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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

She's Back - Idiot of the Day Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann

As I have previously stated (Read Artilce) Michele Bachmann clearly believes that truth doesn't matter and that if you can't find something bad to say - JUST MAKE SOMETHING UP. The more outrageous the better.

Looks like the far right is running with this health care reform-as-slavery meme. Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann accused President Obama of “turning our country into a nation of slaves,” this weekend at a conservative summit in Denver, Politico reports. She was riffing on a quote from Revolutionary War poet John Jay, who declared that “posterity shall never reproach us with having brought slaves into the world.”

This is all meant to play into the white supremacist fear that the republicans have been fanning since before the election. Then it was 'Obama's election means slavery for the whites' and 'It'll be payback for slavery'. Now of course they are letting their people know that they are already slaves - best way to start a racial war (lol...white people wanting to be free).

1 comment:

  1. This woman is a racist. I have no doubt that it kills her that a black man is president. It is amazing how the right can blame Obama for the 8 years of devastation that was caused by Bush camp.

    People expect Obama to wave a magic wand! Obama is doing a damn good job considering the pile of shit he inherited.

    People want to see Obama in a super hero outfit and dive into the ocean and plug the oil leak with his own hands.

    Perhaps the christians should expect more from their god. Why can't their god fix the oil leak and all of our economic problems?