Christine O’Donnell, Delaware’s new Republican Senate candidate, says she wants voters to get to know her. OK, let’s help her out. Here’s Christine O’Donnell in her own words.

On MTV, she said all sex outside of marriage is immoral — and so is masturbation. Patriotic Americans and true Christians, she believes, must engage in neither. Strange platform to run on, even in Delaware, but whatever floats your boat. Or doesn’t.

On “Politically Incorrect,” she said it’s never OK to tell a lie. Never, never, never. Not even to help hide Jews from Hitler.

On “Politically Incorrect,” she also said: “I dabbled into witchcraft, but I never joined a coven.” In fact, she admitted, “I was a witch.” And: “One of my first dates was on a satanic altar, and I didn’t know it.”

On C-SPAN, she asserted that women have no place in the military and that West Point had to dumb down its standards in order to accommodate female candidates.

As early as 2007, on “The O’Reilly Factor,” she announced her opposition to stem cell research because of scientific research already under way. “American scientific companies are cross-breeding humans and animals,” she told an incredulous Falafel Bill, “and coming up with mice with fully functioning human brains.”

On “The O’Reilly Factor,” she also condemned condoms as “anti-human” and insisted there was nothing wrong with people getting pregnant.

Yes, Christine, we are getting to know you.

In fact, we know you well enough already to know that anybody who would support you for U.S. Senate, let alone consider voting for you, should have their head examined.

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