15th September 2011 5:43
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(Michele) Bachmann, of course, always strongly pro-choice — as long as that choice is cervical cancer.
STEPHEN COLBERT, on the Republican candidate’s (not so) mystifying opposition to a vaccine that could prevent young women from getting cervical cancer, on The Colbert Report. (via inothernews)
14th September 2011 19:45
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Hey Michelle -

thatoverenthusiasticqueerfanboy:

You just said you’d bring the constitution, the bill of rights and the declaration of Independence with you to the White House, should you move in -

I’m curious, have you read them?

And furthermore, America ranks near last in Education with regards to math and reading but first in Patriotism - Can you give some talking points about that?

2nd September 2011 10:38
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babyfacebullet:

Michele Bachmann is a moron.

yes she is.

30th August 2011 11:36
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Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann told Floridians Sunday that Hurricane Irene and the earthquake felt along much of the East Coast last week were messages from God to warn “politicians” to start heeding divine guidance, which she suggested is being channeled through small government conservatives.

“I don’t know how much God has to do to get the attention of the politicians. We’ve had an earthquake; we’ve had a hurricane. He said, ‘Are you going to start listening to me here?’” Bachmann, a third-term Minnesota congresswoman, told a crowd in Sarasota that the St. Petersburg Times estimated contained around 1,000 people

namelessgenxer:

Also too, may I add a few more from my Revolutionary Hero, Thomas Paine:

“My mind is my own church.”

“One good schoolmaster is of more use than a hundred priests.”

“Of all the systems of religion that ever were invented, there is no more derogatory to the Almighty, more unedifying to man, more repugnant to reason, and more contradictory to itself than this thing called Christianity.”

“It is not a God, just and good, but a devil, under the name of God, that the Bible describes.”

“Of all the tyrannies that affect mankind, tyranny in religion is the worst.” (bears repeating)

“There are matters in the Bible, said to be done by the express commandment of God, that are shocking to humanity and to every idea we have of moral justice.”

princedarwin:

God is an essence that we know nothing of. Until this awful blasphemy is got rid of, there will never be any liberal science in the world.

- John Adams, Founding Father and 2nd President of the United States



We discover in the gospels a groundwork of vulgar ignorance, of…
(Trigger warning: rape, racism) Rape is bad. No one’s denying that, but that doesn’t mean you should be allowed to punish a child by aborting it. When it comes to having your body used against your will, wouldn’t you rather it be a baby than some brown person in a ski mask?

Michele ‘Batshit’  Bachmann = FUCKED IN THE HEAD

Michele Bachmann speech at a battered women’s shelter in Winterport, ME (2009)

Is it just me, or is no one really paying attention to how fucked in the head this woman is? 

(via shizumataka)

The problem isn’t that no one’s paying attention, the quandary resides in the fact that a large portion of the electorate are just as fucked up in the head as she is.

(via theperplexedobserver)

'hey! you don't have any say over your body! it's either for some one to take advantage of, or some alien fetus to invade.'

20th August 2011 14:20
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"Michele Bachmann paid $30 each for 6,000 voting tickets in Iowa and got 4,800 votes, so 1,200 people stole her $30.

leftish:

It’s funny that someone who doesn’t believe in government handouts paid 6,000 people to vote for her.”

~ Jimmy Kimmel

19th August 2011 16:35
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ryking:

quickhits:

Bachmann campaign roughing up reporters (Salon’s War Room)

This is the third incident in a month with a reporter being assaulted or threatened with assault by Bachmann’s people. Clearly she’s afraid of the press. If she can’t deal with the softball questions tossed by reporters, how the hell she could she handle the kind of situations she’d face as President, which are substantially tougher? — Ryking

forget about her handling questions. we made it through a president who couldn’t handle them already. how about a president who condones threatened violence as an evasion tactic?

19th August 2011 7:19
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thepoliticalfreakshow:

A few months ago, the Los Angeles Times pointed out that virulenty anti-government spending Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) was receiving income from a farm that collected federal subsidies. Bachmann responded by claiming, “the farm is my father-in-law’s farm, it’s not my husband and my farm. My husband and I have never gotten a penny of money from the farm.” However, Bachmann claimed income from the farm on her 2009 financial disclosure form.

As McClatchy noted today, Bachmann — all her protests aside — claimed income from the farm again in 2010, which were filed last week:

Despite repeatedly asserting that she has never received income from a family farm that has drawn federal subsidies in the past, Rep. Michele Bachmann again listed the farm as a source of income when she filed her 2010 personal financial disclosures late last week. Bachmann, R-Minn., also reported that the farm had more than doubled in value since 2009. […]

Bachmann’s financial disclosures paint a different picture. Since 2006, she has reported receiving between $37,504 and $120,000 in income from the farm, including between $5,001 and $15,000 that she disclosed for the 2010 calendar year.

Bachmann also reported that her farm doubled in value over the past year: “In 2009, Bachmann listed the farm as an asset worth between $100,001 and $250,000. In her 2010 forms, Bachmann valued the farm between $500,001 and $1 million.” The counseling clinic that Bachmann runs with her husband has also received federal funding

Bachmann has proved again that the facts do not back her up.

She is horrendous at lying!

-Drew, Concerned American