August 17, 2011

There's not much to say for this except Christine O'Donnell doesn't want to share her views on gay marriage. Apparently she wants to be taken seriously as a deep thinker on fiscal and constitutional matters. The more Morgan pressed the more indignant she seemed to get. Finally she had enough.

PIERS MORGAN: “Why are you being so weird about this?”

CHRISTINE O'DONNELL: “I’m not being weird about this Piers. I’m not running for office, I’m not promoting a legislative agenda. I’m promoting the policies that I lay out in the book that are mostly fiscal that are mostly constitutional. That’s why I agreed to come on your show. That’s what I want to talk about. I’m not being weird you’re being a little rude."

PIERS MORGAN: “I think I’m rather being charming and respectful."

And with that she walked off.

O'Donnell was promoting her new book "Troublemaker", allegedly a political memoir which details her absurd senate run last year, among other things. The e-version though describes it as a work of fiction, which seems appropriate for her entire career.

Edit: Apparently she, or her publicist, also hung up on a radio station in Salt Lake City this morning. You can hear the audio here.

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