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Christine O'Donnell thinks masturbation not the 'answer' (Video)

It's an O'Donnell kind of morning. Read more about the new Republican nominee for the Delaware Senate seat here.

Footage from an old MTV show has popped up featuring Christine O'Donnell, the Republican nominee for Senate in Delaware, discussing her group the Saviors Alliance for Lifting the Truth, or SALT. In it, she says, "Lust in your heart is committing adultery, and you can't masturbate without lust." Scroll down to the bottom of this post to see the video.

Dave Weigel asked O'Donnell about Delaware GOP Chairman Tom Ross making an issue over the video. Her response: "Oh, my goodness, he wants to make an issue out of that?" said O'Donnell. "That's a good way of insulting his Christian base, don't you think?"

Here's Christine O'Donnell on MTV's "Sex in the 90s" TV show:

By Melissa Bell  | September 15, 2010; 10:56 AM ET
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This is bad news for Harry Reid, Nancy Peloia and the rest of the progressive masturbaters. Oops, my mistake they are just running off at the mouth.

Posted by: Upyouns | September 16, 2010 11:54 AM | Report abuse

It is very humorous, when O'Donnell speaks on a biblical principal of sexuality, that the morally bankrupt culture can't even comprehend it, never mind supporting the notion of taking the moral high-ground instead more perversity.
No, if someone pursues the moral high road, this Sodom and Gomorrah culture will do their best to drag her into the cesspool.
The response is a great demonstration of self-justified anti-tolerance. If she espoused some form of perversity, everyone would be cool with that. But, if she talking about sexual purity - the smear machine goes into hyper-drive.

Posted by: notwaff | September 17, 2010 12:22 AM | Report abuse

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