Christine O’Donnell Wants the ‘Whole Country’ to Stop SexyTime (Video)
September 24, 2010
(ChattahBox Political News)— Christine O’Donnell would like it very much please, if the entire country would just stop having sex. No sexytime for you, or you and definitely not you. Unless of course, you are part of a Christian opposite sex marriage. And even then, for mating purposes only please. And if you have the crazy idea of sneaking off for some solo sexytime, forget about it. That qualifies as lust, which equals adultery or a violation of your Biblical chastity pledge.
This is what our society should look like, according to Christine O’Donnell, the fringe extremist Republican senatorial candidate, and former anti-masturbation advocate. Also, former teen witch, former abstinence activist and believer in an army of mice with “fully functioning human brains.” The tea party and Sarah Palin-backed candidate also believes homosexuality is an “identity disorder.”
O’Donnell has been a longtime right-wing activist, making numerous kooky TV appearances to advance her conservative social causes. She is so extreme in her beliefs, that even Fox News contributor Karl Rove called O’Donnell “nutty.”
So far, an “I dabbled into witchcraft” video has emerged, as well as the mice with human brains tape. And of course, the MTV anti-masturbation video. Now, there’s a new one, courtesy of The Plum Line’s Greg Sargent, wherein she suggests the whole country should just stop having sinful sex outside of marriage.
“I’m a young woman in my thirties and I remain chaste,” boasted O’Donnell.
O’Donnell made her remarks during a 2003 appearance on MSNBC’s Scarborough Country. She was having a spirited discussion with Eric Nies, another conservative advocate, who urged unmarried teens and young adults to practice safe sex, by using condoms. O’Donnell countered with her, stop the whole country from having sex argument, because we are not filthy animals.
NIES: I tell them to be careful. You have to wear a condom. You have to protect yourself when you’re going to have sex, because they’re having it anyway.
NIES: There’s nothing that you or me can do about it.
O’DONNELL: The sad reality is — yes, there is something you can do about it. And the sad reality, to tell them slap on a condom is not –
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.
O’DONNELL: It’s unrealistic to think they are going to do it anyway. Kids are not dogs in heat. We are human beings. We have a intellect.
Besides her extreme ideas on sexuality, O’Donnell has a checkered background of financial mismanagement. She sold her home to her then-boyfriend and campaign aide, one month before it went into foreclosure. And with no visible source of income, O’Donnell has been accused of misusing her campaign contributions for personal expenses. She has run for office three times in five years.
The watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington filed two complaints against O’Donnell for campaign embezzlement. Melanie Sloan, CREW Executive Director, called O’Donnell “clearly a criminal, and like any crook she should be prosecuted.”
The latest poll shows O’Donnell trailing her Democratic opponent Chris Coons by 17 points. Coons is leading the Delaware senatorial race, 55 to 39.