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Christine O'Donnell: I Would Have Become A Hare Krishna But I'm Italian And Love Meatballs

Bill Maher released yet another clip of Christine O'Donnell from Politically Incorrect in 1999. Apparently witchcraft wasn't the only thing she "dabbled in" before turning to Christianity. O’Donnell: I was dabbling into every other kind of
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Bill Maher released yet another clip of Christine O'Donnell from Politically Incorrect in 1999. Apparently witchcraft wasn't the only thing she "dabbled in" before turning to Christianity.

O’Donnell: I was dabbling into every other kind of religion before I became a Christian…

Maher: You were a witch.

O’Donnell: I was. I was…

Maher: You were.

O’Donnell: I was dabbling in witchcraft. I’d dabbled in Buddhism. I would have become a Hare Krishna but I didn't want to become a vegetarian and that is honestly the reason why because I'm Italian, I love meatballs.

Maher: Boy are you spiritual.

Last week Bill played the clip of O'Donnell saying that evolution is a myth.

The week prior it was the clip of her saying she'd dabbled into witchcraft but never joined a coven.

I wonder what Bill's got in store for us next week?

UPDATE: The New York Times has an article on O'Donnell which was brought to my attention and apparently her father was Bozo the Clown and her sister is a lesbian. You just can't make this stuff up with the punch lines that might ensue if you tried. You can read the whole article here.

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