Battle in Delaware

Christine O’Donnell got her baptism into national politics when CNN and Wolf Blitzer narrated a debate with Democratic opponent Chris Coon. [SIC – ed.] We were well prepared for a bit of witchcraft and a cauldron of bubbly…..but instead found a cogent candidate smarter than Sarah Palin and certainly much better prepared.  Her position on Cap and Trade was right on!

Bill Maher has been beating up Christine for the last month, saying how ill prepared she was to serve in government office.  His sound bites from 10 years back had here mentioning her foray into folks she met that were into covens and such.  Well, Christine has come a long way baby!  She accounted for herself deftly….her answers were spot on and she dealt with the best that Harry Reid’s Pet – Chris Coon could muster up.  He continuely tried to debase her questions and responses, with a sniggering that resonated to mean spirted hardball.  Coon was elitist and less than attractive!

All in all, if Christine O’Donnell respresents ” The Tea Party”….we may have to take another look at the phenomenon.  She was too cool, cute but serious and we could find no fault with her presentation.  We could argue a few positions….but not many.  All in all….Christine O’Donnell has set the bar for Tea Party candidates.  She was impressive enough to say”  She could win!

We will be watching the returns from Delaware on election night.  Good Luck Christine….you are doing real good!  Win this election and Christine O’Donnell could be a force in the Republican party in the future!

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/christine-odonnell-debates-democratic-opponent-11661490


About Ron & Anna Winship

Independent News Producers/Writers and Directors for Parker-Longbow Productions. Independent Programming which includes a broad variety of Political, Entertainment and Professional Personalities. Cutting Edge - a talk show...is the flagship of over 30 URL websites developed or under development. The Winships have been blogging for the Orange Juice since back when nickels had buffalos on them, and men wore onions attached to their belts, because it was the fashion back then.