She’s a Nut Job



She’s a Nut Job

Meghan McCain, the daughter of Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain has made some interesting and enlightening statements regarding Christine O’Donnell, the Republican candidate for Joe Biden’s senate seat in Delaware.

“Christine O’Donnell is making a mockery of running for public office. She has no real history, no real success in any kind of business.”

“I just know, in my group of friends, it turns people off because she’s seen as a nut job. It scares me for a lot of reasons.”

Remember, she is the candidate that opposes evolution and has practiced witchcraft.

In this election Chris Coons is the Democrat candidate. The current polls are showing Coons with an 11 point lead.

Coons is at 51%

O’Donnell is at 40%

Some other candidate (that is really how Rasmussen phrased it) is at 5%

4% for Not Sure.

What is impressive about these numbers is that this is a Rasmussen Poll. Scott Rasmussen, the founder, was a paid consultant for George W. Bush in 2004.  This reporting company has been described as a “conservative-leaning polling group.”

The GOP is sure to face more pressure from inside the party to become even more conservative. A number of members have pledged to never agree to any tax increase, ever. Of course, when you also spend trillions on multiple wars and huge billionaire tax cuts; that leads us to where we are today.

It is good to know that in the GOP there are still people who want to attempt to act in a bi-partisan manner. When we elect leaders, like O’Donnell, we are electing people who are making their political careers off of saying, ‘no.’ While, this may sound like a great idea to some of you. However, what we really need is leadership, from both parties, that have a lot of ideas.

Coons will take this race easily.

Author Bio: David Brooks

David Brooks is the socially liberal, fiscally conservative political scientist, professional writer and co-founder of politablog.

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