Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) called a meeting of Assemblyman Danny O’Donnell, Assemblywoman Deborah Glick, State Sen. Brad Hoylman, former State Sen. Tom Duane, and a representative for City Council Speaker Christine Quinn regarding pressure he's feeling over including a provision...
Worst nominee since Christine O’Donnell? “We still believe [Mark] Sanford is more likely than not to lose this race and hand Colbert Busch a seat Democrats have no business holding. All three private Democratic polls taken since Sanford’s most recent … Continue reading ?
A high-speed chase that began in Camden, New Jersey this morning ended in North Philadelphia, but along the way, the action passed by a rather famous witness. Two suspects, a man and a woman, stole a Camden Police cruiser, and led cops...Show More Summary
On one hand, he’s clearly right. On the other hand, do we trust Karl Rove to be able to tell which future candidates will be Rand Pauls, and which will be Christine O’Donnells?
Karl Rove would have you believe that he’s been a lifelong Rand Paul supporter. Rove recently opined that the party needs “fewer Christine O’Donnells and more Rand Pauls.” I distinctly remember Karl Rove’s dislike of Rand Paul during Kentucky’s senate primary. Show More Summary
I got this.
Stu Rothenberg: "Republicans continue to argue about whether the party needs to take steps to prevent the next Christine O'Donnell, Sharron Angle, Todd Akin and Ken Buck, as well as how it might do so... The truth is that while most insiders agree about the problem, nobody has come up with an easy solution. Show More Summary
Through his new Conservative Victory Project, aimed at backing conservative candidates who will actually win elections, Karl Rove has upset some conservatives and Tea Partiers. This weekend, he paid a visit to Fox News Sunday, where Wallace confronted him with some of that backlash.
AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta Former Delaware Republican Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell at the Values Voter Summit in Washington. K arl Rove and big Republican donors are trying to rescue the GOP from more Akin-type embarrassments by funding a new group dedicated to stopping terrible candidates from winning Republican nominations. Show More Summary
The Republican Party has a base problem that may have already cost them control of the Senate. There was Todd Akin and Richard Murdoch in 2012 – Sharron Angle and Christine O’Donnell in 2010 who were able to win primaries but unable to win general elections because they were just- well crazy. Establishment Republicans are trying to stop [...]
I feel like I shouldn’t laugh, because this remains a good idea, despite being extremely belated; but a New York Times report has found that following Sharon Angle, Christine O’Donnell, Richard Mourdock, and Todd Akin, some GOP heavies (including Karl Rove) are assembling a super PAC with one simple goal: to save the Republican Party from itself. Show More Summary
If I had to pick my favorite political ad of the last few years, a strong contender would be the one from 2010 Delaware Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell, in which she looked into the camera and said sweetly, "I'm not a witch. I'm nothing you've heard. Show More Summary
You know what's awesome about SuperPACs? You can raise an infinite amount of money and spend it on anything you like, including yourself: "ChristinePAC, formed by former Delaware Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell, used up $469,425 on consulting, travel, marketing, and other administrative costs without spending anything to support or oppose 2012 candidates, according to the [...]
It's the new ChristinePAC teabagging anthem, bowing down to Breitbart and attacking Obama. Watch, AFTER THE JUMP... (via joemygod)
The kids are her niece and nephew. She's selling this on iTunes! The rapped isn't identified.
Controversial political activist Christine O’Donnell has released an anti-Obama rap video that focuses on President Obama’s dismal economic record. The “Six Trillion Dollar Man” video is performed by Justin Charters, produced by Troublemaker Media, and is funded by O’Donnell’s PAC (political action committee). The Daily Caller notes that “one of the claims the video makes [...]Show More Summary
H/T Mike Stafford, a former local Republican Party officer in Delaware who has since left the party.
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Adorable dumbmuffin Christine O’Donnell is having a “thought” about reapplying for that job she didn’t get back in 2010 because apparently there are some people in Delaware who are willing to give her money so that she can stay in hotels and eat at restaurants while “campaigning” instead of sleeping on a friends couch and living on Hot Pockets and RC Cola.
“I think I owe that to my supporters, to at least consider a run,” said O’Donnell. Read more...