Posted on | July 23, 2010 | 12 Comments
LAS VEGAS — In the three days ago since I reported on Christine O’Donnell’s grassroots conservative Senate challenge to Delaware RINO Mike Castle, more national media have been paying attention. Today, Kyle Peterson of the Daily Caller reports:
Christine O’Donnell is going on the offensive in her bid for the Delaware Senate seat vacated by Vice President Joe Biden, in a race that could open up a new front in the war between Tea Partiers and those they describe as ‘RINOs,’ or Republicans in Name Only.
O’Donnell, considered an underdog for the GOP nomination, took a swing at her opponent, Republican Rep. Mike Castle, in a release sent to supporters and the media Thursday.
“Mike Castle’s voting record proves beyond a reasonable doubt that he is for special interests, against the free market, anti-Second Amendment, pro-abortion and he’s even for sanctuary cities. It’s a preposterous record,” O’Donnell said. “Calling himself a Republican is borderline schizophrenic, confused about his own political identity.” . . .
Read the whole thing. Christine O’Donnell is here at Right Online and making a strong impression on the activists in attendance. Of course, she had us at “hello,” but it’s nice to see others begin to acknowledge the significance of the Sept. 14 primary in Delaware.