Friday, September 17, 2010

Christine O'Donnell says, "Scientists are cross-breeding humans and animals!"

After her surprise victory over the moderate Republican Congressman, Mike Castle, there are now calls for an investigation of O'Donnell. It is becoming aware that there are questions raised related to her finances. O'Donnell has drawn intense criticism for a multitude of questionable financial issues that most notably include using campaign funds for personal expenses. Her former campaign manager accused her of using campaign donations for rent, among other things. Ms. O'Donnell acknowledged doing so, but said the rent expenditures were justified because her townhouse is also her campaign headquarters. Records show that Ms. O'Donnell has no steady income and earned only $5,800 last year.

Now to prove that she can raise the bar to “Loony Land,” candidate Christine O'Donnell made a point of telling a gathered audience the claim she made just a few years ago that scientists were "cross-breeding humans and animals and coming up with mice with fully functioning human brains."

During a discussion of the cloning of monkey embryos on Bill O'Reilly's Fox News program in November 2007, O'Donnell, introduced as a Republican strategist, insisted that "the real point of all of this research is to lead to human cloning."


  1. C'mon Engineer...this is really turning into the next episode of Pinky And The Brain. I wish I had time to do the scenario, but as the election is still a month away....perhaps?

  2. I think that the damage is already being done to our food supply. Research Codex Alimentarius. Obama is going to have an uprising on his hands as soon as the rest of the US wakes the hell up.

  3. What scares the hell out of me, Engineer, is the fact that this moron actually has a chance of winning in Delaware! Were it Oklahoma or Idaho it might be a different story, but DELAWARE???

  4. Hello Muddy,
    For the first time today (09-20-10) in Seaford, DE. I heard two men talking quoting Rush Limbaugh with the statement, "Mike Castle was nothing but a Democratic anyway. He voted for all that Obama Care and not what the Republicans wanted." Of course if you combined the total purchasing power from both men, you may get $10.00.

    I am of the mind that O'Donnell just may win the Senate seat for Delaware.

    I have no idea of the mind set of people anymore just like the man quoted at the Aryan rally in Bethany Beach where Steve Zinszer of Ocean View, Delaware, holding a pro Tea Party O’Donnell sign said he agreed with the Nazi group’s anti-immigration message.

    1. Wow you can tell a good lie cant you.....both your daddys would be proud.....freedom of speech is for everyone u moron......even a liar like u...........there was no sign held and it was on the local news ...........And it was about crime like people sneaking in to the USA without a passport wich is a crime u stupid idiot....

  5. Hello Angel,
    Sorry for not getting back to you sooner but I did read your posting and not only Codex Alimentarius, but we are eating too many processed foods that contain chemicals that we have no idea what the long term Epigenome damage is.

    We all should be concerned.

  6. "... scientists were "cross-breeding humans and animals and coming up with mice with fully functioning human brains."

    Too bad she didn't apply for one.
    Funny, I despise every woman I know named named O'Donnell. Coincidence I imagine.

  7. It is frightening that these people can find their way into public places. It amazes me that some politicians are shredded, yet someone along the lines of Christine O'Donnell can stand the possibility of becoming a US Senator!