Christine O’Donnell: ‘I Would Have Become a Hare Krishna’ (Video)

October 2, 2010

(ChattahBox Political News)—True to his word, Bill Maher released another clip of Christine O’Donnell, the fringe tea party Republican senatorial nominee from Delaware. Last night’s addition to the O’Donnell archive of the bizarre, showed the witchcraft dabbler waxing nostalgic about previous Buddhism and Hare Krishna dabbling. But she ultimately changed her mind about the Hare Krishna thing when she realized she wouldn’t be permitted to eat meatballs. We can now add this to O’Donnell’s anti-masturbation advocacy, anti-sex advocacy, extreme anti-lying stance her monkeys have human brains nonsense and her rejection of evolution. And let’s not forget her serial dishonesty about her education background and a pending complaint for campaign embezzlement.

Last night during Maher’s HBO show “Real Time,” he mentioned he felt guilty about poking fun at O’Donnell’s extreme beliefs, but then he quikly got over it, after realizing she could end up in the U.S. Senate.

The brief clip, shows O’Donnell talking about meatballs and religion dabbling.

“I was dabbling in witchcraft, I’ve dabbled in Buddhism. I would have become a Hare Krishna but I didn’t want to become a vegetarian. And that is honestly the reason why — because I’m Italian, I love meatballs!”

This past week, O’Donnell was caught fibbing, then lying about her fibbing. And then she just disappeared from sight. She first claimed a LinkedIn profile, saying she attended the University of Oxford was unauthorized and it was taken down. But a ZoomInfo profile was soon uncovered that also falsely stated she attended Oxford. And that profile was user verified. A 2002 resume provided by O’Donnell to the Claremont Institute, also contained the Oxford fib.

O’Donnell hasn’t responded to the claims made in the ZoomInfo bio. She is apparently hiding in an undisclosed location eating meatballs.



One Response to “Christine O’Donnell: ‘I Would Have Become a Hare Krishna’ (Video)”

  1. majii on October 2nd, 2010 4:23 pm

    It sure would be nice if politicians would treat voters like the adults they are. Tell the voters the truth about what is going on in this country with the powerful special interests who are trying to buy elections, tell the voters what the real problems are that are causing the recovery to be slower than it should be, and stop hiding behind Christianity, using anti-gay rhetoric to win elections, being a pro-life candidate, and all of the other BS. These issues tend to cause voters to vote for candidates who don’t have their best interests in mind. Voters should also be made aware that once one of these special interest-backed candidates reaches Congress, these groups expect to be rewarded with their votes on policies that help them and not the American citizens.

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