Michelle Bachmann has has nothing new to say

Michelle Bachmannhas has nothing new to say

Bachmann Dredges up Old Baggage

It took a long time to get rid of ½ governor Sarah, “Caribou Barbie” Palin, but even FOX finally pulled the plug.  She continues to speak to anyone with a low enough IQ to listen to her, but she has been reduced to an unimportant detractor.

But the other female TEA Party favorite, Michelle, “Crazy Eyes”, Bachmann squeaked out a win in the November election and we still have to listen to her.  And, to no one’s surprise, she has nothing new to say.

Today, on the floor of Congress, she drug out the same fallacious comments Republicans voiced three years ago.  She said:

“Let’s repeal this failure before it literally kills women, kills children, kills senior citizens,” said Bachmann. “Let’s not do that. Let’s love people. Let’s care about people. Let’s repeal it now while we can.”

Of course she was talking about “the Affordable Health Care Act”, which has already been helpful to millions of Americans.

She has also been criticized by the press for her erroneous remarks at the CPAC.  She criticized President Obama and his family for their “lavish lifestyle”.  She said the cost is too high at 1.4 billion dollars.  When reporters attempted to ask her if she understood much of that was for security, and that the figure is actually lower than that of most presidents, she literally ran away.

Is this woman the type of person the TEA Party wants to have represent  them?  If they ever desire to be taken seriously they have to find someone who is intelligent and has ideas to reconstruct our country and our government.

Sometime back I made a list of those I’d like to see disappear from the public eye.  I think I put her in 5th place.

James Turnage

Columnist-The Guardian Express

6 Responses to Michelle Bachmann has has nothing new to say

  1. geo April 1, 2013 at 6:18 pm

    i agree! just report the news let me decide whether its bad or good i don’t need your twist on things!!

    Reply
  2. art taylor April 1, 2013 at 2:22 pm

    Crazy Eyes? We can do without the name calling. It just makes you a bully, I don’t like bullies.

    Reply
  3. Richard Gard April 1, 2013 at 11:07 am

    Exposed yourself there Randy! Typical liberal response – come out with the name calling and insults, not facts! You have a right to your views just as I do mine. Again, will match my patriotism and IQ with you any day!

    Reply
  4. Randy April 1, 2013 at 7:38 am

    Richard Gard,

    You are as ignorant and anti-American as this wanna-be Palin is.

    Reply
    • Richard Gard April 1, 2013 at 8:51 am

      Will match IQs with you any day!!

      Reply
  5. Richard Gard April 1, 2013 at 7:02 am

    Not a “good article” Mr. Turnage! Your bias stick out more than Rove’s “thumb to nose”! . Just as well have said it! You are right “in it” with Karl! Out of touch and don’t even know it! Get with it and report, not editorializing your bias!

    Reply

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