Michele Bachmann visited The O’Reilly Factor Wednesday night (12/28/11) and made the ridiculous statement that she’s not a politician and never wants to be a politician. Of course, Bachmann is a three-term Congresswoman in the U.S. House of Representatives. Prior to that, she served in the Minnesota state senate for six years. If someone who has served in politics for 12 years and is running for president is not a politician, I don’t know who is. But guest host Eric Bolling made no comment.Bachmann said, “I think a lot of people are going to be shocked on January 3rd because when people see me, when they hear me, one thing they know about me is that I’m an authentic, real person. I’m not a politician. I never want to be a politician. They’re seeing in me a person who’s very competent, who’s going to do what I say.”
Bolling didn’t challenge such a ridiculous statement. Instead, he interrupted to ask her where she “need(s) to be” in the outcome of the Iowa caucus next week.
My husband isn’t gay and I’m not a dyke.
And as far as scurrying and scampering is concerned it seems to me she is doing all the scurrying and scampering,Michelle Bachmann portrays a very desperate woman.
It’s going to be a very interesting week because the time’s a-coming that she will have to drop out of the race. Whatever she is, I think she truly believed that she was anointed and that she had a real shot at being the candidate. Her behavior will be interesting when she has to face the hard fact that not everyone is nearly as crazy as she is.
You ask her a question ,pull the string and she will repeat the same answer relentlessly over and over again until you put her back in her box.
i think she is very odd and seem to not even understand how odd she really is.
There are only two types of people that would ever have to utter the above statement: celebrities and politicians.
Oh, goody! Does that mean you’re ending your campaign for president?