s debate*… if only he believed it. You see, one of the people that have often said that the seat in question was “Joe Biden’s seat” is… Chris Coons (D CAND, DE-SEN).

We cannot let Joe Biden’s seat fall into ultraconservative hands…

Olliander (H/T) aptly sums up the entire thing with the title “Chris Coons is a liar who obviously reads my blog:” Continue reading Coons vs. Coons in ‘Biden seat’ rhetoric!