WOMAN OF THE MONTH – JANUARY 2011 Christine O’Donnell

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Midlifebachelor.com is proud to announce the selection of Tea Party candidate Christine O’Donnell as our Woman of the Month for January 2011!

Midlifebachelor.com is not a political website.  We do care about politics, but we purposely leave our political views out of sight here.  In selecting any Woman of the Month, we focus on several things – her hotness, her level of national recognition or exposure, and her accomplishments … and using those criteria, Christine O’Donnell is certainly WITHOUT QUESTION Woman of the Month material.  Christine O’Donnell is totally hot, and is an excellent public speaker to say the least … plus I’ve had some outstanding personal experiences with religious women in my own past (see Types of Women – Religious) … and so I think Christine O’Donnell is A+ level Woman of the Month material!

Here is what we know about Christine O’Donnell.  She is 41-years old (born in August 1969), and single – yes … a midlife bachelorette … !!!  She recently ran for Delaware’s U.S. Senate seat as a Tea Party favorite – beating out 9-term U.S. Republican representative Michael Castle in the primary, but losing the election to Democrat Chris Coons.  She has run for office several times prior, but this was the closest she’s come to winning.  From what I’ve seen of her, she is a great Republican candidate – but she’ll need to move from the far right to the center in order to become more electable, and more appealing to the masses, in my opinion.

Christine O’Donnell has certainly said a number of things in her past that have come back to haunt her.  My take is that people evolve over time … and should not necessarily be held accountable today for things we’ve said in our youth.  Christine was originally a Roman Catholic and political liberal who became an evangelical Christian at age 21 after seeing how abortions are performed.  She has an impressive resume which includes working for the Bush-Quayle campaign, for the Republican National Committee … she was the spokesperson for the Concerned Women of America (a conservative Christian group).  In 1996, she founded the Savior’s Alliance for Lifting the Truth (SALT), and served as its president – lobbying Congress on moral issues and Christian values.  She has run for the U.S. Senate three times – the most recent was this past November 2010, as described above.

Quite frankly, Christine O’Donnell’s resume is so extensive that it would be difficult and page-consuming to list it all here.  The important points to be aware of are – 1) She is exceptionally hot;  2) She is a right-wing Tea Party Republican, and a major Christian … so your left-wing friends might organize a protest if you bring her to dinner (but who cares);  3) She is a national political figure who speaks her mind, and  4) She is single.

Hell, if some people think that Christine O’Donnell says crazy or ridiculous things, then they should come over to my house sometime, and listen to some of the stuff my girlfriend says.  ha ha

Here are several videos of Christine O’Donnell in action …



Typically at this point, we attempt to analyze our Woman of the Month pick in terms of the Midlifebachelor.com 14 Types of Women.  Which type or types do you suppose Christine O’Donnell might be?  Well, she is certainly a Jackpot (see Types of Women – Jackpot) since she is a high income earner.  If you know Christine O’Donnell personally and/or would to share something about her – please add a COMMENT to the comment section at the bottom of this page!

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Midlife Bachelor chronicles lifestyle, dating, and relationship experiences and advice to avoid a midlife crisis. Readers like you are often beyond young adulthood in their 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s that want to understand how dating, sex, relationships, and love fit in with our lifestyles.