Thursday, October 14, 2010

Tea Party Favorite O'Donnell Misfires; Can't Name Court Decisions She Would Change

AT hates to beat a dead horse. But neither can we sit on our hands when the Tea Party dimwits keep mouthing off as if they actually know what they are talking about.

Sadly, but all too obviously, they don't. 

Delaware's Christine O'Donnell is the latest Tea Party example. She sees the world's complex problems and immediately seizes upon simple answers—answers that sound good but are hopelessly naive and ineffective. 

Her knowledge of the Supreme Court and its decisions is equally superficial. Asked in a debate this week which Supreme Court decisions she would challenge, O'Donnell failed. Like the windy and poorly informed half-Gov. Sarah Palin, O'Donnell's objections are largely specious, talking points that have little or no substance.

The Tea Party is really good at stirring up objections to things they don't like, but silent and largely incompetent on how they would make things better.

Read more about O'Donnell's silliness here. (Video included.)

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