Some within the professional punditry have struggled to explain the phenomenon that is Christine O'Donnell. I really don't think it's that complicated. O'Donnell has previously been accused of spending campaign money on her own personal expenses. What if the whole point of her campaign is to raise the greatest possible amount of money while still losing?
Quite simply, Christine O'Donnell is to politics what "Springtime for Hitler" was supposed to be to theatre. Let's compare:
You decide: is Christine O'Donnell a real candidate for office or a con artist who plans to pocket the leftover campaign funds after her campaign fails?