Christine O’Donnell: Pearl Harbor, Unemployment Benefits Extension Both ‘Tragedies’

On a solemn December 7 marked with melancholy reminders of the 69th anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor and the tragic passing of Elizabeth Edwards, failed Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell deemed the potential reauthorization of u…

On a solemn December 7 marked with melancholy reminders of the 69th anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor and the tragic passing of Elizabeth Edwards, failed Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell deemed the potential reauthorization of unemployment benefits — as reached in a deal between Obama and GOP leadership — the day’s third and final “tragedy.”

“Tragedy comes in threes,” O’Donnell said at a publicity event in Virginia. “Pearl Harbor, Elizabeth Edwards’s passing and Barack Obama’s announcement of extending the tax cuts, which is good, but also extending the unemployment benefits.”

O’Donnell continued, explaining why Obama’s most important prize from the negotiations could be likened to a Pearl Harbor-like catastrophe.

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