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By the power of Xanex and a genetically bestowed Bozo Understudy pedigree (retrieved from human brains found in mice heads in an evil laboratory), Delaware GOP Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell tells her story:

h/t 0whole1

None of us are perfect, but none of us can be happy with what we see all around us.”

She’s almost reminiscent of Shirley Temple with that line…which is so obviously YOU!

I’m in awe for so many reasons.

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19 thoughts on “Christine O’Donnell: Daughter of Bozo’s Understudy

  1. I actually audibly recoiled in horror at that last “I’m you.” It’s like she was trying to cast a spell on me or something and steal my eternal soul — what with her wearing all black and the creepy smoke in the background and everything.

    Shirley Temple is right — she sounded like a 4th grader reading a report on photosynthesis — after the dog ate her posterboard, or maybe after her father ran over it on his tricycle.

    Thanks for the HT, BTW. 🙂

    • Ha! I moderately gasped when she said, “I’m you.” It’s a little bit funny that she thinks she might be able to persuade people with what she’s saying.

      Now the super slomo speech and occasional quivers in her voice make her seem “normal,” but sophomoric.

    • I keep thinking of Confucius Analects, “You a disciple, shall I teach you about knowledge? What you know, you know, what you don’t know, you don’t know. This is wisdom” Think of all the public humiliation that could be avoided if people who don’t know would shut the hell up.

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  3. Definitely the safest way for Christine to campaign: Say nothing but play pretty music in the background.

    Why don’t the Democrats play clips from Christine’s appearance on the Bill Maher show in response ads? Let’s test the “I’m You” theory.

    • She’s the me I’m ashamed to let anyone know about; Obama is the me I wish I was.

      To put the difference between the ‘baggers and the progressives bluntly.

        • The lies — I meant the lies and dodges and nonsense. Not “The Good Ship Lollipop.”

          Besides, Rupert says I have a lovely singing voice.

          That said, I *did* have a pirate shirt hiding in my closet for, like, fifteen years. And I read tarot for fun & profit. And, and, I really freakin’ like meatballs, too.

          Pretty sure Dad wasn’t a clown, though.

      • C’mon writechic, none of us is perfect — oh, sorry — none of us ARE perfect — no wait! — none of us IS perfect. How about good grammar? Could the damn RNC at least check her grammar?

        Last night SNL did a parody of this O’Donnell “I am not a witch” ad. It is so much more perfect than the original. I am ready to sign a petition to have the SNL campaign for O’Donnell.

        • I think in American English there is a debate on whether NONE means NO ONE or NOT ANY, so I let that slide. 😀

          Perfection is hardly a qualifier for U.S. Senate or the halls of Congress would be vacated. But let our elected officials have a modicum of normal. 😯

  4. Yeah, how come all the Tea Party candidates (Rand Paul, O’Donnell, Paladino, Angle) seem so much weirder than other Republicans? How weird would America be if they all got elected?

    My favourite part of the O’Donnell ad is the tone of resignation with which she utters the final line “I’m you.” It’s almost like she’s saying “Don’t kid yourself, you’re messed up too” 🙂

    TW

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