Christine O'Donnell is the Republican candidate for the Senate in Delaware--seeking Joe Biden's old seat. She's unusual. The Washington Post's Richard Cohen
pointed out in a column that she admited having "dabbled into witchcraft." This is first, of course, an indictment of the Delaware public schools. You dabble "in" witchcraft or winemaking or widgets - not
"into" it. Sill, I'd love to meet whomever else was in her coven.
Qualification? She's for sexual abstinence before marriage, against abortion and against masturbation, which the Post says she once compared to adultery. I find that confusing, but it may make sense to you.
She doesn't seem to have worked anywhere much. Apparently she lives in her campaign headquarters,
though that's confusing and, if you're seen many campaign headquarters, depressing. On the stump she sometimes claims to have carried two of the
state's three counties in an earlier run for the Senate when, in fact, she carried none.
Financial setbacks include a near foreclosure on her home, an IRS lien and a lawsuit from her alma mater for failing to pay bills.
Oddly, she won the GOP primary by beating a former governor and Congressman, Mike Castle.
She can't win, can she? Sure she can. It's that kind of a year.