Christine O’Donnell in her own words. Yeah.

Oh boy. This is too scary not to post. And people are voting for this walking talking douchebag.

This was taken from here:


O’Donnell led a campaign against masturbation, claiming it is a form of adultery. In a 90s era discussion on MTV, O’Donnell said, “The Bible says that lust in your heart is committing adultery. So you can’t masturbate without lust.” [Huffington Post, 9/2/10]

O’Donnell warned coed dorm rooms will lead to ‘orgy rooms.’ Quoted in a Washington Times article which noted, “Dorm life has evolved into a blending of the sexes, from coed buildings to coed floors, coed bathrooms and now even coed rooms,” O’Donnell commented, “What’s next? Orgy rooms? Menage a trois rooms?” [Washington Times, 9/18/03]

O’Donnell wants to stop the ‘whole country from having sex.’ Asked by MSNBC host Joe Scarborough, “You’re going to stop the whole country from having sex?” O’Donnell replied, “Yes.” [Scarborough Country, 11/13/03]

O’Donnell warned there’s ‘a connection’ between ‘freak dancing’ and ‘date rape.’ “What freak dancing is isn’t just like the safety of mosh pitting. This is sexually explicit activity for minors. We do limit the expression of minors. There are drinking laws. There are — you have to be 18 to smoke. You can’t go to school in a bikini. On one hand you have people saying this is squelching their freedom. And then you scratch your head and say, ‘Look over here. Date rape is such an epidemic.’ There’s a connection. And if people realize there’s a connection, then they’ll realize that these limitations and restrictions exist for a very valid reason.” [O’Reilly Factor, 9/22/06]

O’Donnell believes that spouses who have been cheated on possess compromised ‘purity.’ O’Donnell wrote in an article published in Cultural Dissident, “When a married person uses pornography, or is unfaithful, it compromises not just his (or her) purity, but also compromises the spouse’s purity.” [TPM, 9/7/10]

O’Donnell believes that handing out condoms at schools is like legalizing drunk driving. Arguing that abstinence is the only acceptable option, O’Donnell if said of condoms at school, “go ahead and have a condom. That’s like saying, don’t drive drunk but if you do, make sure you wear your seat belt. It’s going to kill.” [Hannity & Colmes, 6/6/00]

O’Donnell believes distributing condoms to teenagers ‘reduc[es]them to the level of a dog.’ “We’re doing a great disservice to our young people because the only protection is abstinence, as condoms have been proven fallible. … The federal government should not be telling young people to use condoms. … It’s also an insult to teenagers, reducing them to the level of a dog that can’t control its hormones.” [Washington Times, 12/1/95]

O’Donnell argued that distributing condoms is ‘just going to further the spread of AIDS.’ “About President Bush’s stand against condoms, condoms will not protect you from AIDS. So to just throw a bunch of condoms over to Africa and say, here, we’re helping you with AIDS, is just going to further the spread of AIDS over there.” [Donahue, 8/27/02]

O’Donnell believes contraception is ‘anti-human.’ “And to me, it’s a very anti-human way to go about this. And what I mean about anti-human is even if the population is increasing, so what? So what? People aren’t bad. When did humans become a bad thing? Why is it that we have to, you know, stop people from getting pregnant?” [The O’Reilly Factor, 1/6/06]

O’Donnell thinks condoms ‘will not protect you from sexually transmitted diseases.’ “Even not from a moral perspective, if you take it just purely from a health perspective, condoms will not protect you from sexually transmitted diseases. There’s a 20 percent failure rate that it will protect from pregnancy.” [Hannity & Colmes, 12/17/99]

O’Donnell’s explanation of the need for chastity until marriage: ‘we’re not a slave to our sexuality.’  “We’re not a slave to our sexuality. Our sexuality is a gift for us to be used in the context of marriage, and we need to support young people in that, and teach them the facts that 12,000 teenagers a day contract sexually transmitted diseases. And the only way to protect yourself from this is to save sex for marriage, and then to remain in a monogamous, committed marriage.” [CNN, 7/10/97]

O’Donnell claimed abstinence-only education has been an ‘incredible success.’ “Overwhelmingly, programs that teach abstinence only have an incredible success rate because you’re not giving them a confused message.” [Hannity & Colmes, 6/6/00]

O’Donnell wants her children to ’see Christ’ in her future husband. Explaining what she is looking for an ideal husband, O’Donnell said, “I want my children to see Christ in him.” [Wilmington News-Journal, 11/12/06]


O’Donnell believes the proper role of a woman is to ’submit’ to her husband. ”This is not about merely a Baptist doctrine. This is a biblical doctrine. And the passage from the Bible the Baptist article is taken from talks about a submissive family. And yet, what the media seems to be reacting to is the word “submit” in the wives. But yet, even in, Mary, your introduction, you ignored or you left out where it says they graciously submit to a servant leader. And that is God’s design for the family. It is not about dominating and it is not about being a slave to your husband.” [CNN, 6/11/98]

O’Donnell believes women do not enjoy sex, using it only as a means to love. “Women play sex to get love. Men play love to get sex.” [Fox News, 8/2/03]

O’Donnell warned that allowing women to attend military academies ‘cripples the readiness of our defense.’ “By integrating women into particularly military institutes, it cripples the readiness of our defense,” O’Donnell has said. She also argued that West Point “has had to lower their standards … in order for men and women to compete” [Politico, 9/16/10]

O’Donnell believes Sarah Palin is the ‘epitome of a modern woman.’ “She is the epitome of a modern woman. She’s strong, independent and utterly feminine. She makes me so proud to be an American female candidate.” [Gannett News Service, 9/5/08]

O’Donnell believes Roe v. Wade needs to be overturned. “We need to turn the power back to the state. And Roe v. Wade, if it’s overturned, will not make abortion illegal. It will simply return the power back to the state.” [Donahue, 8/27/02]


O’Donnell believes gays suffer from an ‘identity disorder.’ In a 2006 profiled of O’Donnell in the Wilmington News Journal, she explained, “People are created in God’s image. Homosexuality is an identity adopted through societal factors. It’s an identity disorder.” [Washington Post, 9/20/10]

O’Donnell doesn’t understand why gays get ‘upset’ when called ‘deviant.’ Asked if she could “understand why gays might be upset?” by someone calling homosexuality a “deviant sexual orientation,” O’Donnell replied, “Absolutely not. I cannot understand.” [Hannity & Colmes, 6/26/00]

O’Donnell believes gays are ‘attacking the very center of what is America.’ “This same group that is — is fighting against Paramount are the ones who claim to be devoted guardians of the First Amendment. Yet they are fighting for government-sponsored censorship of anybody who disagrees with them. They’re — they’re attacking the very center of what is America, freedom to have different views.” [Hannity & Colmes, 6/26/00]

O’Donnell believes gays ‘can get away with so much more,’ such as ‘nudity.’ “But let me tell you something! They — homosexuals’ special rights groups can get away with so much more than nobody else can!” she said. Asked for examples, she replied, “They’re getting away with nudity! They’re getting away with lasciviousness! They’re getting away with perversion! They’re getting away with blasphemy!” [Hannity & Colmes, 6/26/00]

O’Donnell excused gay bashing as ‘kids being kids.’ Asked about disparaging comments children had made about a gay peer, O’Donnell dismissed it, saying, “It’s kids being kids, that’s it.” [Hannity & Colmes, 7/19/00]

O’Donnell believes AIDS victims should not be called ‘victims,’ and that too much money goes to fighting the disease. Appearing on C-SPAN in 1997, O’Donnell said calling them “AIDS victims” is “the kind of spinning with words and manipulating words that empowers the bias when it comes to AIDS.” O’Donnell also complained that “there is a gross disproportionate allocation of funds” going to AIDS treatment and prevention in comparison to resources designated to combat heart disease. O’Donnell suggested people change the “lifestyle” (i.e. homosexuality) that she said leads to AIDS.” [TPM, 9/15/10]


O’Donnell warned about mice with ‘fully functioning human brains.’ “Now we’re using this to start cloning humans. … They are — they are doing that here in the United States. American scientific companies are cross-breeding humans and animals and coming up with mice with fully functioning human brains.’ [O’Reilly Factor, 10/16/07]

O’Donnell believes there is ‘just as much, if not more, evidence’ supporting creationism than evolution. “Now too many people are blindly accepting evolution as fact. But when you get down to the hard evidence, it’s merely a theory. … Well, creationism, in essence, is believing that the world began as the Bible in Genesis says, that God created the Earth in six days, six 24-hour periods. And there is just as much, if not more, evidence supporting that.” [New York Magazine, 9/15/10]

O’Donnell wonders why monkey aren’t ’still evolving into humans.’ On an Oct. 15, 1998 episode of Politically Incorrect, O’Donnell said, “You know what, evolution is a myth.” Host Bill Maher responded, “Evolution is a myth?!? Have you ever looked at a monkey!” To which, O’Donnell said, “Well then, why aren’t monkeys still evolving into humans?” [Politically Incorrect, 10/15/98]


O’Donnell is so fervently pro-truth that she wouldn’t lie to Nazis looking for Jews in her home. Appearing on Political Incorrect with Bill Maher, O’Donnell explained the
importance of truth-telling, refusing to even entertain the notion of lying when a gust asked if she would tell the truth Nazis looking for Jews hiding in her home. “I believe if I were in that situation, God would provide a way to do the right thing righteously. I believe that! … You never have to practice deception” [ThinkProgress, 9/15/10]

O’Donnell doesn’t believe in shades of gray. “There’s only truth and not truth. You’re either very good or evil. I went back to my dorm and asked myself what I was. If your principles aren’t grounded in absolute truth, you don’t know what to think.” [Wilmington News-Journal, 11/12/06]

In a lawsuit, O’Donnell falsely implied she was getting a masters at Princeton. In her suit, O’Donnell had considered not taking a job because “she had applied for admission to a Masters Degree program at Princeton University, to start in the fall of 2003, and was concerned that the ISI position would not fit with her plans.” However, as the Weekly Standard reported, “in fact, O’Donnell had not yet received her bachelor’s degree at that time and had not been accepted to a master’s program at Princeton.” [Weekly Standard, 9/12/10]

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25 Responses to Christine O’Donnell in her own words. Yeah.

  1. leendadll says:

    This week’s SNL opened with a long parody about her.

    • Lauri says:

      Oh, I missed it. I’ll have to look it up.
      My daughter found this article and sent it to me. She’s all upset at how our country is going down the crapper. And well she should be!

  2. robpixaday says:

    Oh. My. Goodness.

    Knew some of that, but not all.
    She’s scaring the carp out of me.

  3. oh goodness… it hurts…. I think reading this is going to give me a brain hemorrhage.
    If Life could only be as simple as black and white…. sigh….

    • Lauri says:

      Unfortunately to these people everything is black and white. There is no discussion, there is no freedom of thinkage.

      • it is either heir way because they feel safe within those small walls or if people are allowed to make the choices for themselves it is taking away their freedom to not have choices. There has to be a bumper sticker in there somewhere
        “dont take my freedom to choose what your freedoms should be”

  4. Emmi says:

    These types should all be packed up and shipped to some crappy island, given one church where they can all pray and god knows what else together and leave the rest of us the hell alone. They should not ever have power over anyone except each other.

  5. aubrey says:

    The weird and the scare is starting to make my brain melt.

    • Lauri says:

      Don’t be skeered, Aubs!
      Your brain can deftly sidestep and swish right on around any of these pathetic brains!!!

      Onward and upward the braaaaaaaaaainzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!!!

  6. Jaypo says:

    O’Donnell is the new Palin! Jon Stewart did a re-hash of her stupidity over the past several years, showing newsclips, etc. One where she said evolution was a lie, even Darwin didn’t believe it.

    Apparently she’s gone on Fox saying she’s not doing anymore interviews.

  7. pyrit says:

    Oh I had to stop reading; me eyeballs popped right out, rolled away and needed rinsing off.

  8. I read earlier about her belief that the government is creating mice with human brains, and the first thing I thought about was “Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH.” I’m not sure if O’Donnell is intelligent enough to read even a children’s novel, but maybe she’s getting fiction confused with fact. But I love that her lack of scientific education has not stopped her from seeking public office. Maybe she can get on the military research and development committee and suggest that they create flying monkey spies. :p

  9. LBeeeze says:

    My absolute fave is the mice with human brains. Have they started building mice big enough to hold a human brain?? Did I miss it??

    Bill Maher is airing Christine O’Donnell tapes from his old show, Politically Incorrect. I look forward to seeing more of them.

  10. Doug says:

    I don’t think we should demonize her… I think she should be promoted. To, say, saint. Yeah, that’s it. Patron Saint of the Tea Party. Then they can make little icons of her and pray for ignorance…

  11. ladywise says:

    I would like to see her put in a room full of those military women she says weaken the nations defense system.

  12. capnstephel says:

    I saw that on Fark. I honestly don’t understand how people can think like that! So much of it defies common sense

  13. GOF says:

    O’Donnells brain seems to have imploded through overuse……perhaps there is a case, in the public interest, to have it’s remains surgically removed.

  14. Her sister is a lesbian. Most people don’t know that. Has she ever been married or is she a virgin. I bet her fingers have done some serious walking. I bet she has her own battery charger or buys Lithium ones.

  15. geologywoman says:

    You had me at O’Donnell believes the proper role of a woman is to ’submit’ to her husband. ” Yeah right!

  16. Redscylla says:

    I can see where from her perspective there are “mice with fully functioning human brains.” Every mouse I’ve ever encountered was smarter than her.

  17. paikea says:

    I’ve been trying to stay away from reading about this woman, as she makes me furious. She’s clearly a horrible person. However, i do think we should send her The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy and see her shriek and point at the intelligent mice in there. Speaking of aliens, could an alien ship just come by and grab her – I’m sure it’s waaay past time for her to get on home.

    • Lauri says:

      I think she is already reaping some of the insanity seeds she has sown.
      I am hoping that a lot of these wackos burn themselves out early because of our fast and furious backlash against them. And I am not just going to sit back and hope. I have had it with these idiots.

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