Tea Party Candidate Says She'd Stop The Whole Country From Having Sex

Discussion in 'Politics' started by hermit, Sep 24, 2010.

  1. Delaware GOP sensation Christine O’Donnell told her debate opponent in 2003 on MSNBC that she wanted “stop the whole world from having sex.” O’Donnell was on with Eric Nies of the Moment of Hope Foundation, while she represented the Intercollegiate Studies Institute (which she later sued for gender discrimination). Nies was arguing for the use of condoms, while O’Donnell argued for no sex at all.

    NIES: You’re going to stop the whole country from having sex?

    O’DONNELL: Yeah. Yeah!

    NIES: You’re living on a prayer if you think that’s going to happen.

    O’DONNELL: That’s not true. I’m a young woman in my thirties and I remain chaste.

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  2. 377OHMS


    You two should get a room, Big Dave is hankering for your diode.
  3. My wife and I argue about why Republicans are fixated on gays. I argue that it's due to repressed homosexual proclivities as illustrated by the many Republicans who are gay and stay in the closet, such as Ted Haggard or Larry Craig... or Bruce Barclay, Matthew Joseph Elliott, Robert "Bob" Allen, Richard Curtis, Glenn Murphy Jr (president of the young Republicans), Howard L. Brooks, Mark Foley, Neal Horsley (who stated he had sex with a mule), Bobby Stumbo, Jim West, Jeff Gannon, etc. etc. etc. etc. etc. etc. etc.

    She argues that if I don't take out the garbage she'll punch me in the crotch.
  4. The tea party is not a political party, as such, and does not have 'candidates'. Not that you had any credibility to damage anyways, but if you did, using the misleading term 'tea party candidate' would have damaged it...
  5. if more women were like her there probably would be less sex. i dont think most men find stupid that attractive.

  6. Yes, we'd be better off with far more illegitimate babies. Look how great that has worked out for the black community. And there's nothing better for the country than more STDs and AIDs.

    Basically what I'm saying is that no young woman has ever gotten drunk and had sex and then regretted it. Who comes up with that kind of stuff anyway?

    I do think this is the single most important issue in the Delaware Senate race and people should vote based on whether or not they are in favor of sex.
  7. she just said the other day she was promiscuous in college, had lots of sex with random people.

    My guess is she one of those people who cant get it out of her head , kinda like you know those women who cry rape after a ONS.