Christine O'Donnell, come to California and run for governor!

John Seiler:

Christine O’Donnell, the feisty new Tea Party candidate who won the GOP primary for Senate in Delaware, should trade places with Meg Whitman, and run for governor here. Meg would be happier running Delaware, the center of a lot of big corporations. She could hobnob with her rich, elite equals.

And Christine could come out here and save California. Here’s Christine talking about herself. What a breath of fresh air compared to Elitist Meg. Christine:

The conservative movement was told to curl up in a fetal position and just stay there for the next eight years, thank you very much. Well, how things have changed….

The small elite [like Meg] don’t get us. They call us wacky. They call us wingnuts. We call us, ‘We the people.’ We’re loud, we’re rowdy, we’re passionate. … It isn’t tame, but boy, it sure is good.

Will they attack us? Yes. Will they smear our backgrounds and distort our records? Undoubtedly. Will they lie about us, harass our families, namecall to try to intimidate us? They will. There’s nothing safe about it. But is it worth it?

I never had the high-paying job or the company car. It took me over a decade to pay off my student loans.

She’s an authentic person, who has battled to pay off the immense college debt the corrupt “higher education” system imposed on her. She doesn’t fly around in a private jet, like Meg always does to keep her distance from the rabble.

Christine was opposed by Karl Rove, Bush’s Svengali, who should be in prison for the war crimes he helped Bush and Cheney commit.

Why can’t California, whose population is 40 times that of Delaware, come up with anyone better than Meg and Jerry, the Bobbsey Twins we’re stuck with?

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  1. Bobnormal
    Bobnormal 19 September, 2010, 08:03

    War crimes? Really? and here I thought you were an honest reporter, why stick an ugly statement into an otherwise good Blog? Oh well you own it,
    Bob

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