It looks like there’s a real possibility of a major upset in the Delaware Senate primary on Tuesday night, with insurgent conservative Christine O’Donnell leading longtime Congressman and Governor Mike Castle 47-44. That 3 point lead is well within the poll’s margin of error.
O'Donnell is a proven liar, and she was caught red-handed on the air by a conservative talk radio host. And that's on top of being an empty vessel.
The Washington Independent on the effect of Palin’s endorsement of O’Donnell:
Today a poll conducted over the weekend by Public Policy Polling puts O’Donnell ahead of the GOP backed Rep. Mike Castle 47% to 44%, a three point lead that is within the survey’s margin of error.
Not too much has changed for O’Donnell in the interim, with the exception of an endorsement from Sarah Palin on Thursday night and another show of support on Friday evening from Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) via Twitter, meaning these nods may be proving important:
Can we say it yet? Moderates no longer have any place in the Republican Party.
In the wake of the Palin endorsement in Delaware, another subplot is brewing. The Delaware GOP, which is backing Rep. Mike Castle (R-Del.) for the Republican Senate nomination, has filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission that accuses Tea Party Express and their chosen candidate, Christine O’Donnell, of violating FEC coordination rules.
Listen to conservative talk radio host, Dan Gaffney, call O’Donnell out on her lies.