After airing a clip from Friday’s program, during which actor Kirk Cameron calls homosexuality “detrimental, and ultimately destructive,” Piers Morgan asks his guest for her response:
“I’m not here as anybody’s judge,” insists Bachmann.
“We’ll, you got to have a view,” states the host.
“Me? Hardly, hardly, hardly,” jokes the Congresswoman.
Morgan then goes on to refer to Bachmann as “one of the most judgemental people in American politics,” to which the Republican from Minnesota takes offense:
“Well that’s rude. That’s absolutely rude.”
Palin leads the pack by influencing new vocabulary. “Gotcha questions”? Really?
And how is a woman who started a business qualified to be president of the United States of America?
I get it. Obama wasn’t qualified either.
But she equates starting a business with qualifications.
That means I should be president too.
Hmm, that’s a thought.
Hey Bachmann, it’s time to retire the dumbass position of gay = evil just like you’ve retired so many other dumbass ideas in the bible. Apparently it needs repeating every five minutes with these people.
Because if gay marriage is approved, next thing you know, people start playing Mendelssohn’s Wedding March to themselves and inanimate objects, like cupcakes, coffee makers and … ooo la la come here and let me poke you … Eiffel Towers.
About this video:
Michele Bachmann’s Iowa campaign chair Tamara Scott tells Bob Vander Plaats that legalizing gay marriage will lead to legalizing marriage with inanimate objects, like the Eiffel Tower.
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.
The stupid keeps burning brightly with this one. Check out this mega-amazing video of Michele:
I also saw this amazing quote from Bach-mama that will thrill you, if not make you want to re-elect her for 2016:
“I don’t know how much God has to do to get the attention of the politicians. We’ve had an earthquake; we’ve had a hurricane. He said, ‘Are you going to start listening to me here?’ Listen to the American people because the American people are roaring right now. They know government is on a morbid obesity diet and we’ve got to rein in the spending.”
Hurricanes that happen in hurricane season … must be the almighty!
Earthquakes happen all the time for eons … must be the powerful hand of YAHWEH.
What is he telling me? I just DON’T know!
I know one thing: God was clear about not invoking his name in vain. It’s a 10 commandment after all. But what would you expect from a person who prays in public?
“Are you a flake?”
Do you know a flake?
Do you think Carbon Dioxide is portrayed as harmful?
Does your gay husband try to cure gay people through prayer?
Do you hate science?
Do you call Koolaid, “tea”?
Do you misunderstand basic math?
Do you think Terry Schiavo was healthy?
Then Michele Bachmann is your lady!