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Monday, October 04, 2010

It turns out that Christine O'Donnell's past flings with witchcraft and Hare Krishnas were just the prelude to her joining a bizarre anti-rationalism cult.

The Self Made Pundit has learned that there is documentary evidence that years ago O'Donnell joined -- and never left -- a mystical cult that is based on magical beliefs. This revelation could prove fatal to her bid to become a U.S. Senator from Delaware, for she is still a member of this strange sect and would presumably seek to advance its retrograde agenda.

This anti-rationalism cult is based on many eccentric beliefs that involve magical thinking, denials of science and outright delusions. For example, these cultists have magical beliefs, apparently based on alchemy, that tax cuts will increase government revenues. They deny a host of scientific findings, from climate change to evolution. And they have myriad delusions, such as that health care reform will usher in a reign of non-existent death panels.

The followers of this cult seek to return to a simpler time before progressive taxation and the Age of Enlightenment, though there appears to be some disagreement as to whether the 15th or the 16th Century is the ideal.

The leaders of this cult are mostly charlatans and quacks seeking to separate the gullible from their dollars and votes. These leaders include a grifter from Alaska, who couldn't manage working at an honest job, various radio pitchmen for bile-based panaceas and behind-the-scenes billionaires in a never ending quest to game the system.

We can expect that the focus on O'Donnell's past experimentations will fade away now that it has been revealed that she currently belongs to this bizarre cult that seeks to impose an anti-rationalist and reactionary agenda on America.