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Showing posts with label Bachmann. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bachmann. Show all posts

Saturday, November 29, 2014

The Daily GOP Ignominious: GOP Women At Thanksgiving Week


Racism, Ignorance, lies and The Obama Thanksgiving "Hater" ALL GOP Women!



Could someone help me understand why these utterances are not pure racism?






Yes, Bachmann "went there."  Do they not realize that carefully archived US History is 180 degree opposite her fact (empty) lie recanting.  But, of course, we know she speaks to people who are susceptible to her insanity.






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It is so obvious the social/political Right is consumed with hatred of the Obama's and their life as denizens of the White House. We now have another example of a Right-wing hater (Republican) garnering  praise from the Right for attacking the Obama daughters and throwing right-wing fodder regarding Obama and FLOTUS as 'disrespectful." 


Disrespect?


Jan 2007 Funny, funny! Not really, imagine President Obama quipping and joking as such. 

Machismo and bravado was rampant before the nation's economic collapse. six months after these January exhibitions, his world changed exponentially and with an economic slant. Did you imagine President Obama saying and performing similarly?
The Great Bush Recession started in December 2007. The Bush Administration denied the recession until  after the GOP McCain/Palin loss in November 2008.
April 2008
Within weeks of the November election President Elect Barack Obama.
December 2008. "Today's Jobs data...."  
He should have said: "Now that the election is over and considering today's jobs data....."
  
As the Obama's continue the presidential tradition (since Ronald Reagan) with the "Pardon the Turkey" thing, the public relations ploy has worn a bit thin.  It is obvious years ago the Obama daughters had no interest in the camera and P/R Op.  Why bother with nit-picking and comment to exit the Haters? The question is rhetorical. why know why...don't we!
Disrespect?
Bush in China October 2008.
The GOP official from Tennessee, forgets, we have video archived.
....AND THE BAND PLAYS ON....
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Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Bachmann alludes to black genocide!

Bachmann Strikes Again
As Congress considers funding for the Nation Women's History Museum, a bit of insanity ensued. The insane remarks will not surprise you as you consider the source. Michelle "The Sky is Falling" Bachmann has again fantasized and postulated for effect. 

After constructing the last sentence with attention to keyboarding as politically correct as possible, I must follow with the straight scoop. Michelle Bachmann rose to speak to Congress with an oral cavity full of outright lies and zany utterances. Basically, Bachmann, like Rand Paul, "a bit of misinformation" is a good thing. As with Paul, we expect over the to hyperbole as core to a bundle of lies from the Minnesota Congresswoman. I posit, Bachmann's lies have reached the outer-limits of sanity, and punched into the universe of "crazy" ass liar.
“Among the most troubling examples is the museum’s glowing review of the woman who embraced [the] eugenics movement in the United States, Margaret Sanger,” the Minnesota Republican explained. “She’s an abortion trailblazer, and she is the founder of Planned Parenthood, which this body has sought to defund.”  
“Yet, the museum glosses over Margaret Sanger’s avid support for sterilization of women and abortion, and for the elimination of chosen ethic groups, particularly African-Americans, and classes of people.”
As I turn the screed over to a Raw Story report on the latest Bachmann craziness, I want to state a key point.  I doubt there is one African-American in the nation (beyond 2% of the 4% black people in the GOP) who feels  a need to have Bachmann as a guardian angel. Better yet, I assert the populace isn't at all comfortable with Bachmann as a rational person, certainly not one who would have interest in the black community. 

Also, is the African-American community a convenient populace for discussion or mention of genocide?  Is Bachmann so stuck in the GOP paradigm she cannot find other demographic groups for her flawed thinking and less than honest statement? 

Michele Bachmann ties women’s museum to ‘eugenics’ and the ‘elimination’ of blacks (via Raw Story )
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) on Wednesday opposed the National Women’s History Museum by connecting it to “eugenics” and same-sex marriage. During a House debate on whether or not Congress should appoint a commission to study how to move forward…

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Thursday, December 26, 2013

The Chamber Of Commerce Has A Problem! "A Mission Too Far"

A major Palin cheerleader, Van Sustren Fox News, has to redirect her completely twilight-zone guest. Fox actually pays) Palin for these inane ramble scripts? "Stupid is......"

While not a threat to the Chamber of Commerce since she ill not run for office, yet a perfect  GOP "fool" model.

ttp://youtu.be/wx62EZxkpLU


The Chamber of Commerce, a Republican business entity, looks to avoid GOP fools to win elections. Well, The Chamber had better get rid of Bachmann, silence Palin, run Gohmert out of his district and gag the majority of Tea Party members of Congress. In other words, the Chamber has embarked on a "mission too far."

If the Chamber wants to rid of "fools" to win elections, it is seriously backing the wrong party.

The Raw Story Re-Post

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Chamber of Commerce sets GOP goal for 2014: ‘No fools on our ticket’ (via Raw Story )
The GOP’s corporate allies have set a New Year’s resolution they hope will lead to electoral victory in the 2014 midterms: “No fools on our ticket.” Republican House leaders are planning to impose discipline on unruly members to help avert the…

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Saturday, September 28, 2013

Michelle Bachmann Goes "GOPing" And Runs Into Blitzer


There is Something wrong here!
Earlier today, I posted about a phenomenon that has worked its way into my lexicon. As language changes and evolves, I am certain my adjusted lexicon (addition) will catch-on. There is little doubt as evidenced by a recent interview on CNN. Wolf Blitizer apparently tired of Michelle Bachmann's insane drivel.  Blitzer uncharacteristically pushed an probed. In the end, Blitzer did not accdomplish the progress he had hoped.

His problem was not his interview technique, nor his impatience with Bachmann. Bachmann has mastered the art of what I now call "GOPing."  GOP and conservative lies comparable to an alternate universe of life we are just starting to grasp. It is possible Blitzer as any news room host knew Bachmann's nuances and idiosyncrasies and was prepared to tear into her protective moat. 

http://youtu.be/QFilFCQS2fk


What do you think? I personally think she has serious cognitive issues that someone should diagnose to facilitate treatment.


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GOP Takes Pants On Fire Off The Charts! Let's Go Goping

Pants on Fire!
GOP National emblem. Let's Go GOPing!

“John Connelly thought he was on the right track in life. The son of a New Jersey auto mechanic, he was the first in his family to go to college when he enrolled in Rutgers in 2009,” Cruz said on the Senate floor. “Four years later, the 22-year-old found himself $21,000 in debt, without a permanent job and sleeping on friends’ couches in New Jersey and Brooklyn.” 
Ted Cruz via his fake filibuster, after which he promptly voted against his showboating act.

The Lie.

Ted Cruz is allegedly a Christian. I wonder if he recognizes this:


The Ten Commandments

Did you recognize Commandment # Nine (9)? Has "bearing false witness become so GOP, we as a nation need to add to our language lexicon. How about an argument in which one participant of calls a "GOPer!", as in "you 
are a liar." How about, "You're telling a GOP!" For the real guttural arguments one participants tell the other,"I am tired of your GOPing ass!"  

These isn't a politician nor human alive who will not at a given moment tell a lie. Whether a soft lie, a stretch of the truth, a bold lie or a flat out "GOP" (lie), bearing false witness will happen. Hereafter, in this piece we will refer to the lie as a "GOP." 

We feel the act of telling a "GOP" becomes serious when we are bombarded with lies that are deleterious to the nation.  If we add another dimension, the "GOP" involving a person used to make the "GOP" sound more effective. We are going to explore the John Connolly from the Ted Cruz fake filibuster, but as is the on the TPI, we show a few examples.   There is not need to view each example. We strongly suggest Anderson Coopers $200 million India trip and the Politifact Pants on Fire links.

Chuck Grassly "Death panels"

Bachmann "Founding Fathers worked tirelessly to rid of slavery"

Bachmann "President Obama $200 million per day trip to India"

Politifact Dot Com "Pants on Fire" Pages (13 pages look to see how the GOP is by far Number #1 in the Pants on Fire analyses!)

The Ted Cruz...big lie.

The ED Show with special guest John Connolly in the flesh.



GOPing is an intriguing phenomenon. It is as shortsighted as running into the shame door jam twice in 30 seconds. If you think that is implausible, how about placing the right shoe on the left foot twice in 30 seconds; and lacing the show each time? How is it possible the people who GOP most have little regard for electronic archives? Maybe they feel very comfortable in their knowledge people who listen to them will accept any and all they say without question. 

Maybe, like Mitt Romney they hire incompetent advisers and staff.  Or, maybe they simply have so little respect for you, they lie to you each and every day.
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Saturday, July 13, 2013

Bachmann Unleashes More "Hot Air" About ObamaCare

In late June, the Obama Administration responded to concerns from business about mandatory coverage for employees if the business has 50 or more employees.

The business sector asked for the postponement of the mandate and it was generated for one year.  Ironically, only 4% of businesses have concerns with the mandate because the vast majority of employers provided medical insurance coverage for employees.  Robert Reich, former Secretary of Labor-Clinton Administration, posited in early July the delay may have political purpose as we head towards the mid-term elections. Reich also rightfully posited that the longer the delay in full implementation the long the GOP has to "Demonize" the ACA. 

Reich is again 'dead on'.  Michelle Bachmann has again come forth with rhetoric comparable to any she has told over the past few years. 

Huff Post July 12, 2013
“I made Obamacare an issue,” Bachmann said. “That’s why even the president is admitting it’s not working and the chief author is calling it a train wreck.”
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) renewed her criticism of Obamacare during an event in Elk River, Minnesota, saying the Affordable Care Act is preventing job creation.


“The No. 1 reason we are failing to see more jobs being created is because of the president’s health care plan,” Bachmann said, according to MinnPost.


Bachmann later told Minn Post's Cyndy Brucato it's been a highlight of her time in office to criticize President Barack Obama's health care plan.

Earlier this year Bachmann 'went here': "Repeal this failure before it literally kills women, kills children, kills senior citizens," Bachmann said.

Read more 
Other comments from Bachmann and top GOP Leaders. 

USA Today July 2, 2013  

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said the "White House seems to slowly be admitting what Americans already know ... that Obamacare needs to be repealed." 

House Republicans, who have tried to repeal the Affordable Care Act 37 times, echoed McConnell.

"The best delay for ObamaCare is a permanent one," said House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va.
Bachmann healthcare claims FactChecked.

While the GOP is known for 'fear mongering' and known for major concern with the president's signature piece of legislation, it amazes the GOPy practices incessant rhetoric without details to backup their rhetoric. 

If the ACA provides any benefit to society, why not attack the "GOP problem" from a perspective of making the ACA better for all parties?  

Bachmann and issues of veracity. 


FactCheck.org : Bachmann Bungles Benghazi, Food Stamps







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Saturday, June 22, 2013

MARIO PIPERNI: " Who Needs Immigrants....?"

Re posted from Mario Piperni Dot Com

Who Needs Immigrants When You Can Breed Your Own Voters

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Sad day for liberals. The jig is up.

As much as liberals wanted to conceal the real reason they felt so strongly about immigration reform, they simply weren’t smart enough to outfox the likes of Bryan ‘Sherlock‘ Fischer of the American Family Association. Fischer revealed to his listeners the true motive behind liberals’ attempt at comprehensive immigration reform.


Conservatives are just outbreeding liberals and that’s a huge problem for liberals…because there’s just going to be more conservatives…10, 20 years down the road, they’re just going to be outnumbered. And that’s why they are so dedicated to amnesty.

We are breeding our own voters. We are conceiving our own voters. They’ve got to import them. They’re not producing them so they’ve got to import them. So, that’s why they’re so enamored with illegal aliens and amnesty for them is they’ve got to find some way to get these people on the voter rolls to just maintain numerical parity with conservatives.

Great point! Conceiving is always preferable to importing and as always another astute analysis by a conservative.

I need to ask again: why do conservatives get all the smart ones? Palin, Beck, Gohmert, Bachmann, Bush, Perry, Cain – the list goes on and on and on…

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Thursday, March 21, 2013

The Daily GOP Ignominious: Michelle Bachmann

           


If you want to see the epitome of Right-wing 'nut' job (bery) consider the latest video expose with Michelle Bachmann (R) Minnesota.  Bachmann has again unleashed a barrage of complete insanity directed at President Obama

I have my issues with the President, but rest assured Bachmann has not come close to touching on any level of sane criticism of Obama.  If fact, with every 'open-mount insert foot' she exposes the shallowness and desperation of the constituency.   Let's be be more specific, the shallowness of people who continue to vote Bachmann into the US House Of Representatives (The House of OZ).















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Friday, November 30, 2012

Mario Piperni: Secretary of State Jon Huntsman?

Cross posted from Mario Piperni Dot Com. Never does a day pass without a visit to  Piperni's webpage. 

Secretary of State Jon Huntsman?

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Just finished reading a HuffPo piece on Jon Huntsman and his thoughts on the Republican primary and his party’s shortcomings. I’ve always viewed Huntsman as far and away the most rational of the Republican nominees. Unfortunately, he was much too rational for a political party where right-wing fanaticism ruled and science had become little more than a four letter word. Any chance Huntsman had of winning the Republican nomination ended the day he tweeted the following:
How warped was Republican’s thinking during the primary? Well, one can say with a fair amount of certainty that had the primary come down to a choice between Jon Huntsman and the amazingly ignorant Herman Cain, pizza man would have taken it. Here’s how Huntsman now views those heady days of lunacy.
Some do it professionally. Some were entertainers. I looked down the debate stage, and half of them were probably on Fox contracts at one point in their career. You do that. You write some books. You go out and you sell some more. You get a radio gig or a TV gig out of it or something. And it’s like, you say to yourself, the barriers of entry to this game are pretty damn low.
With Bachmann, Cain, Santorum and Gingrich in the running, “pretty damn low” is an understatement.
Some are now floating the idea that President Obama should choose Huntsman to replace Hillary as Secretary of State. It’s an idea definitely worth considering.
Huntsman on foreign policy:
We used to be the party that put out wars: Eisenhower, Korea; Nixon, Vietnam; Reagan, the Cold War. And here we talk about starting wars. That’s all Republicans on the defense side seem to want to talk about — not negotiating a way forward diplomatically, as we had under earlier Republican administrations, but always falling back on the war option as if we haven’t had enough over the past 12 years.
As much as I’d love to see Susan Rice get the nomination because: a) she’s as qualified as any to fill the post, and b) just to stick it to John McCain who has solidified his bitter old man persona with his ridiculous Benghazi stance, a Jon Huntsman pick would work on many levels.
  • he has the respect of most Democrats so confirming him as  Secretary of State would not pose much of a problem
  • his position on foreign policy matches the President’s and Huntsman’s years as Obama’s ambassador to China shows that the two can work together
  • bipartisanship would get a major boost
As much as the GOP deserves every bit of scorn and criticism that’s been thrown their way by the left, they still are the choice of half the nation. President Obama’s bipartisanship efforts over the last four years have not gained him any favor with wingnuts but now that he’s been given a second mandate, a willingness to bridge the great divide between left and right is well worth the effort.
As for people like the conservative who wrote the following in a HuffPo comment, let them rant on in their shrinking world. Responsible decisions should never be governed by what the crazies perceive as truth.
There was only one issue in 2012 – would America’s leeching Takers continue to be allowed to rent seek off of our Makers at the point of a government gun.
After three quarters of a century of the advance of socialism under the guise of our growing social democratic state, the Takers finally won the political war – with Huntsman the RINO advocate for appeasement.
From here on, the war must move to non-violent, extra-democratic means to destroy the social democratic state and restore freedom to all Americans … and Huntsman, the accommodationist to socialist ambitions, has no place in this revolution.
He and America as we have known it are history.
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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

The Daily GOP Ignominious: Bachmann and Romney



Michelle Bachmann and Mitt Romney have to share today's GOP Ignominious.  I realize it will be hard for Mitt Romney to share the 'liars' stage with the seasoned 'serial lair' Bachmann, but she has just about taken her insanity to a new level.  During a meeting with groups of GOP supports in Jacksonville Florida, Bachmann intimated the she would lower the US minimum wage to match overseas pay scales We are guessing she says so in an insane effort to make a point about bring jobs back tot eh US of A.

It is important to keep in mind, John Boehner has publicly stated support for Bachmann. Last year he said, he respects her intelligence, and that is why he placed her on the Intelligence Committee.  Well, we suspect his reason is quite the opposite as he decided to place Bachmann on the committee. He must have wanted a clear model of how he wanted the committee NOT TO WORK, so he placed the inimitable example squarely a midst a key Congressional Committee.  His decision is a clear reflection Boehner as a leader.

Yahoo News
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann said Friday she wouldn't rule out changes to the federal minimum wage as a way to lower the cost of doing business and lure corporations back to the United States.
See More.. (we refuse to give more bandwidth to Bachmann's complete insanity) 

We will post a short passage from the article that reminds of Backmann's John Wayne hometown embarrassment a few years back.  
Bachmann told the crowd she knows Florida will play an important role in the election. 
"We will be back here many, many, many, many, many times in Jacksonville, and we're going to be old friends and neighbors by the time this is all done," she said. 
Though at one point, she forgot she was in a local sub shop while talking about helping businesses. 
"Can you imagine if good businesses like Subway," she began before the crowd drowned her out shouting, "Angie's!" 
She made up for it by starting a chant of "Angie's Subs!" at the end of her remarks.
Michelle Bachmann is an embarrassment to US politics without exception.  She is the embodiment of an ignominious; she even exceeds the hardcore 'liar' of the caliber of Mitt Romney.

Think Progress....

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Friday, July 27, 2012

Michele Bachmann’s Toxic Brand of Christianity

Cross posted from www.mariopiperni.com


The Progressive Influence thanks Mario for his artistry, his wit, his commitment to progressivism, love of country and  permission to share his renderings (art and screeds).


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Frank Bruni questions Michele Bachmann’s version of Christian love.
What I find most fascinating about Michele Bachmann — and there are many, many more where she came from — is that she presents herself as a godly woman, humbly devoted to her Christian faith. I’d like to meet that god, and I’d like to understand that Christianity.
Bachmann’s concept of Christian love brims with hate, and she has a deep satchel of stones to throw. From what kind of messiah did she learn that?
Indeed. Bachmann’s attack on Hillary Clinton aide, Huma Abedin (Abedin is apparently an agent for the Muslim Brotherhood…sigh), is just another example of the delusional crusade Bachmann has embarked upon in her battle to filter out those she deems impure. She follows in the footsteps of Jerry Falwell, Pat Robertson and other hate mongers who shield themselves behind the Bible and use politics as a means to further their demonization of Muslims, gays and any other sector of society that does not fit neatly into their narrow interpretation of what constitutes good.
Bruni takes a look at some of Bachmann’s illogical beliefs and conspiratorial theories on homosexuals, Muslims and women’s rights. He closes with:
Most of us distinguish, rightly, between Muslim extremists and other followers of Islam. Perhaps we should start noting the difference between Christians of real compassion and those exclusionary spite.
Bachmann’s on to something: dangerous fundamentalists have indeed set up camp deep inside the capital. She can find one in her office. She need only look in the mirror.
Is this not clear enough? And yet the people of Minnesota keep on putting into office an individual who is clearly mentally unfit to govern. Why?
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Sunday, March 25, 2012

Gingrich and Bachmann continue the ' Fool Parade'

A President Vs.
Frick
Frack

A President leads, and the cacophony of political rejects vie for air-time.

On Friday, Obama broke his silence on the shooting of the unarmed African-American teenager in Florida, a case that has launched a national movement."If I had a son, he'd look like Trayvon," Obama said, underscoring how the issue affected him on a personal level. "I think [Trayvon's parents] are right to expect that all of us as Americans are going to take this with the seriousness it deserves, and we are going to get to the bottom of exactly what happened."Gingrich took exception with Obama's comments during a radio interview later on Friday, saying they were "disgraceful."
"It's not a question of who that young man looked like," he said. "Any young American of any ethnic background should be safe, period. We should all be horrified, no matter what the ethnic background. Is the president suggesting that, if it had been a white who'd been shot, that would be OK, because it wouldn't look like him? That's just nonsense."

An Obama Administration campaign official responds to Gingrich's obvious effort at political differentiation.  Gingrich has yet to refer to our president as President Obama. He has litter his campaign trail with coded messages to people who may find the shooting of the unarmed teenager as a sort of , "oh well'. If I am not mistaken Gingrich not once uttered a condolences to the parents of the murdered kid.  Nor, has he sufficiently address the killing as has another GOP campaign candidates (Santorum).  His indifference to the murder is only surpassed by his wish to have young black kids work as janitors.  All said, Gingrich seeks to gain political points in a backdrop of tragedy..  



The voice of a pure nut case comes out.  No not Sarah Palin, I speak of Palin's 'buddy', the serially cognitive deficient Michelle Bachmann.


Huff Post - POLITICS
"Well, I think what Newt Gingrich said is that race shouldn't be a factor," Bachmann said when asked about Gingrich's comments. "All human life is valuable. And it's interesting the second part of David Plouffe's answer, he said the same thing. All human life is valuable. That should be the bottom line." 
"I'm a mother, a mother of five biological children, but also a mother of 23 great foster children," she added. "And when you're a mother, of course, when something tragic like this happens, you want to know what the truth is, what's the result. That's why an investigation is so important. We have to get to the truth about what really happened, not imagine what happened, but actually get to the truth."
Regardless of intent, Bachmann joins Gingrich in the realm of the disinterested.  Of course, Plouffe said race should not matter, but as an African-American president, why shouldn't Obama take the issue to a personal level.  Both Gingrich and Bachmann know  this  murder would have investigated very differently were the roles reversed.  If Zimmermann lay in his own blood dead on a sidewalk, with Martin standing nearby with a  gun, no one dare say that Martin would not have been arrested (if for, but a few hours).  I have not even read that Zimmerman was handcuffed. There-in lies the central issue.

Factually speaking President Obama would have been woefully inappropriate if he had not sought opportunity to address the issue. He chose very adroitly to address the parents for their lose and express concern the process runs it course.

Since I previously address Gingrich and his antics over the past year, let me make a quick point about the ignominious Bachmann.  This is the very same campaign figure who extolled the virtues of slavery as an ideal state (of bondage) vs. the modern family. She commented about the father of the slave family being in the home.  How completely ignorant must one be to know that the father of the salve family  had no control over white (or black) slave owners yanking his wife or children up to a platform to be sold like a farm animal.  

I think it clear the GOP has lost its way in America.  Despicable people like Bachmann, Gingrich and, I am certain we will hear from another (Palin), should restrict their asininity to politics and leave social issues to more intelligent people.


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