One-L is always rooting for The Rapture, but this is (even for her) pretty far-out there as she Xristian-Xrazie’splains to jews the error of their ways:
The Jewish community gave him their votes, their support, their financial support and as recently as last week, forty-eight Jewish donors who are big contributors to the president wrote a letter to the Democrat [sic] senators in the US Senate to tell them to not advance sanctions against Iran. This is clearly against Israel’s best interest. What has been shocking has been seeing and observing Jewish organizations who it appears have made it their priority to support the political priority and the political ambitions of the president over the best interests of Israel. They sold out Israel.
“Bachmann says a lot of people “aren’t ready” for a female president. “I think there was a cachet about having an African-American president because of guilt.” (Presumably she means because of slavery and the lengthy denial of civil rights to blacks.) “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.”
–Michele Bachmann in today’s Cal Thomas column. One-L should mention that she knows that America is not ready for a woman preznint because she was so soundly rejected by Winguttia in 2012 (and investigations against her grifting campaign led to her quitting Congress at the end of this term).
But she has a great career ahead of her as the ambassador to whatever planet from which she receives radio signals.
Sitting in her campaign bus, in the same seat where she cried with joy in August, she now sobbed over her drubbing. “God, I’m a loser,” Bachmann said. “God, I turn people off.”
She who laughs last while wearing a tinfoil hat, laughs best:
The Energy and Water spending bill for 2014 that’s winding its way through the House was being treated as a political football before Wednesday. But this morning, as The Hill reports, the House added insult to injury by passing a GOP amendment to the bill that blocks enforcement of new light bulb standards.
Long-time readers will remember ol’ One-L introducing the the “Light Bulb Freedom of Choice Act,” because, you know, FREEEEEEDOM vs. tyranny of energy efficiency.
To this day, this remains my favorite bit of nonsense from Bachmann-the-Nut. I really am going to miss her when she’s gone.
One part crazy, one part ignorant, and one part giving up your secrets.
The best part is that she’ll watch that video and think, “Nailed it.”
“Minnesota Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann has been reappointed to the House intelligence committee despite concerns about some of the controversial statements she has made.” — USA Today
While it is amusing to think of ol’ One-L being on the freaking Intelligence Committee, but remember this: she will get to see the so-called justification for the (probably/hopefully illegal) Kill List and Drone Strike policy.
Bet me that within a year, her newest Conspiracy Theory will involve drones coming after Xristian Xrazies and that she will claim that she is on The Kenyan Usurper’s enemies list. She’ll use that for fund-raising.
“… But despite that presidential fade-out and close call back home, Bachmann is again being mentioned as a candidate for higher office — this time as a potential challenger to first-term Democratic Sen. Al Franken in 2014.
In a Public Policy Polling (D) survey conducted last month, 52 percent of state voters approved of Franken’s job performance, while 42 percent disapproved.
In the same poll, Franken also topped Bachmann by a 54 percent to 40 percent margin in a hypothetical general election matchup — an early indication of the uphill climb the congresswoman would face in a statewide race.
Pat Shortridge, the current Minnesota GOP chairman, told RCP that though he did not know what Bachmann’s plans were, the party would be wise to look outside “the same familiar political faces” in recruiting someone to run against Franken.
“The electorate has clearly said, at least on our side, that they want some new blood,” Shortridge said. “And I think people who’ve got some private sector experience — people who aren’t coming from the traditional political routes — could make for a very effective candidate in 2014. I think we need to be more creative when it comes to recruitment and thinking about who our candidates ought to be.” “
I think that Shortridge (and you must love that name) is signaling S.O.S. with her eyelids as she says this. Imagine being the chair of the state GOP and having to defend nominating to the Senate an unhinged Xristian Xrazie and free-range conspiracy theorist like ol’ One-L and her closet-case husband.