UnNews:Meat made O'Donnell avoid being Hare Krishna
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3 October 2010
WILMINGTON, Delaware -- Republican Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell once told a TV interviewer that she tried many religions, including Necrophilism, Cannibalism, and Voodoo, but skipped the Hare Krishna religion - a sect of Hinduism - because she didn't want to be vegetarian.
Bill Maher aired the clip of that July 9, 1999, interview with O'Donnell on Friday night on his show "Real Time with Bill Maher." The short clip was from an interview on the comedian's former show "Politically Incorrect."
O'Donnell tells Maher that she had dabbled in "every other kind of religion,” before becoming a Christian. She recited a list of religions she had tried, including Necrophilism, Cannibalism, Allaism, Jesusism, Voodooism, Voidism, Atheism, Agnosticism, Humorism, and Scientologism.
With a laugh, she said: "I would have become a Hare Krishna, but I didn't want to become a vegetarian. And that is honestly the reason why, because I'm Italian and I love meatballs." She went on to clarify, “In fact, I am firmly against kindness to animals. I pay the money to the grocer who pays the meat packing plant. He pays the butcher. So just see how many jobs would be lost if we become kind to animals?”
A spokesperson for the Hare Krishna religion said, “Killing animals, apart from being cruel, is also a great polluter of the atmosphere and environment. It’s wasteful, and makes no mathematical sense!” They went on, “Alright, listen up Christians. If you have X number of acres of land, and you cultivate 40 tons of soy beans, then you have 40 tons of edible protein, without harming anyone. But if you feed those 40 tons of vegetarian food to your livestock, then you end up with only 4 tons of ready-to-cook corpse-meat. Plus you have the extra expense of maintaining the animals prior to murder, almost always in extremely inhumane conditions. Do the math!”
It's the third clip of O'Donnell that Maher has shown since she won her state's GOP primary last month. Reached by phone, O'Donnell campaign spokesman Chris Motorola had no comment, but almost said, “Ms O’Donnell states for the record that she is opposed to kindness, and all for bloodshed in the name of commerce! Further more, and in view of her fetish, she has finally embraced Christianity because she thinks that the sight of a person nailed to a cross, covered in blood, is highly erotic.”
A spokesperson for the Hare Krishna religion simply concluded, “Well, she’s what we call a ‘meatball’!”