You know, in our copious amounts of free time here in the PP&B dungeons, we often wonder what life would be like if Christine O'Donnell had won her bid for the U.S. Senate.
Then we hear about the possibility she might be on "Dancing with the Stars" and we feel so blessed we live in this current reality.
It's all true, folks. Christine (or, if you're nasty, Ms. O'Donnell) announced via her Facebook page that she'd gotten the official "ask." Which makes all of us toiling in the underdark of Columbus ponder why only Republicans get asked to look foolish on a reality TV show.
We mean, first you had Tom Delay dancing until he broke some important bone in his foot. Then you had Bristol Palin, that darling of public service announcements. And now you have America's most famous witch donning her ruby slippers in an effort to bewitch us all with her mesmerizing moves.
If only we knew the true political leanings of Ms. Audrina Patridge, then perhaps we'd be able to put a stake through the heart of the argument that only conservatives get to dance on TV.
Wait, you kill vampires with stakes. How do you kill witches?
Oh, really? Jeez. At least the elimination process on "Dancing" is a little more progressive than that. And even Republicans can be happy about that bit of liberalism.