Thursday, February 24, 2011

Dancing With the Witch?! What Gives With "Dancing With the Stars" and the Right-Wingers? Can't Leftist 20 Percenters Dance Too?




First it was republican and former House Majority Leader Tom Delay (pictured immediately above), who's since been convicted of money laundering and will have to do his dancing in the ice house once his current appeal's exhausted. Next we had Sarah Palin's daughter, Bristol (also pictured above). Then it was republican astronaut Buzz Aldrin.

And now "Dancing With the Stars" has invited deranged right-winger Christine O'Donnell to participate on the show! (First link at bottom).

O’Donnell, the former Delaware GOP Senate candidate, is of course best known for admitting to "dabbling in witchcraft" and once having a "date with a witch on a satanic altar" that only involved "a little blood." (Second link at bottom). O'Donnell is reportedly currently mulling the offer from DWTS.

The linked CBS story posits the questions of whether O'Donnell on the show will dance to such old standards as "I Put a Spell on You" and "Witchcraft." But I have a few additional suggestions. How about the Eagles' "Witchy Woman"? What about "Devil Woman" by Cliff Richard? ELO’s "Evil Woman"?

And since his daughter was once on the show, maybe DWTS can trot out Ozzy to croon Sabbath's "Black Sabbath" (a song from that group's debut album) while O'Donnell gets her boogie on and tosses some hexes the audience's way?

Or fresh off his outstanding Grammys performance, Mick Jagger might agree to show up to sing "Sympathy for the Devil" while O'Donnell struts her stuff?

Concerning her decision whether to appear on the show, O'Donnell is reportedly soliciting opinions on her Facebook page. But I think I'll pass. I don't want to rub her the wrong way and then get leveled with some sort of curse on my ass.

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-31749_162-20035255-10391698.html?tag=cbsnewsSectionContent.8
http://independentrage.blogspot.com/2010/09/witchy-woman-apparently-deranged-right.html

10 comments:

  1. I wonder how the show's producers come up with the contestants?? Mind you, I don't watch it religiously, but I do catch it on occasion, and it seems they always have a couple of older people, and a couple of retired sports jocks, and maybe a couple of 'has been' actors, but the others, I can't figure out how they pick! ha!

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  2. I think they'd be better served to stick some liberals on there at the same time as a conservative. Then that tension could be played up for the viewers. What don't they think of these things?

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  3. Because they don't have YOU on staff suggesting the smart thing for them to do! You have a lot of awesome ideas that need to be shared with the appropriate people =)

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  4. If either political party would offer up enough money, they could instantly be connected with me and all the folks who control all their election outcomes -- We Independents! But alas, both parties are tone deaf. They mostly just conglomerate to their extremes all the time. If they were interested in winning, they might consult me. But politics will always get in the way of that!

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  5. Maybe Claire McCaskill can be on the show next =) Although, I can't see her doing it, but what do I know?!

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  6. I think the show should take that crazy democrat from Florida, Alan Grayson, especially now that voters have given him his walking papers (meaning his schedule's freed up). If he was voted off the show, he would probably curse and hurl vile insults at the viewing audience. Great entertainment.

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  7. See now, that would be fun! Almost as entertaining as when "The Situation" was a contestant - what an absolute goon he is!

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  8. How about Charlie Sheen? He may need a new TV gig soon. And after some of his recent angry rants, not to mention his volatility when it comes to the drugs, I think he could bring some real fireworks to the show!

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  9. Holy Cow, that is an awesome idea, I'd sure as hell watch it just to see the train wreck in action! ha!

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  10. During the parts of his radio rant that one could even understand, he sounded more like a pro wrestler than anything, tooting his own horn and referring to himself in the third person. It was great! But then the incoherent parts made it rather sad.

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