I'm sure she likes the Bible a lot, too.
No wonder the preferred campaign strategy is silence.
She also addressed her widely publicized unfamiliarity with the Supreme Court of the United States, and specific decisions made in the past:
O'Donnell began by defending herself for not being able to name a recent Supreme Court decision with which she disagrees at a debate last week. She said she was stumped because she largely agrees with the court's recent decisions under conservative chief justices John Roberts and William Rehnquist.
One can only hope a sharp moderator then followed up by asking her to name one she agreed with and why.
Updated Summary: Because in a world where Christianity requires no knowledge of the Bible, and being a Constitutional Constructionist requires no knowledge of the Constitution, it stands to reason that you can use politics to convince people that a tax cut was a tax increase.