Michele Bachmann Speaks Out

Michele Bachmann/huffingtonpost.com
Michele Bachmann/huffingtonpost.com

I know that women still have a way to go before there is total equality between the sexes, but with women like Michele Bachmann speaking out, it may take centuries.

Yesterday, the always amusing Congresswoman from the great state of Minnesota told nationally syndicated conservative pundit, Cal Thomas, that she did not think America was ready for a female president.

Bachmann then thrilled us with her race based theory of why president Barack Obama was elected: “I think there was a cachet about having an African-American president because of guilt.” Presumably, she is talking about slavery and the lengthy denial of civil rights to blacks.

Funny, when I voted I did not have that on either my pro or con list.

She further expounded, “People don’t hold guilt for a woman,” she says, adding that while people vote for women for virtually every other office “I don’t think there is a pent-up desire for a woman president.”

Isn’t it fabulous? Republicans aren’t even trying to be politically correct anymore by hiding their racist and sexist views.

Was this Bachmann’s exit speech since she has a year left in her fourth and final term? Geez, I am really going to miss her outrageous, biased, erroneous remarks.

The “founding mother” of the Tea Party movement believes Clinton is very beatable, especially after her handling of the Benghazi incident. She is convinced that since Clinton has been around a long time she does not have the ability to motivate people to get out and vote for her.

Her insightful (not) interview concluded with the amusing prognostication that it isn’t enough to be a Republican, or even conservative. For a truly conservative agenda to advance, she believes voters will have to send to Washington more people with a biblical worldview. “That is a difficult task, given the growing secularization of the country.”

Great, just what the world needs…more major decisions based on interpretations of the Bible made by the ignorant. Just about every war waged is done in the name of God and we all see how that has turned out.

As a woman, my goal is to publicly tar and feather every female who sets our gender back as Michele Bachmann has done for years. You have to give confidence props to Bachmann, believing that she was ever presidential material.

Michele, why not become a Sunday School teacher? There is a powerful opportunity to corrupt the youth of America and turn Washington into a religious retreat.

hillary 2016



  1. I agree 100%! No more political decisions or politicians leading the country to the bright future based on their interpretations of the religious books. Mrs. Bachmann is an example of a person being in a position she is not fit for. Remember her republican presidential debate… uhh…

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