Sept. 27th, 2010
Katrina Trinko of the National Review makes a case for Christine O'Donnell's victory in Delaware this November.
"O’Donnell is also working to reassure voters that she has no intention of implementing her non-political convictions. “I have my personal beliefs, but our Constitution defends our right for the voters to disagree with me. And that’s the right that I’m going to defend,” she told Hannity."
Well, okay. Then there's this from O'Donnell in response to a grand old truism:
"The reality of that statement is that if you don't legislate one morality then you are legislating somebody else's morality," she said. "So you can't get around legislating morality."