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(Politics in Minnesota)   Bachmann, despite slanDER Ploy against Huma Abedin, is a top GOP fundraiser as House Tea Party caucus founDER, Providing further evidence of the sociopathic unDERPinnings of her cerebrally unDERPowered political base. Makes one wonDER, People   (politicsinminnesota.com) divider line 43
    More: Asinine, Huma Abedin, slanDER Ploy, bachmann, human beings, dads, GOP, political base, Amy Klobuchar  
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2012-07-22 08:48:10 AM  
10 votes:

Chariset: All right, you clever farkers, let's see one of you do that with wharrgarrbl.


All I know is Bachmann and Palin are combining to form a REAL 'Mercan PAC that truly stands up for Americans. Women Heroes Aligned: Restoring Righteous God Above Radical Reactionary Biased Liberals.
2012-07-22 10:49:53 AM  
4 votes:
Michele Bachmann is a threat to the United States. That kind of ignorance and fear-mongering does no society any good. If I was from Minnesota, whether I voted R or D, I'd be embarrassed to say I was from the same state that elected her to Congress.
2012-07-22 01:11:01 PM  
3 votes:
Ironically, the only Muslims could install Sharia law in the US is if we first dismantle the wall between Church and State like Bachmann and other politicized Christians want us to.
2012-07-22 12:03:32 PM  
3 votes:

Serious Black: I know people joke that the modern GOP is the greatest threat America has ever faced, but I say this with absolutely no hyperbole: people like Michele Bachmann really are the greatest threat America has ever faced.


I can see her being an indirect security threat. Picture it: you are a young, badly conflicted Muslim lad, living in a poor, wretched nation. you have fallen in with a bad crowd, and are being groomed by your associates - but you have qualms. You think: "They say i must kill Americans. But the Quran says that Allah is the word of peace, and compels me to love and honor my fellow man, and protect the innocent - so how can I kill innocent Americans in pursuit of my faith?"
Then you turn on your TV, and see Michelle Bachman.
And you think: "Right, then!"
2012-07-22 11:43:39 AM  
3 votes:
lh4.googleusercontent.com

For cereal...
2012-07-22 09:58:00 AM  
3 votes:
Well, my days of not taking her seriously are certainly drawing to a middle...
2012-07-22 01:27:16 PM  
2 votes:
I'm having a hard time figuring her out. Near as I can tell, she's either frigid, or an absolute freak. I'm not talking something so pedestrian as golden showers or anal fisting either. I'm talking if you brought a pitbull in to join the fun, she'd ask why you only brought one. I just know that it's one or the other, there's no in between with this psycho.
2012-07-22 01:19:50 PM  
2 votes:

Serious Black: I know people joke that the modern GOP is the greatest threat America has ever faced, but I say this with absolutely no hyperbole: people like Michele Bachmann really are the greatest threat America has ever faced.


I'm never joking when I say the GOP is the greatest threat to America today. They prove it time and time again, whether engaging in a trumped up war with no way to pay for it, shipping jobs overseas to decimate the American middle class and rebuild a cheaper version of it in Asia, or dismantling our educational system to replace it with faith based indoctrination.

The GOP is the greatest threat to America today, period.
2012-07-22 01:05:18 PM  
2 votes:

Lost Thought 00: She gives the people what they want. An excuse for why their life sucks.


That's because she recognized that all Republicans* are fundamentally cowards who are too scared to look at themselves in the mirror, man up, and take responsibility for their lives.

*Republicans may include, but are not limited to, Tea Party (post-2006), Sovereign Citizens, Birthers, global warming deniers, libertarians, white supremacists, Drudge, TownHall, FreeRepublic, American Thinker, WorldNet Daily, all Koch brothers supporters, and all Rupert Murdoch properties (FOX News and all pundits therein, past and present, the KKK) and members of NAMBLA.
2012-07-22 01:04:02 PM  
2 votes:

jso2897: Serious Black: I know people joke that the modern GOP is the greatest threat America has ever faced, but I say this with absolutely no hyperbole: people like Michele Bachmann really are the greatest threat America has ever faced.

I can see her being an indirect security threat. Picture it: you are a young, badly conflicted Muslim lad, living in a poor, wretched nation. you have fallen in with a bad crowd, and are being groomed by your associates - but you have qualms. You think: "They say i must kill Americans. But the Quran says that Allah is the word of peace, and compels me to love and honor my fellow man, and protect the innocent - so how can I kill innocent Americans in pursuit of my faith?"
Then you turn on your TV, and see Michelle Bachman.
And you think: "Right, then!"


She has a security clearance, and she is on the house intelligence committee. That is genuinely distressing, given everything we know about her.
2012-07-22 12:27:12 PM  
2 votes:

Mr. Coffee Nerves: Chariset: All right, you clever farkers, let's see one of you do that with wharrgarrbl.

All I know is Bachmann and Palin are combining to form a REAL 'Mercan PAC that truly stands up for Americans. Women Heroes Aligned: Restoring Righteous God Above Radical Reactionary Biased Liberals.


You magnificent bastard.
2012-07-22 11:54:46 AM  
2 votes:

vernonFL: She's like Joe McCarthy in drag.


Without the decency to drink herself to death.
2012-07-22 10:13:43 AM  
2 votes:
She's like Joe McCarthy in drag.
2012-07-22 07:39:39 PM  
1 votes:
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2012-07-22 04:35:36 PM  
1 votes:
I hate to say this seeing as I'm liberal, but this is the price we pay for saying we should respect everyone's opinions/ideas. I think it's an important rule in some situations (like small work groups or school), but it seems to just backfire on us in politics. When your opinions revolve around hate, paranoia, and discrimination, they don't deserve equal respect and they certainly don't deserve a place in politics.

I don't see why we have to allow people who show their true colors like this to keep their jobs. When you come out and say that you are looking to alienate, discriminate against, and harass people because you don't like their religion or face it should be grounds for the American people to fire you.

Of course I can only imagine the backlash and shiatstorm that would occur if some politician came out and said the same thing about Christians. I disagree with their religious beliefs, I guess that gives me the right to interrogate them and treat them as terrorists right? Because you never know what sort of associations they might have or what crazy thing they might do.
2012-07-22 02:58:44 PM  
1 votes:

born_yesterday: ongbok: James F. Campbell:
This. "Us versus them" is one of the most primal human mindsets. Many people need it in order to function, in order to have a purpose, or in order to justify their own shortcomings. Reason can't ever scratch the surface of that.


It's not just that, I don't think; we as humans love our tribalism - we're hardwired for it, all of us - but I've noticed that there are a lot of people who don't want their tribe to to be very big. Name almost any movement and you'll find a handful of people who remember a time when that movement was small and intimate and they had it all to themselves, as opposed to loud and widespread: "I liked them before they were famous." Anything that hits the mainstream can lose its shine for the first people to get inspired by it - you can see the pattern in everything from third-wave feminism to Doctor Who conventions.

Bachmann's version of movement conservatism is based in part on the idea of American aristocracy. She wants her movement to remain small and concentrated so that she has power within it. The fact that she went national with it means that she's one of those twits who sees herself as one of the elite - she's setting herself up as a "dispenser," a manufacturer and distributor of leadership. I think that's the reason behind the whole crazy-eyes thing - she wants to sit on top of America with her tiny little movement of select God's-Chosen people and show all those poor misguided souls where we went wrong.

This may explain why she has to keep getting crazier, too. If she adds people to her movement, she has to go far enough to the right to keep her group of Select the same size so she can continue to be special. Like the twerp who likes the rock band, she can't believe she's surrounded by such fools and philistines, but if enough fools and philistines like the band to make it mainstream, she'll drop 'em like a hot rock and go looking for something even farther outside the mainstream. That's why she's going full McCarthy - it keeps enough people hating her that she doesn't have to worry about going mainstream. It's an act of desperation.
2012-07-22 02:16:31 PM  
1 votes:

ongbok: James F. Campbell: Any conservatives out there want to defend her? Anyone? Or are you too busy playing the hottest, newest game of Summer 2012, "Both Sides Are Bad"?

This lady that I saw in the store the other day was defending her. She said that she doesn't care if there is proof or not, we need to bring every Muslim in for hearings about their ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. She said she doesn't care if it was violating civil rights or discriminatory because we have to do everything we can to keep Sharia Law from taking over in the U.S.

So when you see people defending Bachmann over this, this is the mindset that you are dealing with. You can't reason with that.


The only way to reason with them is to have them experience the same treatment they demand others go through. She doesn't care about how the end result is achieved because it doesnt directly concern her or her stances. If this was applied to her religion, she would be protesting everywhere to stop it because now it hinders her.

The only way to reason with them is to have them go through the annoyances personally as all they care about is themselves.
2012-07-22 01:39:40 PM  
1 votes:
OK. I have something to confess. I am poor, but I have enough $$$ to contribute to politicians, because they are so cheap.

Anyways, here is my confession: I donated to Michele Bachmann's presidential campaign. I donated early and repeatedly. As a result, my comments to her would find their way into her publicity campaigns, word for word, despite my being a staunch liberal. Apparently, she did not hire the best editors. Or, she is mentally retarded.
2012-07-22 01:39:38 PM  
1 votes:

James F. Campbell: Any conservatives out there want to defend her? Anyone? Or are you too busy playing the hottest, newest game of Summer 2012, "Both Sides Are Bad"?


This lady that I saw in the store the other day was defending her. She said that she doesn't care if there is proof or not, we need to bring every Muslim in for hearings about their ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. She said she doesn't care if it was violating civil rights or discriminatory because we have to do everything we can to keep Sharia Law from taking over in the U.S.

So when you see people defending Bachmann over this, this is the mindset that you are dealing with. You can't reason with that.
2012-07-22 01:38:38 PM  
1 votes:

odinsposse: Ironically, the only Muslims could install Sharia law in the US is if we first dismantle the wall between Church and State like Bachmann and other politicized Christians want us to.


That is the part that baffles me too. From my foreigner's understanding of it none of the derpers of any creed can just write and pass a law that says X religion's law are now the law of the land as that would be tantamount to a state sponsored religion, verboten by the first amendment.
To amend the constitution requires 2/3 of both federal houses to pass the proposal, then it requires the approval of both houses of 3/4 of all the states, then it can become an amendment. At that point it would pretty much have to be the will of the people, could you get that many people currently to sign a statement saying that golf is fun?
2012-07-22 01:35:02 PM  
1 votes:
OK, serious question: how insane does a person have to be before they are removed from office?

And by "removed", I don't mean voted out, I mean snatch the half-eaten baby from their arms as the restraints go on.
2012-07-22 01:21:09 PM  
1 votes:
The thought of that disgusting c%nt holding a seat in the Unites States Congress makes me so mad, sad, sick, disgusted and so many other negative emotions that my blood boils.

And the fact that there are that many people living in this country that support and think like her makes me glad that I don't, and never will, have kids.

What a terrible person she is.
2012-07-22 01:16:59 PM  
1 votes:
What is that THING with her glazed-over gaze!?

She almost always appears to be staring into something of absolutely incomprehensible hideousness.
2012-07-22 01:04:59 PM  
1 votes:

Britney Spear's Speculum: Bachmann's district is so solid, that any donations to her are a waste of money.


Except a big war chest allows you to give money to other candidates. People earn senior positions in the House & Senate and plum committee assignments by buying the support of their fellow members,

Also she can help fellow derptards get into the House.
2012-07-22 12:43:58 PM  
1 votes:
I like how DERP and GOP were both capitalized, as if they're linked together or something
2012-07-22 12:39:39 PM  
1 votes:

pueblonative: Coco LaFemme: Michele Bachmann is a threat to the United States. That kind of ignorance and fear-mongering does no society any good. If I was from Minnesota, whether I voted R or D, I'd be embarrassed to say I was from the same state that elected her to Congress.

And she's on the intelligence committee. Isn't that kinda like having an arsonist as a firefighter?


To be fair, she probably does burn books she doesn't understand.
2012-07-22 12:26:52 PM  
1 votes:

Coco LaFemme: Michele Bachmann is a threat to the United States. That kind of ignorance and fear-mongering does no society any good. If I was from Minnesota, whether I voted R or D, I'd be embarrassed to say I was from the same state that elected her to Congress.


And she's on the intelligence committee. Isn't that kinda like having an arsonist as a firefighter?
2012-07-22 12:21:34 PM  
1 votes:
Part of me is hoping the teatards spend themselves to the poor house when the billionaires start pulling money back.
2012-07-22 12:07:19 PM  
1 votes:

jso2897: I can see her being an indirect security threat. Picture it: you are a young, badly conflicted Muslim lad, living in a poor, wretched nation. you have fallen in with a bad crowd, and are being groomed by your associates - but you have qualms. You think: "They say i must kill Americans. But the Quran says that Allah is the word of peace, and compels me to love and honor my fellow man, and protect the innocent - so how can I kill innocent Americans in pursuit of my faith?"
Then you turn on your TV, and see Michelle Bachman.
And you think: "Right, then!"



Listen if he only killed Bachmann I would think him a hero.
/Also Norquest. And Palin. And West.
//Okay if he did a purge of only the stupidest politicians and not hit anyone else I would make a farking statue in his honor.
2012-07-22 11:59:03 AM  
1 votes:

jso2897: She's like Joe McCarthy in drag.

Without the decency to drink herself to death.


And without a gay sidekick like Roy Kohn.

Oh..wait....
2012-07-22 11:53:31 AM  
1 votes:
There is a lot of money in hate and religion.

Not mutually exclusive.
2012-07-22 11:44:39 AM  
1 votes:

vernonFL: She's like Joe McCarthy in drag.


Republicans have been assuring me for the last few years that Joseph McCarthy was a real Amreican who didn't do a single thing wrong because we know Commies WERE trying to destroy us.
2012-07-22 11:43:48 AM  
1 votes:

Serious Black: I know people joke that the modern GOP is the greatest threat America has ever faced, but I say this with absolutely no hyperbole: people like Michele Bachmann really are the greatest threat America has ever faced.


Yup. And they keep getting elected.
2012-07-22 11:41:38 AM  
1 votes:

Coco LaFemme: Michele Bachmann is a threat to the United States. That kind of ignorance and fear-mongering does no society any good. If I was from Minnesota, whether I voted R or D, I'd be embarrassed to say I was from the same state that elected her to Congress.


I know a guy who's proud she's his rep.
/ Yeah, he's a son of a 1%er
2012-07-22 11:40:11 AM  
1 votes:
I know people joke that the modern GOP is the greatest threat America has ever faced, but I say this with absolutely no hyperbole: people like Michele Bachmann really are the greatest threat America has ever faced.
2012-07-22 11:33:53 AM  
1 votes:
I miss good old-fashioned wharrgarbl.
2012-07-22 11:27:09 AM  
1 votes:

Mr. Coffee Nerves: Chariset: All right, you clever farkers, let's see one of you do that with wharrgarrbl.

All I know is Bachmann and Palin are combining to form a REAL 'Mercan PAC that truly stands up for Americans. Women Heroes Aligned: Restoring Righteous God Above Radical Reactionary Biased Liberals.


It shall quench the thirST oUr PublIc Displays.
2012-07-20 08:29:53 PM  
1 votes:

MaudlinMutantMollusk: /depressing derpressing as that is


I'm assuming your lack of meme was a typo
2012-07-20 07:09:25 PM  
1 votes:
All right, you clever farkers, let's see one of you do that with wharrgarrbl.
2012-07-20 06:45:56 PM  
1 votes:
That took work Subby. Well done. +1
2012-07-20 06:32:27 PM  
1 votes:
Going the extra mile there, subby. +1
2012-07-20 06:30:18 PM  
1 votes:
Good work, submitter.
2012-07-20 06:22:50 PM  
1 votes:
I derp what you derped there. +1
 
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