Tag Archives: Christine O’Donnell

Eye of Newt; Toe of Frog

Exactly 16 years ago, Newt Gingrich released his “Contract With America.” It made an instant connection with voters, and six weeks later the Republicans swept to a 54-seat pickup in the House and majority status.

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One Lump or Two?

If we want to be an actual, legitimate “shadow blog,” I guess (sigh) we need to formally address the issue of the Tea Party, since Nate is now tackling that naughty problem (sorry, I meant knotty problem, I must have been thinking about Christine O’Donnell) over … Continue reading

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She Blinded Me With Science!

Once upon a time, I was a working scientist. I made discoveries; I published dozens of scientific papers; I managed a laboratory that was supported by Federal grant monies. I would approach elections with profoundly mixed emotions. For many years, the … Continue reading

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Throw Republicans From the Train

  This past weeks’ primaries have changed the political landscape a bit. The obvious difference being the Delaware results. Since Mike Castle’s defeat combined with Christine O’Donnell’s low popularity numbers and whacky political positions, there is a renewed hope for … Continue reading

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Righteous Babes

Have you noticed something interesting about this new crop of Republican female politicians? Of course you have. They’re all sexy but untouchable, like a little army of Barbie dolls with Bibles. Sarah Palin, Ann Coulter, Nikki Haley, Christine O’Donnell, Laura Ingraham, Michelle Malkin, Monica Crowley, Michele Bachmann… drop-dead … Continue reading

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