Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Thank God Michelle Bachmann isn't Black

That's the only positive thing that I have to say in regards to her. I hate that we share a gender and a profession, but she sounds like a lobotomized beauty queen when she speaks and you know how stupid they are. Today, she decided to expand on her founding father's working tirelessly to end slavery vampire statement. ABC's George Stephanopoulos asked the conservative congresswoman to address the statement, noting that many of the country's Founding Fathers, including Thomas Jefferson and George Washington, in fact had slaves and that slavery wasn't abolished until the Civil War. Here's an excerpt of the exchange that went down:

Bachmann: Well you know what’s marvelous is that in this country and under our constitution, we have the ability when we recognize that something is wrong to change it. And that’s what we did in our country. We changed it. We no longer have slavery. That’s a good thing. And what our Constitution has done for our nation is to give us the basis of freedom unparalleled in the rest of the world.
Stephanopoulos: I agree with that…
Bachmann: That’s what people want...they realize our government is taking away our freedom.

Stephanopoulos: But that’s not what you said. You said that the Founding Fathers worked tirelessly to end slavery.

Bachmann: Well if you look at one of our Founding Fathers, John Quincy Adams, that’s absolutely true. He was a very young boy when he was with his father serving essentially as his father’s secretary. He tirelessly worked throughout his life to make sure that we did in fact one day eradicate slavery...

Stephanopoulos: He wasn’t one of the Founding Fathers – he was a president, he was a Secretary of State, he was a member of Congress, you’re right he did work to end slavery decades later. But so you are standing by this comment that the Founding Fathers worked tirelessly to end slavery?

Bachmann: Well, John Quincy Adams most certainly was a part of the Revolutionary War era. He was a young boy but he was actively involved.

A founding father that was a young boy?! He was 9 years old. Let's throw Superman into this too, since he can fly and reverse time. Of course Jeebus is a founding father, he did create the earth in order to give birth to himself and then save the earth all over again 2,000 years later. How much further can we lower the bar? I mean how can she expect to be taken seriously as a Presidential contender and she doesn't know John Q. Adams was the 6th President and hardly a founding father. We learned this stuff in middle school, typically with a song or some rhyme to remember all the President's of the US. This is laughable, but it's also sad, because she believes, truly believes that Obama with all of his flaws is afraid of her based on her intellectual abilities. She thinks that he some how is afraid of a debate on the issues and is a serious substantive competitor. In her world, Obama and his team will do whatever they can do diminish her because of their intense fear of her. This from the person that leads the tea party, who believes that the Revolutionary War began in New Hampshire and not Massachusetts (Boston TEA PARTY). This is like Manny Paqiano fighting an emaciated child, no competition. Maybe she is just faking it till she makes it. My shih-tzu wouldn't be afraid to debate Michelle Bachmann. I would feel totally comfortable going out for 3 nights straight with Amy Winehouse, drinking Four Loko, smoking crack, smearing myself with peanut butter and having orgies with random want to be rappers named Tron and debate Michelle Bachmann and I'm confident I could win. Her Congressional district should be embarrassed every time she opens her mouth after they finish laughing at every idiotic thing that comes out of that gaping hole that never closes. It seems that Intelligent Design and Flake History are taught at the same school and Bachmann and Palin along with the majority of the Republican field hold master's degree's.

If this rodeo clown is an example of the quality of presidenti­al political candidates in the US, Americans will soon again become the laughing stock of the world when her vacuous rhetoric, ignorance of American history and inability to be responsive to a question becomes more apparent. First she is channeling a gay serial killing clown now this... What is happening down there girls? Are Bachman and Palin drinking from the same suspect water supply? Are there bimbo republican pills?

It would only be worse if Bachmann were black...

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