Constantly masturbating hobbit-witch Christine O'Donnell, Delaware Senate candidate, knows all too much about China, and she doesn't trust them one lick. During a primary debate for her 2006 Senate run, for example, she warned: "They've got something up their sleeve."
Some of O'Donnell's comments about China vaguely resembled reality, like her claim that they have a "carefully thought out and strategic plan to take over America." Does China want to become the world's top superpower at some point, years down the road? Probably! But they're not exactly setting up beachheads for the invasion yet. Still, this didn't stop O'Donnell from accusing "one opponent of appeasement for suggesting that the two countries were economically dependent and should find a way to be allies."
Why is O'Donnell such a hard-liner with China, a country that pays for the United States to exist? What does she know?
"[Appeasement] doesn't work," she said. "There's much I want to say. I wish I wasn't privy to some of the classified information that I am privy to."
When Ting challenged O'Donnell's claim about having secret information, O'Donnell didn't answer specifically but suggested she had received it through nonprofit groups she worked with that frequently sent missionaries there.
Lord knows how much additional, top-secret missionary intel she's procured in the last four years; "They eat dogs!" and what not.
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