Do you have what it takes to run for public office? Take this simple one-question quiz to find out! 1. You show up for an interview on live radio, streamed onto the web. When you are asked a policy question you don’t like, do you:
Chris Coons was also quite clear in that he was talking about the concept of separation of church and state, not any particular phrasing. O’Donnell seemed caught off guard by the actual content of the First Amendment, and could only ask, in an attempted posture of a rhetorical question, o whether the concept of the separation of church and state is in the Constitution.
“I’m not a witch… I’m you!” With those words Republican Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell managed to botch a clumsy defense of herself and at the same time slander whole communities of pagans and Wiccans. O’Donnell’s joint declaration that “I’m not a witch” and that “I’m
If Christine O’Donnell is me, then she’s married to my wife. That would mean that she supports same sex marriage, and last time I checked, Christine O’Donnell is against marriage equality.
Parody of Christine O’Donnell’s I’m You campaign advertisement, in which Christine O’Donnell isn’t a witch. She’s a space alien.
A couple years ago, I noted the development of a web site called Dreamlines. The site makes new, dynamic, changing visual art using keywords to search out graphics online. Today, as a refresher about how the results work, I offer you the following visual impression
Democrats who follow the anti-Wicca line of argument against Christine O’Donnell are allowing their partisan zeal to overcome their professed loyalty to the separation of church and state.
A summary of the results of the 2010 congressional primary elections in Delaware.