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You are now logged in. Forgot your password? What sorts of lies from politicians and candidates really turn you off? To the point that you would never consider voting for someone? Delaware GOP senate candidate Christine O'Donnell has plainly misrepresented the hell out of her academic background, work history or lack thereof , and likely anti-masturbation stance. She sets the record straight in a new campaign ad by declaring openly that "I'm not a witch" and that, in fact, "I'm you.

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Is it funny to suggest Christine O'Donnell is a murderer? Stephen Colbert thought so, in a skit last Wednesday. On Friday night's Real Time with Bill Maher, instead of playing a real clip from his old show Politically Incorrect, Maher created a fake one, so O'Donnell could be smeared as a killer. Alex Bornstein, the actress who performs the voice of Lois on Fox's Family Guy, put on a frumpy dress and curly wig to play O'Donnell, and said: "Like, you know, one time, during a game of Truth or Dare, me and my friend Becky killed a Mexican. In college, you know, we used to get pregnant all the time on purpose, just so we could sell the stem cells. I'm not proud of that! It's just, it was the 80's, you know?

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But to be fair to Nana I have to admit that the slideshows were pretty damn entertaining. So in the interests of not boring or traumatizing.. This is the first of the two, obviously…. As you know, we left for Malaga two days before our flight with the express purpose of watching Spain win the final in a big, crazy city. She is a weird chick.
Tonight's episode of Real Time gave us yet another vintage Christine O'Donnell clip—and it was a good one. As it turns out, O'Donnell has been annoying people for years! Inside, Bill Maher's montage of her never-ending, crazy exasperation.