Christine O'Donnell clobbered the Republican's anointed candidate, Mike Castle, in the Delaware senatorial primary. She's still trailing by double digits against the Democratic Party candidate, but she definitely has her head screwed on straight, per this AP quote. She repeatedly struck a populist, outsider tone, dismissing the "D.C. cocktail crowd," chiding the "Beltway popular crowd" and blistering "the ruling class elites." "They call us wacky. They call us wing nuts. We call us 'We the people,' " O'Donnell said, invoking conservative stalwart New Gingrich's saying: "There are more of us than there are of them." Personally, I think Hopper expressed the problem the ruling elite in DC faces much better in the Pixar movie, A Bug's Life: "There's a hundred of them for every one of us. And if those ants ever figure that out, there goes our way of life!" Guess what, you DC grasshoppers? The ants have figured it out. And with any luck, your way of life will end on November 2nd!