October 13th, 2010
04:30 PM ET

Christine O'Donnell: From 'witchcraft' to Tea Party favorite

Ed Hornick

Washington (CNN) - In the days leading up to what looked like an upset win in Delaware's Republican Senate primary, Christine O'Donnell found out the perils of being in the national political spotlight.

"I've put my name on the line," O'Donnell said at a recent candidates forum in Delaware. "And I've taken a lot of hits ... a lot of character assassination."

The Tea Party-backed candidate has been repeatedly mocked by pundits for not only her lack of experience but for her past.

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  1. Stan

    O'Donnel is simply not qualified and thats the pure fact. She seems to just be another Sara Palin and doesn't know anything about the real World problems the World faces. One thing we don't need is another Republican who doesn't know anything about solving problems. I never thought I would see Grown men who are so racist towards President O'Bama because he's a Black man and the Democratic party. The Republican Party should be ashame, just for a moment, just a moment pretend President O'Bama is just like you, "White" and lets get this Country back on track for all Americans.

    October 13, 2010 at 7:09 pm |