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Michele Bachmann’s Buh Bye

Michele Bachmann’s Buh Bye

It was of little surprise that the Iowa native dropped out of the presidential race after she placed last in the Iowa Caucus. Though Rick Perry looks to soon be joining her, the question we might ask is why didn’t she do better if Iowa is so “white” and “rural” and “religious” as Andrea Mitchell said the other day?

By January 6, 2012 7 Comments Read More →
The Republican Party’s Problem with Evolution

The Republican Party’s Problem with Evolution

Why do so many Republican presidential candidates have a problem with Evolution?
Here’s a recent quote from Rick Perry:

In Texas, we teach both creationism and evolution in our public schools – because I figure you’re smart enough to figure out which one is right.

You can almost visualize the wink, wink there, can’t you?

By August 24, 2011 11 Comments Read More →
Bachmann-Obama Weinergate (Corn Dog Diplomacy)

Bachmann-Obama Weinergate (Corn Dog Diplomacy)

It is no secret that Michele Bachmann has been on a number of hit lists since her rise from relative obscurity. Last week many were talking about the Newsweek cover photo that made her look crazy. Even some Liberals jumped in and defended her such as Jon Stewart and even NOW piped up.

Another photo has hit the web that is quite unflattering of Bachmann.

Well… maybe not?

By August 14, 2011 10 Comments Read More →
The Michele Bachmann Media Pile-On

The Michele Bachmann Media Pile-On

I’m no fan of Michele Bachmann and can’t see myself ever voting for her but I made my case based upon facts. The media, on the other hand, plays by a different set of rules: Michele Bachmann gets migraines or has missed votes while campaigning. This is the type of “serious reporting” going on in the press nowadays?

By July 31, 2011 6 Comments Read More →
My Problems with Michele Bachmann

My Problems with Michele Bachmann

I have some issues with Michele Bachmann as a candidate and I won’t be voting for her should she appear on my ballot.

Here are some reasons why.

Michele Bachmann is a fan of Intelligent Design and wants it taught in public schools. Intelligent Design is basically a method to present Creationism. The ID argument, as it’s known, goes like this:

The world is so complex only a Supernatural power could have created it.

Michele Bachmann Sucks, Too

Michele Bachmann Sucks, Too

From what I’ve been reading about the debate last night—which I fully intended to watch, but the call to Deadwood was simply too strong—Michele Bachmann seems to have impressed a lot of pundits. I guess she was poised, confident, and made few (if any) factual errors.