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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by digsbe View Post
    I guess, but I think we could probably both agree that Hillary Clinton would be a better president then Obama and Bachmann. I would seriously consider voting for her.
    i have to agree..

    IMO, bachmann(among others) is in danger of ruining a valid republican candidate's chances

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    The radical rights reaction to Romney is akin to watching somebody with a serious disease rejecting the doctors medicine which can cure them simply because they do not like the taste of it. They would seemingly rather die that accept what is going to help them.

    That is more than fine with me. The one person I believe could beat Obama is Mitt Romney if all factions of the party united behind him. But they will not or at least not until it is too late and means precious little after they through their very public fit of pique.
    Mitt Romeny will have to sell his soul to get their vote... ergo, the more he campaigns the worse he'll get.

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    the public saw the prescription and puked

    tsunami tuesday---most house seats since 1938, most state reps and leg's in history, 10 gubs, 6 senators...

    party on, practitioners
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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    I wonder what Palin is thinking about this... I think Bachmann has a lot on Palin in every way possible. Bachmann can hold her own in a debate, she doesn't get tripped up in tangled thoughts... no matter how crazy or wacky she sounds, she can still communicate in sentence form.

    Nor was Bachmann made by John McCain or another politician. She got herself in office, and inserted herself in national politics and stays relevant by participating in the political process, not tweeting. She won't need half as much "handling" as Palin did.

    Overall, she has a better chance to win over Palin.. It would be funny to see them debate each other though...

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    If Bachmann runs, lets hope Palin runs.... lol

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    insiders would intimate that ms bachmann's serious consideration is very strong indication (among many others) that mrs alaska would be out

    fyi

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    The primaries are going to be insane.
    He touched her over her bra and underpants, she says, and guided her hand to touch him over his underwear
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    We’ll say what? Something like “nothing happened” ... Yeah, we might say something like that.

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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by digsbe View Post
    I guess, but I think we could probably both agree that Hillary Clinton would be a better president then Obama and Bachmann. I would seriously consider voting for her.
    i would have as well.

    Originally Posted by johnny_rebson:

    These are the same liberals who forgot how Iraq attacked us on 9/11.


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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    The primaries are going to be insane.
    When do they start? I am so excited...


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    Re: Adviser: Bachmann likely to enter WH race

    Well, the woman has some heft in her background at least. Be nice to have a president with a little experience for a change.

    Bachmann was born on April 6, 1956. She graduated from Anoka High School in 1974. She then attended Winona State College, from which she graduated in 1978 with a degree in political science and English.

    She met her future husband, Marcus Bachmann, at Winona; they began dating in 1976 while working together on Jimmy Carter's presidential campaign. The couple married in 1978 and moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma. Bachmann's husband, Marcus Bachmann, operates a Christian counseling center in the St. Croix valley area. He has a master's degree in counseling from Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and a doctorate in clinical psychology from the Union Institute & University in Cincinnati.

    After moving to Tulsa, Michele Bachmann enrolled at the Bible-based Coburn School of Law, an affiliate of Oral Roberts University. She earned a Juris Doctorate at Coburn in 1986, and a post-doctorate degree from William and Mary Law School in Virginia in 1988.

    From 1988 to 1993, Bachmann was a U.S. Treasury Department attorney in St. Paul, Minnesota, representing the IRS against people who underpaid or failed to pay their taxes.

    Bachmann left that job to become a full-time mother. She has also had more than twenty foster children in her care.


    Minnesota state legislature

    In 1999, Bachmann ran as one of a slate of GOP candidates for the Stillwater, Minnesota school board, normally a non-partisan election. She and the other GOP-endorsed candidates did not win.

    In 2000, Bachmann won election as a state senator when she unseated fellow Republican Gary Laidig, who had held the seat for 28 years. Bachmann had won the GOP endorsement; the two then faced each other in the primary. In the general election, Bachmann defeated DFL nominee Ted Thompson.

    In 2002, Bachmann faced a 10-year incumbent, DFL state senator Jane Krentz, after district lines were redrawn following the 2000 census. Bachmann won the election by 9 percentage points.

    Congressional career

    2006 elections

    Bachmann defeated Democrat Patty Wetterling 50% to 42% in the 2006 congressional elections to replace Rep. Mark Kennedy, who vacated the seat to run for the U.S. Senate.

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