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    Re: Michele Bachmann announces presidential campaign

    Sounds like I disagree with every thing she believes and stands for BUT: doesn't that mean she represents what more than a handful of people believe?

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    Re: Michele Bachmann announces presidential campaign

    I wonder how Sarah Palin feels about this news...

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    Re: Michele Bachmann announces presidential campaign

    Quote Originally Posted by BDBoop View Post
    Sounds like I disagree with every thing she believes and stands for BUT: doesn't that mean she represents what more than a handful of people believe?
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    Re: Michele Bachmann announces presidential campaign

    Quote Originally Posted by SheWolf View Post
    I wonder how Sarah Palin feels about this news...
    I said before that I can't see either of them second-chairing the other. Michelle declared first, and last I heard, Sarah thought she'd do better from the sidelines. But a week or so later, she said she hadn't decided yet. So who knows.

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    Re: Michele Bachmann announces presidential campaign

    I'm calling 5% of the popular vote for Bachmann, max.
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    Re: Michele Bachmann announces presidential campaign

    Quote Originally Posted by BDBoop View Post
    Sounds like I disagree with every thing she believes and stands for BUT: doesn't that mean she represents what more than a handful of people believe?
    I guess time will tell. But I have a hard time believing she has a chance. At least I have to think that for my sanity.

    At this point, I am beginning to wonder if the conservative party has turned into the radical theocracy party. It's just bizarre to me that someone so extreme is running from one of the main two parties. This is the sort of candidate that, 10 or 20 years ago, we'd expect to see running from some obscure little party that everyone laughs at. How someone like Bachmann became mainstream is just beyond me.

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    Re: Michele Bachmann announces presidential campaign

    Quote Originally Posted by MistressNomad View Post
    Why are only the most shameful of Minnesota politicians involved in this one? Man...

    She thinks global warming is a hoax, wants to teach creationism in schools, supports a constitutional ban on SSM (she even goes as far as to call being gay a "sexual disorder"), and thinks we should consider going nuclear with Iran.

    She is insane to the point of delusion, and she was one of the early warning signs of the GOP going off the rails.

    Seriously, yeah, I'm a liberal, but I don't mind conservatives. Really. It's just that people like her are not "conservatives." They're insane. Real conservatives are abandoning the GOP like a sinking ship in embarrassment. People like Bachmann are the reason why.
    I guess I'm insane then, coz ya know all us Hic's just loves the girly politicians.. Tee Hee shucks golly..

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    Re: Michele Bachmann announces presidential campaign

    Quote Originally Posted by Your Star View Post
    Very true.

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    I'll bet you believed every promose that Obama made, didn't ya??? Didn't ya? So what the **** is the diff?
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    Re: Michele Bachmann announces presidential campaign

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    I'll bet you believed every promose that Obama made, didn't ya??? Didn't ya? So what the **** is the diff?
    What do you think of Bachmann's announcement?

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    Re: Michele Bachmann announces presidential campaign

    Quote Originally Posted by MistressNomad View Post
    I guess time will tell. But I have a hard time believing she has a chance. At least I have to think that for my sanity.

    At this point, I am beginning to wonder if the conservative party has turned into the radical theocracy party. It's just bizarre to me that someone so extreme is running from one of the main two parties. This is the sort of candidate that, 10 or 20 years ago, we'd expect to see running from some obscure little party that everyone laughs at. How someone like Bachmann became mainstream is just beyond me.

    Pat Robertson ran in the late eighties trying to the R nomination.

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