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OMG.  I really feel like I’m picking on the handicapped kid, but she keeps talking.

Props to Political Animal Steven Benen for the Herculean task of wading through the nonsense that is nearly everything that falls from the lips of Rep. Michelle Bachmann (R-MN).   She opposes the new stimulus because we’re “running out of rich people in this country.”

The recovery package is part of a Democratic conspiracy to “direct” funding away from Republican districts, so Democratic districts can “suck up” all federal funds.  Bachmann doesn’t think this will work because, as she put it, “We’re running out of rich people in this country.”  –The Washington Monthly

Oh, but wait…there’s more!

ACORN is “under federal indictment for voter fraud,” but the stimulus bill nevertheless gives ACORN “$5 billion.” (In reality, ACORN is not under federal indictment and isn’t mentioned in the stimulus bill at all.) –The Washington Monthly

She ain’t done, yet!

The “Community-Organizer-in-Chief” is also orchestrating a conspiracy involving the Census Bureau, which the president will use to redraw congressional lines to keep Democrats in power for up to “40 years.” –The Washington Monthly

Okay, big finish…

“We are literally losing our country.”

She really ought to dodge the multisyllabic adventures.

(Not Literally).

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16 thoughts on “Rep. Michelle Bachmann: How Stupid Can One Bitch Be?

  1. The true purchasing power of America is the middle class. So, what if we run out of rich people, even though that’s nuts.

  2. “The “Community-Organizer-in-Chief” is also orchestrating a conspiracy involving the Census Bureau, which the president will use to redraw congressional lines to keep Democrats in power for up to “40 years.” –The Washington Monthly”

    I only wish we’d thought of that. As to Bachman – well, she’s a typical Republican these day. That party really needs to up their average IQ. Maybe they’re getting so small because they’re starting to run out of dumb people.

  3. Hi Melissa,

    As much as I don’t like breaking President Ronald Reagan’s 11th Commandment, speaking ill-will about a fellow Republican, sometimes some people really should know when to be quiet; unfortunately, it seems, Congresswoman Bachmann doesn’t either have friends who wish to protect her from herself, or she couldn’t care less.

  4. A few of my favorite Republicans, Melissa, are Eric Cantor, a rising Virginia congressman; Governor Bobby Jindal; Michael Steele; Sarah Palin; and Governor Charlie Crist.

    Your turn? Or have you stepped away from your desk for the night?

  5. Maybe we should talk about religion. 😉

    Okay, definitely Lincoln. Definitely David Iglesias and Susan Eisenhower. Used to like Dave Treen in Louisiana. Representative Ted Poe (R-TX) has had heroic episodes. McCain got campaign crazy, but he was cool back in 2000 when I worked in AZ. Liked Chuck Hagel.

    Your Republicans give me the willies, and I suspect mine do the same for you.

  6. Actually, Melissa, your Republican favorites are indicative of the broad/diverse group of individuals that the party has within its ranks. Lincoln and Hagel are about as straightforward as they come. Have to agree with your assessment of the 2000 McCain and the 2008 McCain; the 2000 version seemed to be more of a centrist with progressive trimmings, an openmind and fire in his belly.

    Thanks for keeping your word/promise and sharing your favorite Republicans too. Have a wonderful day.

  7. Just saw this — I’ll give Christ a thumbs up (so far). He’s orange, he’s outspoken and he was even willing to marry a *GASP* actual woman-type person for the good of the party … now that’s a team player right there, folks!
    😉

  8. You’re welcome, Melissa, any time. lol about Crist remarks–what a team player, huh?! What with Barry Goldwater and most recently, John McCain, am beginning to wonder if anyone representing Arizona can actually win the presidency. Now, say a Charlie Crist and the State of Florida, there are some high-profile states that bring a wealth of resources and strengths with them–Texas, California, Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New York, illinois, etc….Have a wonderful day–try not to split your sides open from laughing too much at those old YMCA pics. Take care.

  9. Sounds like your grade school principal made quite a memorable impression upon you, Melissa. You don’t seem naughty so it’s hard to believe a principle would even know your name–unless, of course you won several spelling-bees, etc.

    I wish Governor Napolitano well in her new position. Have a wonderful evening.

  10. LOL! Well, I did get in trouble for having big, clopping feet. Then there was the great forgery scandal because I didn’t know what parent’s “signature” meant at 6.

    Sister Katherine handled the whole delinquency bit with me dotting my letter I’s with stars.

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