Rosie O'Donnell: I'm Afraid Christine O'Donnell Might Win
Rosie Fears A Christine Victory, Malloy Gets Nasty
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While no one knows for certain if their family roots connect somewhere back in County Donegal (where the surname dominated for centuries), Rosie and Christine O'Donnell couldn't be more at odds here at home when it comes to American politics.
And while we knew Rosie wouldn't fail to delve into the white-hot Delaware US Senate race, her take on Christine isn't quite what one might expect. The former View co-host seemed oddly subdued after hearing audio of the Republican candidate's alleged extremism, which Rosie had earlier called "crazy s--t."
We could mention some of Rosie's own "crazy s--t", but it would tie us up for the next week or two.
In fact, the Rosie Radio host seemed more concerned with the left's representation of her candidacy as a "joke", believing instead it should be taken seriously, lest she actually win.
Perhaps Rosie took a look at Christine's mammoth post-primary fundraising haul? Or does she remember Scott Brown's shocking January election victory a bit too well?
From Rosie Radio and The Mike Malloy Show:
MIKE MALLOY (08:47): And then this freakish, Barbie-doll-looking-woman from Delaware - where do these people come from?
MALLOY (09:11): These are robots, obviously. These are huge walking, farting dolls of some sort I guess!
Meanwhile, Rosie's not the only libtalker trying to figure out how to process (and subsequently spin) Christine's win. Hatemonger Mike Malloy quickly resorted to the usual childish insults (see above), while Randi Rhodes took her daily swim in the political sewer (via Tim Graham).
The big question: will gutter-level personal attacks work this year, or have Democrats already lost the election?