Serious Republican candidate or future Reality T.V. has-been? You decide.
Is there really a significant difference in terms of intelligence or competence when you compare Snookie and Christine O'Donnell
With this slate of clearly not-ready-for-prime-time political candidates, I can not help but thinking the midterms have somehow been switched with a Reality T.V. show casting call. I mean is there really a significant difference in terms of intelligence or preparedness for political for office when you compare Snookie and Christine O'Donnell? And who is more entertaining to watch when it comes to just straight up nutty behavior, Carl Paladino or Desperate Housewives? Christine O’Donnell.This hopeful for Vice President Joe Biden’s old seat in the Senate is virtually incapable of opening her mouth without saying something completely ridiculous. Her most recent display of inexcusable and utter ignorance was just a few days ago when she doubted that the U.S. Constitution provided for the separation of Church and State. And this coming from a woman who calls herself a “constitutionalist.” In addition to this insanity, she has called President Obama a Muslim, a Kenyan National. She has crusaded against both premarital sex and masturbation. She thinks not only should gays not be allowed to serve in the military, but neither should women. My prediction? Future reality T.V. has been. She will get a variety show on Fox News after she loses this election.
Joe Miller could do some kind of crazy Alaskan outdoorsman reality show
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- His family does not live in West Virginia, but are instead located in a lavish house in Florida.
- His wife is not registered to vote in West Virginia, but instead in Florida. Raese himself is a registered West Virginia voter.
- He does not hide his privileged background, which could seem out of touch in this populist environment. Quite far from it, he declared: "I made my money the old-fashioned way, I inherited it. I think that's a great thing to do. I hope more people in this country have that opportunity as soon as we abolish inheritance tax in this country, which is a key part of my program."
- He wants to abolish the minimum wage: "Minimum wage is something Franklin Delano Roosevelt put in during the depression. I didn't work during the depression and it certainly hasn't worked now.