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Vandals Cast a Spell on Christine O'Donnell's Amazon Page

Vandals Cast a Spell on Christine O'Donnell's Amazon Page


Looking for Christine O'Donnell products? suggests a Hello Kitty Vibrator, which is new from Japan, and a container of pills from Goliath Labs Ejaculoid. These products and 154 other items are listed for visitors who check out a new book from the former Delaware candidate for Senate.

The Daily Beast was the first to notice that O'Donnell had been hacked. The recommendations actually come from users, not Amazon. And the incident might only further reinforce one message of the book.

The Associated Press reports that in the memoir Troublemaker: Let's Do What It Takes to Make America Great Again, O'Donnell expresses regret for ever airing an ad in which she promised "I am not a witch." And if she had opted against running the now-infamous commercial, the online vandals might not have suggested readers buy an Evil Warlock Child Costume or Wicca and Witchcraft For Dummies.

The "tags customers associated with this product" include "nut job," "witches," and "dildo."

O'Donnell had once condemned masturbation and pornography, and during her campaign she compared repealing "don't ask, don't tell" to allowing adultery. O'Donnell came to prominence on the rise of the Tea Party wave after defeating an incumbent, whom she gay-baited by working with a firm that circulated a video about unsubstantiated rumors that he had cheated on his wife with a man. But O'Donnell lost in the general election by 17 percentage points.

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