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O'Donnell dabbled in witchcraft

By Howard Kurtz  |  September 18, 2010; 1:16 PM ET
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She has dabbled in a lot of things. She dabbled in lipstick, gooing anyone who feels that strongly about where your hands are when you are not thinking about it, about how strange it is that they are so perfectly that length, oh sorry, forget it.

Posted by: shrink2 | September 18, 2010 10:15 PM | Report abuse

Sarah'll protect her. She was already inoculated against witchcraft for her governor run. Praise be to Jesus, that liberal socialist troublemaker.

Posted by: TriCorneredHead | September 18, 2010 10:29 PM | Report abuse

Christine O’Donnell simply bewitched Delaware voters.


Posted by: MikeLicht | September 19, 2010 11:03 AM | Report abuse

Just another Rove versus wave controversy.

You see, when 20 percent say the President is a Muslim, then they are so fed up with the establishment that they are ready to elect a woman who has been saved from witchcraft by the power of God.

I myself once voted for a devil-worshipper, but I didn't know he was a devil-worshipper until he had already won and been in office for a few years. Felt kinda bad about that.

Posted by: blasmaic | September 19, 2010 1:26 PM | Report abuse

Once a loon, always a loon.

Posted by: thomasmc1957 | September 19, 2010 3:45 PM | Report abuse

It's so funny that O'Donnell claims to be so against Nancy Pelosi and her "San Francisco Values" that she chooses a campaign song by a group, Journey, who is from San Francisco and they sing songs celebrating the great city by the bay, San Francisco. The very sound of their music is all about SF. This is so typical of the ne'er-thought-out schemes and legislation these right-wingers come up with. If you could find a working brain between the lot of them, they might be dangerous.

Posted by: jeffersontao | September 19, 2010 4:52 PM | Report abuse

No problem. Sarah "the Im" Palin was in on numerous exorcisms herself. Same mumbo jumbo. Hell, half the GOP believes in sorcery, demons, Voodoo economics and the 'dead' coming back to life. BUT they don't believe in Science, Math, Engineering, Evolution or Global Warming.

It's the Moron Party alright.

Fear, Hatred, Distortion, Distraction and Division is all they can offer America.

Posted by: thebobbob | September 20, 2010 12:43 AM | Report abuse

Wiccan Loving Leftists attack Witchcraft Dabbling Conservative
Funny how the Radical Left uses behavior it LOVES such as Homosexuality and in this case Wicca as a PUT DOWN for it’s political enemies. They scream for freedom to do whatever they want, and cry when people judge deviant behavior. Then when someone they hate because of their own dogmas is found doing what they’ve always done, they attack that person as if they are all of the sudden on some moral high ground. Hypocrisy is a foundation of a modern Liberal.

Posted by: SavageNation | September 20, 2010 11:47 AM | Report abuse

Obama carries a pocketfull of occult 'witchcraft related" good luck charms which includes a monkey god. Don't believe me Yahoo 'Obama good luck charms.' Oprah, Obama's close friend, has new age channelers on her show and even talks to the channeling spirits inside of them. One Channeler on Oprah, Esther Hicks, admits she is a living Oujii board. Hillary Clinton did some type of occult activity to contact Eleanor Roosevelt. Dennis Kucinich, a Democrat, is connected to all sorts of new age occult witchcraft. The White House invites Deepak Chopra who supports new age witchcraft to parties. Arianna Huffington has a new age occult guru named John-Roger. Marianne Williamson who blogs on Huffington Post & is trying to create a (new age) Dept. of Peace at the WH, tells women to meet in covens on Friday the 13ths in one of her books. She is also the main promulgator for the occult channeled book "A Course in Miracles"

Posted by: techsavvy777 | September 20, 2010 11:53 AM | Report abuse

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