"Once a witch, always a witch," said Samantha Stevens on BEWITCHED.
Seems the GOP is so hard up for female candidates for their festival on ice -- the smoke and mirrors road show of "We're the Inclusive Party" -- that the best they can do is revisit Christine the witch.
From THE HILL:
Christine O’Donnell (R), the Tea Party candidate who memorably said she was “not a witch” in a 2010 Senate campaign ad, [This proclamation came only after she professed she was one]. is thinking about a 2014 rematch in Delaware.
O’Donnell told The Hill on Tuesday she is “not saying no” to challenging Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.), who defeated her by 16 points in their last campaign.
I guess when you consider that the margin of defeat was only double digits, you have to keep the door open.
But O’Donnell said her final decision depends on a number of factors — including her parents’ health and the results of an ongoing investigation into a potential breach of her tax information.
There's nothing like waiting for the results of an investigation into your tax reporting conduct. This is especially relevant when you're a tea party candidate and the investigation is being run by the IRS.
“If enough people are asking me, and my parents are healthy, and this investigation has exposed a lot of the corruption … I’ll look at it,” she said.
That's the fighting spirit, Christine. Never say die. And why should you? It's not easy to kill a witch. You need like a bucket of water or a house falling on you -- something like that. What's the chances you'll face either of those happening to you during the rainy season in Delaware?
But her late timeline could rankle some Delaware Republicans, who believe O’Donnell’s indecision could be preventing other Republicans from entering the race.
The GOP's got lots of back-up choices if she doesn't run. Let's see, there's Glinda, Sabrina, Wendy, Samantha, Tabatha, and rumor has it that even Endora might be coaxed out of retirement to make a run. So the GOP's got lots of options. So hurry up Christine. The Delaware Republican Party chapter of Sorcery and Witchcraft professionals are waiting with baited breath.