Christine O’Donnell took a break from going after rival Chris Coons to trash a Deleware television station after it failed to run one of her campaign ads Sunday night and again at a scheduled time today. The Delaware Tea Party and GOP Senate candidate claimed on her Twitter account that the station failed to show a commercial that she touted as an “Inspiring TV show about Delawareans.” Less than two minutes before O’Donnell claimed the 25 minute commercial was supposed to air Sunday night, she tweeted, “1 minute until the premiere of our 30 minute feature. Tune in to meet all the heart warming people I’ve met on the campaign trail. Ch. 28.” When she didn’t see her campaign program, O’Donnell sent out another message: “Okay… this is NOT our show! Must be a programming mix up. We will get back to you…” After waiting for the commercial a second time to no avail, O’Donnell channeled her inner-Sarah Palin, tweeting that her campaign had paid the station for the air time. A campaign spokesman confirmed to the Associated Press that the commercial was supposed to run once on Sunday night and once on Monday. “Dirty politics again?,” she tweeted. “I’d like to think… Read full this story
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