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The failed GOP Senate candidate says she's been invited to compete on the celebrity-driven TV talent show. Bad idea?
The feds are reportedly looking into the Tea Partier's campaign spending. Is somebody out to get the failed Senate candidate?
Pundits have condemned the gossip website Gawker for running a first-person account of a "one-night stand" with O'Donnell. Can she profit from the outrage?
John McCain's daughter says the Delaware GOP Senate hopeful is widely "seen as a nutjob." Is this helping the Republican cause?
Though Christine O'Donnell has clarified that she's not a witch, a "Saturday Night Live" spoof casts sardonic doubt on her denial
Democrats love lampooning the Tea Party-backed Republican Senate candidate, says Frank Rich in The New York Times, but the GOP establishment could get the last laugh
The GOP Senate candidate says the national press just wants to attack her — and that she'll only speak to local, Delaware reporters. Too late?
O'Donnell's win in Delaware is shaking the Republican Party nationwide — and spawning lots of awkward masturbation jokes. What else?
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