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Posted at 12:30 PM ET, 09/18/2010

ANIMATION OF THE DAY: Christine O'Donnell's Delaware Express

By Michael Cavna



Taiwan's Next Media Animation continues to crank out its timely animations about the American political landscape. Now, the artists offer their take on the Election Day "Express."

"A Tea Party insurgency has left rancor and discord within the GOP's big tent. Led by Sarah Palin, Tea Party candidates have scored several primary upsets against establishment candidates ... ," NAMtv's website says as it spotlights Delaware's new GOP nominee, Christine O'Donnell, firing away in tandem with Sarah Palin.

"The Democrats, believing the Tea Party cannot win in a general election, are predictably happy with Tea Party's primary success. But are the Democrat's underestimating the strength of this populist movement?"

If Comedy Central won't hire these Taiwanese talents, perhaps the new Conan O'Brien show will.

By Michael Cavna  | September 18, 2010; 12:30 PM ET
Categories:  The Animation  | Tags:  Christine O'Donnell, Next Action Media, Taiwan animation  
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Comments

Hysterical! Loved it, especially the end!!!

Posted by: julieachild | September 19, 2010 3:15 AM | Report abuse

Brand New Facebook O'Donnell Watchdog Page. Please "Like" this page and help compile the truth about TEA Party darling Christine O'Donnell. She could be the factor that determines if the democrats hold onto the senate.
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=161102327233749&ref=mf

Video: Christine O'Donnell - I touch Myself http://youtu.be/hYbindWziUE

Posted by: seraphina2 | September 19, 2010 1:27 PM | Report abuse

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