Can it get any weirder for this babe who's running for a Delaware Senate seat? It has just come out on another obscure videotape that ever since Christine O'Donnell was a sophomore in high school she's had a weird hobby of dressing Ken dolls in Barbie clothes.
"I can't help myself," said O'Donnell, "I just think he has the perfect shape for some of Barbie's barbecue and cowgirl outfits. I have a whole wardrobe for Ken, and most of it is girl clothes. I know, I know, isn't that weird?" she said on the obscure tape.
O'Donnell does admit it is a bit difficult getting the high heels and knee-length boots on Ken, but with a little snip here and there, she is able to do it.
"Right now I have 3 Ken dolls who are all very good friends. I call them "Kenny G," "Kenny Penney," and "Kenny Down the Street" after my bestest friend in all the world since the time I was five years old."
When you see this video, you just have to wonder what kind of Congresswoman she's going to make, if she does get elected to the US Senate. She's bubbly, there's no doubt about it. But can she be trusted? We checked out her story about the third Ken doll, "Kenny Down the Street" and could find no evidence that she lived down the street from anyone named Kenny. There was a Timmy and a Michael, and a girl named Kathy, but no Kenny.
So, is this just another of Christine O'Donnell's make-believe stories detailing a life that includes dabbling in various religions, now seemingly to include Buddhism and a desire to be a Hari Krishna if she didn't have such a penchant for meat balls; having gone to Oxford University, which turns out to have been a college course at the Phoenix Institute (this verified just lately that this is indeed a story that can be traced to O'Donnell herself); not to mention how she's been providing for herself over the past few years with money taken from campaign funds.
With the fantasy world that this young lady keeps inventing for herself, we can honestly see her dressing Ken up like a Congresswoman and marching him off to Washington, either that, of course, or a witch.