Michele Bachmann for President

After making the official announcement today that she’s running for President of the United States, Michele Bachmann told Fox News: “Just like John Wayne was from Waterloo, Iowa — that’s the kind of spirit that I have, too.”

One little problem: The famous star of western films is from Winterset, Iowa — 150 miles from Waterloo. Serial killer John Wayne Gacy lived in Waterloo, though.

86 Comments

Danny G

about 11 years ago

Not that it matters, but Politico has a pretty good explanation of this.

Mildred

about 11 years ago

I fully believe that she would hide bodies under her rafters and draw clown art.

emmadogs

about 11 years ago

I loved it when John Wayne rode that horse, ringing those bells, telling the Brits that nobody could take away our guns!  Let me just go fix Wikipedia to reflect these facts!

tamara

about 11 years ago

Please, please, please, won't some paper please have the headline tomorrow that Michelle Bachmann has met her Waterloo? Or the pundits? Please?!?

Claire

about 11 years ago

Tamara, you beat me to it! We can only hope... I have to say, both Palin and Bachmann's playing fast and loose with history bothers me to no end. They would totally lose if they went on that show "Are you smarter than a 5th grader?"

dbrewing

about 11 years ago

He's not from Waterloo, but he was first convicted of sex crimes there!

zra

about 11 years ago

Whatever happened to that Constitutional debate challenge that high school kid out east propositioned her with?

adam

about 11 years ago

His father was a drinker 
And his mother cried in bed
Folding John Wayne's t-shirts
When the swingset hit his head
The neighbors they adored him 
For his humor and his conversation
Look underneath the house there 
Find the few living things, rotting fast, in their sleep 
Oh, the dead

Twenty-seven people 
Even more, they were boys
With their cars, summer jobs 
Oh my God

Are you one of them?

He dressed up like a clown for them 
With his face paint white and red
And on his best behavior 
In a dark room on the bed 
He kissed them all
He'd kill ten thousand people 
With a sleight of his hand
Running far, running fast to the dead
He took off all their clothes for them
He put a cloth on their lips
Quiet hands, quiet kiss on the mouth

And in my best behavior 
I am really just like him
Look beneath the floor boards 
For the secrets I have hid

Lojasmo

about 11 years ago

@Danny:  Politico?  POLITICO?  Just cite Fox "news" and be done with it.  I bet it was an article by George Will's butt-plug Ben Smith, no?

As an aside....thank goodness Bachmann got in the race.  Another round of palin would tax the soul.

Bachmann will almost certainly be the nominee.

zra

about 11 years ago

And she will most certainly have her ass handed to her in Nov.

If batshitcrazy is the very best that the repubs have to hurl against the white house, we're in for a fun, bumpy ride.

Danny G

about 11 years ago

Lojasmo: what is that little bottom left corner of the above YouTube clip?

Lojasmo

about 11 years ago

@Danny:  yes, fox "news" is rife with dip-shittery.

Lojasmo

about 11 years ago

@Danny: formal challenge:  find a fox news clip which exposes Bachmann's idiocy.

vicarious

about 11 years ago

Wow, now. 

It appears as though Lundgren has purposefully inflamed the trollosphere. (copyright, trademark, Vicarious)

zra

about 11 years ago

I bet he likes to kick at anthills, too.

Tom

about 11 years ago

Let's just remember that this is the same lady who, among other things, thinks:

-Carbon dioxide is harmless (it is quite harmful)

-You don't have to fill out the whole census (it's illegal to not fill it out completely

-Lexington and Concord are in New Hampshire (they're in Massachusetts)

-The flu outbreaks coincidentally only seem to happen during Democratic administrations, including during Jimmy Carter's term (the previous ones were during the Republican administrations of Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan; there was never one during Carter's time)

-The founding fathers worked hard to abolish slavery (most of the founding fathers had been dead for half a century when the abolition movement began)


And then there are the remarkable quotations that will live forever in the history of the United States of America, such as:

"Multicultural diversity ... sounds wonderful. But guess what? Not all cultures are equal. Not all values are equal. And ... those who are coming into France, which had a beautiful culture, the French culture is actually diminished, it's going away."

"Normalization (of gayness) through desensitization. A very effective way to do this with a bunch of second graders is to take a picture of "The Lion King" for instance, and a teacher might say, "Do you know the music for this movie was written by a gay man?" The message is: I'm better at what I do because I'm gay."

"During the last 100 days we have seen an orgy. It would make any local smorgasbord embarrassed...The government spent its wad by April 26."

Tom

about 11 years ago

Bachmann 2012:  Let's Systematically Rape and Murder this Debt.

Okay, I admit I stole that from Funny or Die.

zra

about 11 years ago

I read that RS article via slog last week, via Paul Constant (who's a pretty spot-on political writer, by the by).

Sid Pernicious

about 11 years ago

It wouldn't entirely not make sense that 'just folks' from my hometown who run senior care centers i assume for out of the kindness of their hearts, with spree side trips to Iowa and Washington spreading cereal box facts in their bid for supreme ruler of the universe, would be channeling serial killers, after all, they did through great difficulty manage to built a condo shmorgas right on top of the old hysteric prison, where hundreds died a torturous death, instead of building a new bridge there, not to mention various other massacres. It takes a special blend of Bat Shit to paint those kinds of lemons gold.  She's the Alligator Woman. She channels the alligator spirit like New Orleans channels water.

Lojasmo

about 11 years ago

What I really like about Michelle is her propensity to r
Literally either run screaming from, or duck behind bushes when in the presence of, gay people.

Truly a class act, that one.

zra

about 11 years ago

i fail to see the correlation between advocating for a smaller, less intrusive, more efficient government and advocating for the "defense" of marriage and enacting legislation that takes away a woman's right to make decisions about her own body.

sounds like cognitive dissonance to me.

Tom

about 11 years ago

I've never understood that either, zra.

"The government is controlling every aspect of our daily lives!  It's out of control!  Let's solve it by placing further restriction on people by banning gay marriage, abortion, and assisted suicide!  Oh, and everybody  must conform to our Christian beliefs.  Also, we value life above all else, so let's loosen restrictions on gun control so more people like Jared Loughner can easily obtain firearms, promote widespread war, and enact capital punishment!"

Sam

about 11 years ago

"Cognitive dissonance" is their middle name!  There seems to be a lot of tension between evangelical Christianity on the one hand and unregulated capitalism on the other.  But somehow they often fail to notice the dissonance there and elsewhere.

eco eco

about 11 years ago

Wow, I thought I had a pretty low opinion of voters, but even I don't think she has a chance in hell of actually being the nominee.

Lojasmo

about 11 years ago

@Eco Eco:  not voters.  Republican primary voters.  Big difference.

Lojasmo

about 11 years ago

Silly ZRA.  Self awareness is required to experience cognitive dissonance.

chadp

about 11 years ago

How about advocating for smaller government out of one side of your mouth whilst sucking at the federal teat.

Bachmann's had her share of government aid

zra

about 11 years ago

Ayn Rand, anyone?

Baci

about 11 years ago

I'm beyond excited that BSCrazy is a "front runner." Just shows where these yahoos are coming from. I fully support her as a candidate.

Tom

about 11 years ago

Unsurprisingly, the mainstream media is far more focused on yet another of her history flubs than they are on the fact that she continues to deliberately lie to the American public:

Bachmann bomblets raising eyebrows

Dave Sorensen

about 11 years ago

I suspect her main source of funding is the comedy-industrial complex. Bachman = comedy gold.

"During the last 100 days we have seen an orgy. It would make any local smorgasbord embarrassed ... The government spent its wad by April 26." -Rep. Michele Bachmann

zra

about 11 years ago

How many foster kids has Bachmann taken care of over the years? 26?

Don't foster parents receive some sort of monthly stipend for being foster parents?

Yet another suckling from the govmint's teat.

Paul Lundgren

about 11 years ago

To Bachmann's credit, she has acknowledged the John Wayne gaff.

Bachmann concedes she misspoke on Wayne's hometown

On the other hand, on Good Morning America this morning, she actually stuck by her statement about the Founding Fathers working tirelessly to abolish slavery.

George Stephanopoulos: Earlier this year you said that the Founding Fathers who wrote the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence worked tirelessly to end slavery. Now with respect Congresswoman, that's just not true. Many of them including Jefferson and Washington were actually slave holders and slavery didn't end until the Civil War. Michele Bachmann: Well you know what's marvelous is that in this country and under our constitution, we have the ability when we recognize that something is wrong to change it. And that's what we did in our country. We changed it. We no longer have slavery. That's a good thing. And what our Constitution has done for our nation is to give us the basis of freedom unparalleled in the rest of the world. Stephanopoulos: I agree with that. Bachmann: That's what people want ... they realize our government is taking away our freedom. Stephanopoulos: But that's not what you said. You said that the Founding Fathers worked tirelessly to end slavery. Bachmann: Well if you look at one of our Founding Fathers, John Quincy Adams, that's absolutely true. He was a very young boy when he was with his father serving essentially as his father's secretary. He tirelessly worked throughout his life to make sure that we did in fact one day eradicate slavery. Stephanopoulos: He wasn't one of the Founding Fathers -- he was a president, he was a Secretary of State, he was a member of Congress, you're right he did work to end slavery decades later. But so you are standing by this comment that the Founding Fathers worked tirelessly to end slavery? Bachmann: Well, John Quincy Adams most certainly was a part of the Revolutionary War era. He was a young boy but he was actively involved.
Although the stranger exchange was probably this:
Stephanopoulos: In your announcement you said 'my voice is part of a movement to take back our country.' From whom? Bachmann: Well, from the people all across the nation. The voice that I learned growing up in Iowa was a very reasonable common sense voice and that is one that I've learned, that I've taken to - very successfully to the halls of Congress. And now I want to take that to the White House so that we can get the country back on the right track and get job creation going.
So now we know: Bachmann wants to take back our country from "the people all across the nation."

Claire

about 11 years ago

You know, Paul, if you didn't tell me it was M Bachmann talking to George Stephanopoulos, I'd have thought it was Sarah Palin. There's the same refusal to answer questions, or to answer questions with a string of words that really don't make a lot of sense, it's not much more than babble so there isn't dead air.

I've heard speculation from a few observers about a possible Palin/Bachmann ticket vs Obama/Biden. OMG. The inmates will surely have taken over the Republican Party insane asylum if that happens, and it will be the death knell of the Republican Party as we have known it.

Frank Nichols

about 11 years ago

There's only one way I can see to find out where the real bottom of where the ignorance is. All those running for president need to be gathered up and put on, Are you smarter than a fifth grader and the subject is American history, I think it would have a global audience.

The Duke

about 11 years ago

John Wayne was gay. So was John Wayne Gayce.

Rougement

about 11 years ago

The lamestream media need to stop twisting Bachmann's words and quoting her out of context by accurately and fully quoting her. 

It's simply not fair and we'll never get batshit elected if journalists keep doing their jobs.

tamara

about 11 years ago

Stupid journalists.

edgeways

about 11 years ago

I've heard speculation from a few observers about a possible Palin/Bachmann ticket

I'd actually be surprised if they got along well enough to pull it off. FWIW I'd also say it's not a lock that Biden will want to serve a second term, there well might be a new D VP candidate next year also.

But back to Bachmann and Palin. The significant difference between the two is Bachmann is a true believer whereas I think Palin would switch parties if she thought it would further her ambitions. Palin has become a joke and really has no future politically she will 

Bachmann is not stupid, but well and truly steeped in radical Christianity as a world-view. She believes what she says and many of her followers do as well, to her/them Christianity/scripture has all the answers economic/social/political what-have-you. They believe the USA was a Christian nation, and that it should be once more, they honestly believe in theocracy, a sort of counter to current Iran. In all honesty I think Bachmann and Ahmadinejad are soul mates, separated by nationality and the name of their religion.

tamara

about 11 years ago

I read today that Bachmann is being branded as an "evangelical feminist."

Rougement

about 11 years ago

"Evangelical feminist" how does that mesh with her Neanderthal views on abortion and same-sex marriage?

zra

about 11 years ago

If by "evangelical feminist" you mean "it doesn't matter how educated and how far up the ladder they've climbed, women are just too stupid to be going around making decisions about their own bodies. or voting. or driving cars. except me. and Phyllis Schaffly."

The mere connotation of Evangelical Feminism is oxymoronic at best and sets the actual movement back about a hundred years.

Lojasmo

about 11 years ago

ZRA:  not only did Bachmann suckle off the government teat for raising foster kids, she got twice the standard stipend because her fosters were disabled (eating disorders)

She averaged $50k/ year of state funding.

emmadogs

about 11 years ago

"Evangelical feminists" (God help me if that really is a term) should read The Handmaid's Tale.

emmadogs

about 11 years ago

And p.s.:  is anyone thinking that, if Pawlenty or Bachmann or Palin can really carry the nomination,  we should just throw in the towel, and concentrate on state/local politics?  My vote for Clinton in the primary, and Obama and Franken, necessary as it apparently was in the last election, isn't making a huge difference.  Whereas, my vote for Reinert and Ness apparently is.

Claire

about 11 years ago

Emmadogs, I too think of The Handmaid's Tale whenever I see Bachmann on TV. All I can say is, thank god Canada is close and I have relatives there, if need be.

Claire

about 11 years ago

BTW, emmadogs, Obama being president rather than McCain, and Franken being senator over Coleman -- makes a huge difference, flawed individuals though they may be.

emmadogs

about 11 years ago

Claire, I think the same thing.  I don't want to live in a country that necessarily inspires such thoughts. I sincerely wish that someone could point us to a way of freedom.  New York's recent vote on gay marriage is so inspiring.  Our decimation of the Earth is not.  I feel so helpless.  Great local leadership helps, but doesn't solve, our problems.

radarski

about 11 years ago

Signs of the apocalypse: Birds falling from the sky. Michelle "I was not hiding behind those bushes" Bachmann running for president and being taken seriously by the moron majority. Jesse Ventura uncovering a legitimate conspiracy. A black man elected president. Snooki landing a book deal. Tim Brewster interviewing for a football head coaching job. Glenn Taylor finding a clue. Joe Mauer hitting .200. Octo-mom.

Jadiaz

about 11 years ago

To everyone saying that Republicans keep taking away the rights of women to make choices about their own bodies, and I have to laugh. Except in rape cases, the woman chose to have sex. The child that resulted did not choose to be concieved, does not have any choice but to rely on the mother, and yet it should be a womans choice to kill it? It isn't a tapeworm or some sort of parasite that chose to enter the body and cause harm. The child is a  product of the choice that the woman made. I agree with abortion in rape cases, incest cases, and in cases where the mother is at risk. I can't agree with the bs reason of it's a womans choice. She made a choice now take responsibility for it and don't choose for the child that has none.

Tom

about 11 years ago

Jadiaz, so how do you propose we're going to determine if the woman was raped?  Sure, it's easy to determine whether or not the woman had sex, but it's not always so easy to tell if she was raped.  There will not always be signs of a struggle, especially in cases like date rape.  So what are we going to do....hold a trial to determine if she was raped, and in the process she becomes too pregnant to abort or gives birth to the child?  The rape argument for abortion is far too subjective and is just going to lead to a whole new set of problems and controversies.

Another big issue is adoption.  You have to figure that the wide majority of all the women who WOULD have an abortion, but couldn't because it's illegal, would end up putting the child up for adoption.  Less than 0.1% of orphaned children will EVER be adopted.  Is it really best for these children to enter into a world where they will never have parents who love them and never have proper food, clothing, and shelter?  And all of this at a time when Earth is severely overpopulated and scientists have predicted that we could experience a severe food shortage by 2050?

Les Nelson

about 11 years ago

While Rep. Michelle Bachmann, R-Minn., has forcefully denounced the Medicaid program for swelling the "welfare rolls," the mental health clinic run by her husband has been collecting annual Medicaid payments totaling over $137,000 for the treatment of patients since 2005, according to new figures obtained by NBC News.

The previously unreported payments are on top of the $24,000 in federal and state funds that Bachmann & Associates, the clinic founded by Marcus Bachmann, a clinical therapist, received in recent years under a state grant to train its employees, state records show. The figures were provided to NBC News in response to a Freedom of Information request.

The clinic, based in Lake Elmo, Minn., describes itself on its website as offering "quality Christian counseling" for a large number of mental health problems ranging from "anger management" to addictions and eating disorders.

The $161,000 in payments from the Minnesota Department of Human Services to her husband's clinic appear to contradict some of Michelle Bachmann's public accounts this week when she was first asked about the extent to which her family has benefited from government aid. Contacted this afternoon, Alice Stewart, a spokeswoman for Bachmann, said the congresswoman was doing campaign events and was not immediately available for comment.

Questions about the Bachmann family's receipt of government funds arose this week after a Los Angeles Times story reported that a family farm in which Michelle Bachmann is a partner had received nearly $260,000 in federal farm subsidies.

Les Nelson

about 11 years ago

Batshitcrazy working overtime...............


Examining 24 of her statements, Politifact.com, the Pulitzer Prize-winning fact-checking service of the St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times, found just one to be fully true and 17 to be false (seven of them "pants on fire" false). No other Republican candidate whose statements have been vigorously vetted matched that record of inaccuracy.

A look at some of her recent statements and how they compare with the facts:

BACHMANN: "The farm is my father-in-law's farm. It's not my husband and my farm. It's my father-in-law's farm. And my husband and I have never gotten a penny of money from the farm." — On "Fox News Sunday."

THE FACTS: In personal financial disclosure reports required annually from members of Congress, Bachmann reported that she holds an interest in a family farm in Independence, Wis., with her share worth between $100,000 and $250,000.

The farm, which was owned by her father-in-law, produced income for Bachmann of at least $32,500 and as much as $105,000 from 2006 through 2009, according to the reports she filed for that period. The farm also received federal crop and disaster subsidies, according to a database maintained by the Environmental Working Group. From 1995 through 2010, the farm got $259,332 in federal payments.

When asked about the subsidies and her income from the farm late last year, a spokesman for Bachmann said only that she wasn't involved in decisions about the running of the farm.

Bachmann told The Associated Press on Monday that her husband became a trustee of the farm because his father had dementia before he died two years ago, and "oversees the legal entity."

"Everything we do with those forms is in an abundance of caution," she said, insisting she and her husband receive no farm income despite the forms reporting it.

Baci

about 11 years ago

@Les and all of you with salient points ...SHHHHHHHH! Would you all stop it! REPEAT AFTER ME ... Great Choice Conservos! Can we donate? Can we bring taco salads to your events? Please please PLEASE have the wisdom, foresight and intelligence to bring this BSCrazy to the table.

Lojasmo

about 11 years ago

Jadiaz:  because a person makes a choice means they can never make another choice?

Silly season is upon us.

Wes Scott

about 11 years ago

She is dirty, you have to be clean as a new born baby if you're running for office. Just talking the part isn't going to cut it. Today we have fact checking. The John Wayne gaff is nothing. How about another fat cat getting Government money when she denounces big Government. That is talking out your ass.

zra

about 11 years ago

It's not just about whether or not a woman wants to have an abortion, Jadiaz. It's about the government taking away her right to make decisions (i.e., whether or not to have an abortion, contraception, and other matters of sexual health).

In essence, women are thus treated like second-class citizens, or worse.

emmadogs

about 11 years ago

Baci, I don't want to get stuck voting for the Dem candidate simply because the BSC Republican candidate is nuts.  I want to have intelligent candidates to choose from.  In the old days, sometimes non-loony-tunes Republicans had better ideas than their Dem counterparts.  I miss those days.  Until McCain took a detour into Crazyville, I was looking forward to a serious debate amongst candidates.  I hope we get that again someday.

Lojasmo

about 11 years ago

Jadiaz, clearly being a glibertarian, believes wimmens can't make decisions for themselves when clumps of foetal tissue are present inside them.

c-freak

about 11 years ago

^ hahahaha! mb is a twunt.

B-man

about 11 years ago

hahahahahahaha @ C-freak  I <3 you

edgeways

about 11 years ago

I tells ya, if abortion, especially early term abortion was less stigmatized and more available there would be far fewer unwanted and abused children. )no I am not saying unwanted children are the only ones abused, but the have a much higher incident rate) I am childless by choice, but I like (most) kids and nothing pisses me off more then people who have kids who obviously don't want them, those kids that get yelled at where ever they are for being... kids

Jadiaz, I'm sorry, but your argument is too absolutist and steeped in culture war language. There are plenty of times precautions are taken but pregnancy ensues, plenty of conceived by drunk, babies, plenty of teens fooling around ... you are not going to stop people from fucking. You may well increase their education level and pass out free contraception and that will indeed cut into the unwanted pregnancy rates, but it won't eliminate it. And it is not "the woman's fault".. or I should say it is as much the man's fault as the woman's. "yeah baby I'll pull out, yeah I got protection.. oh wait nope, but don't be a ball buster..." etc. etc. 

A clump of cells in the first few days and weeks is not a baby, it has the potential to become one, but so...? A mistake of a second that could affect lives negatively for decades and you want that 16 year old to be accountable? That person whose condom broke to be accountable, one too many wine coolers, puffs on the joint, unable to say no. Yeah those people should now be parents.

I fully support the idea that the longer into term the harder it should be to get an abortion, from free and available in the first 2 weeks or so (month?) to counseling and education and providing reasonable justification in the last trimester.

Nowadays there are bills in states across the US being floated that would eliminate all abortions even in cases of rape and incest and threats to the lives of the mother. Seriously. The Overton window has moved to this. We may well be "winning" the gay rights issues, and that makes me happy. But we are losing the abortion issue.

Incidentally "crazy" is not a word that means "I disagree with this person's extreme viewpoint."

Swa

about 11 years ago

"Life is hard, life is harder when you are stupid" --John Wayne

Vicarious

about 11 years ago

"Politics is for suckers."  - Dawn Uftruth, 1767.

Matilda

about 11 years ago

Accidental pregnancy isn't even the problem... it's when abusive men control women by getting them pregnant. It's a pretty serious imposition for a woman, even a medical condition - what's a man have to do, exactly? The stupid men aren't the ones who have to squeeze a bowling ball out from between their legs and feel like crap for 10 months. I bet if they did, more than a few fat Republican 'christians' would be aaaaal for abortion.

emmadogs

about 11 years ago

Pro-lifers who oppose birth control are hypocrites.  If you oppose abortion, then push, push, push the use of contraception.  If you don't, then prohibiting abortion isn't the most important thing for you; prohibiting sex is.  And that's ridiculous, and a losing bet.

Paul Lundgren

about 11 years ago

To pray away the gay is apparently the Bachmann way:

c-freak

about 11 years ago

I tried. It doesn't work. I'm still a big ol' gay.

Baci

about 11 years ago

Doh! c-freak, that's b/c I prayed for you to stay gay.

Paul Lundgren

about 11 years ago

Maybe for Pride festivities this year there should be a big group prayer at the beginning. If the gay goes away, the rest of the events are canceled.

Paul Lundgren

about 11 years ago

Michele Bachmann's Story of America:

chadp

about 11 years ago

I dare say that I agree with Michelle that government spending is out of control.  We should start by cutting the aide that her husbands clinic (and others like it) receive.

Tom

about 11 years ago

Also of interest, Michele Bachmann has signed a pledge, which among other things, states that black children were better off living in slave families than living in a time when we have a black president, calls homosexuality a choice and a public health risk, and supports a "fierce defense" of the First Amendment, but opposes all forms of pornography, which has consistently been ruled a First Amendment right.  So, apparently, she's going to not only take over the executive branch, but also the judicial branch, and in doing so, destroy the separation of powers principle, which was created by the Founding Fathers, such as John Quincy Adams.


Bachmann has since said that she didn't bother to actually read the pledge she signed.  It should be fun when she's president and doesn't bother to read the bills she signs into law.

zra

about 11 years ago

Family Leader has since changed the wording of their pledge to state that African Americans *weren't* better off during slavery...another *gotcha* backpedal...

...though they still believe that being teh gheys is still a choice and an abomination.

I'm hoping it won't be long before Dan Savage throws the Choicer Challenge gauntlet at the feet of Family Leader, and the Bachmann family.

Claire

about 11 years ago

Tom, any information on who else signed that pledge?

zra

about 11 years ago

Rick Santorum is the only other candidate that has signed off on the pledge.

zra

about 11 years ago

...so far ... so far as I have heard.

Tom

about 11 years ago

Claire, Bachmann is the only one to sign it so far.  I think the pastor was hoping to get all of the candidates to sign it.  Considering how much negative publicity it has gotten, I'd be surprised if anyone else dared sign it.  Mitt Romney has already declared that he won't sign it.

Tom

about 11 years ago

Whoops, my bad.  I should've read zra's post and checked before I posted that.  Rick Santorum did indeed sign it as well.  Bachmann was the first though ... I'm not sure if they had removed the slavery verse before he signed it or not.

zra

about 11 years ago

I think Santorum signed the original pledge, Tom.

bluenewt

about 11 years ago

In today's Star Tribune, Michele Bachmann misuses the word "misnomer."

Tom

about 11 years ago

For a woman who once claimed she has a "titanium spine," Michele Bachmann doesn't seem to be able to stand up to ... well, anyone.

Michele Bachmann's Shocking Police Reports

Paul Lundgren

about 11 years ago

Michele Bachmann's Greatest Hits, Volume One.

Tom

about 11 years ago

I hope she stays in the race for awhile.  She's so fun to watch.

Bachmann wishes Elvis happy birthday on death date

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