Friday, June 11, 2010

Michele Bachmann: Obama is Worst President in U.S. History (She's Right)


Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is a rising star in the Republican Party, a true representative of the tea party spirit. She’s plainspoken, brilliant, and incisive. She’s running for re-election to the House in Minnesota. And today, I had the chance to pre-record an interview with Congresswoman Bachmann for my radio show, “The Ben Shapiro Show,” broadcast Sundays 1-4 PM EST on 810 AM in Orlando, FL. You can also listen live at big810am.com.

In the interview, Congresswoman Bachmann characterizes President Obama’s response to the BP spill as “infantile,” says he’s the worst president in American history, says he’s siding with the Islamic world against Israel. How’s that for guts! Take a listen: CLICK HERE...

SHAPIRO: President Obama said in 2008 about his political enemies, who are never terrorists, by the way, but they’re members of the tea party — he said to his supporters, “I want you to argue with them and get in their faces … If they tell you, ‘Well he’s going to raise our taxes,’ you say, ‘No he’s not, he’s going to lower them.’

BACHMANN: In other words, go lie to people.

12 comments:

  1. Nothing beats a strong willed woman!!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. Now I know what happened to the Republican balls, the woman are wearing them.

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  3. You are correct Sal, the men have been neutered!
    Michelle is 100% correct -

    Luving the web site, keep up the great work!

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  4. Palin/Bachmann Bachmann/Palin
    The men had their shot and what have we got oooooooooooooooooooooooo. Its time for the skirts to replace the pants.

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  5. THE WOMAN ARE WEARING THEM ?

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  6. Tonight I sleep like a baby. Michelle bless her heart, has started the chorus, and soon it will be uttered simultaneously that Jimmey can go home to his peanut farm and live out the last few years of my life. I am no longer the worst president of all time. That distinction now belongs to our present president Obama, who wasen't even born in this country I might add. Say what you want about me, I was overmatched running this country, but at least I didn't try to injure our nation intentionaly like Obama is doing. Thank you Michelle, tonight I saunter into bed without taking anymore sleeping pills.

    RG

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  7. The external pouch is empty my friends, the Republican mens scrotum is very lonely from a lack of testis. They have long since been transferred by the females in the party. Long live Michelle Bachmann, Sarah Palin, Michelle Malkin and other females of their ilk.

    RG

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  8. Great thread. How about a shout out for Jan Brewer.

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  9. They met in Washington. Finally Obama will have an ass to kick, but Jan Brewer turned the tables on Obama and unlike the wobbly Republicn men she kicked Obama's ass instead.

    Why why why why why why why why why can't just one male Republican stand up to Obama and call him out on his Marxist policies like the females in the party do????????

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  10. We are all suffering the results of November 4, 2008.

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  11. Like a bad repair job Obama fails to reach even an acceptable level. Remorse is our penalty for putting this gnawing distress in the peoples house. Like anxiety and like a plague, this vexation must be removed for America to come together. Michelle Bachmann can muster up the scattered forces and rally a renewed offensive for a group enthusiasm. She is one of the few politicians who does not nibble around the edges, but instead bites into the center of the truth---and Michelle is already on record declaring---if she ever achieves higher office she will never rely on a teleprompter.

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  12. If one has the qualificiations gender should play no role in who can become president. Michelle Bachmann is one applicant that I would vote for.

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