PRINCETON, NJ — Mississippi is the most religious U.S. state, and is one of eight states where Gallup classifies at least half of the residents as “very religious.” At the other end of the spectrum, Vermont and New Hampshire are the least religious states, and are two of the five states — along with Maine, Massachusetts, and Alaska — where less than 30% of all residents are very religious.
Apparently letting two men or two women marry opens up the floodgates to allow three men to marry.
But allowing one man to marry a woman is cool, just as long as the one man and one woman agree on how many extra women and men get into their spouses’ pants.
Makes perfect sense. Especially from an abortion hater whose wife (may have) had an abortion.
Taiwan takes teabaggin’ tea party-in’ Michele Obama Bachmann, I mean Michele O’Bachmann. What’s her name?September 13, 2011
Minnesota Representative Michele Bachmann is a favorite of the GOP’s Tea Party wing.
She is popular for her tax platform. Bachmann often invokes nostalgia for the GOP’s better times. And that makes her popular with some in the Republican establishment.
But it hasn’t been easy going for Bachmann. She placed fifth in a New Hampshire straw poll.
And she flubbed her response to the State of the Union.
Bachmann has signed an anti-gay marriage pledge. And she has refused to answer questions about her effeminate husband and the ‘ex-gay’ therapy he offers to homosexuals.
The media haven’t treated Bachmann kindly. Chris Wallace asked if she was a flake.
Others have tried to make her look crazy. But will this Tea Party firebrand have the last laugh?
Bachmann is looking increasingly desperate, making promises she can’t keep such as $2 per gallon gas.
The spotlight is now on Rick Perry and Bachmann is struggling to get noticed.
The most Bachmann can hope for now is a No 2 spot on the GOP ticket.
This quote is from a Rolling Stone article:
Bachmann is a religious zealot whose brain is a raging electrical storm of divine visions and paranoid delusions. She believes that the Chinese are plotting to replace the dollar bill, that light bulbs are killing our dogs and cats, and that God personally chose her to become both an IRS attorney who would spend years hounding taxpayers and a raging anti-tax Tea Party crusader against big government. She kicked off her unofficial presidential campaign in New Hampshire, by mistakenly declaring it the birthplace of the American Revolution. “It’s your state that fired the shot that was heard around the world!” she gushed. “You are the state of Lexington and Concord, you started the battle for liberty right here in your backyard.”
And check out crazy-ass Bachmann in this fantastic bit of anachronistic revisionist history clusterfuckery.