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I think that Michelle Bachmann is trying to get hired by Trump as #2 on his ticket. She might be a good #2

Posted on | April 19, 2011 | 4 Comments

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4 Responses to “I think that Michelle Bachmann is trying to get hired by Trump as #2 on his ticket. She might be a good #2”

  1. Jason Bourne
    April 19th, 2011 @ 6:23 pm

    Yup, she definitely has the makings of number two.

  2. Veritas
    April 19th, 2011 @ 7:26 pm

    She would indeed and is differentiating herself from Huckabee in her Eligibility stance.

  3. turnright
    April 19th, 2011 @ 8:22 pm

    Bachmann doesn’t have the right stuff. She’s a wussy opportunist, as shown by her trying to climb on the ‘birther’ bandwagon come lately. Put her in charge of foster care at the federal level, maybe Health and Human Services, but not close to real power.

    She had her shot at greatness. She threw it away. All she would have to have done long ago is say: “The President has not conclusively proven his United States citizenship in a manner that even his home state would today require”… or words to that effect. But what did we get? Bachmann’s chief legal aide said recently that Obama’s eligibility issue is far down the list of what’s important to the Congresswoman. FOR SHAME! And now, smelling the defeat she has snatched from victory, she’s trying to erase her character flaw… her cowardliness.

    She suffers from the same thing Ron Paul does, incumbency xenophobia. When asked a year ago or so why he didn’t demand Obama prove himself, the Iron Man of Principle said: “If I did that I’d get laughed out of Congress”. Just the perfect character trait for going up against Putin or Ahmadinejad… FEAR. Can you imagine where we’d be if Ronald had been a fraidy-cat?

    Nixon said that the single greatest mistake of his presidency was not ordering the mining of the harbor at Haiphong on his first day in office. I feel Bachmann has made her great mistake before she’s had a chance to be President. Good! It weeds out the frail of heart.

  4. turnright
    April 20th, 2011 @ 8:13 pm

    “Yup, she definitely has the makings of number two.”

    Jason… THAT was funny. Not to put a finer point on it than it needs, I assume you meant the kind of ‘number two’ that a first grader means by holding two fingers up in class while getting the teacher’s attention.

    Bachmann just stepped all over herself with golf shoes with Stephanopoulos when interviewed on his “George’s Bottom Line” show.

    And she’s a lawyer with a really real law degree? What a ditz!!

    “Stephanopoulos: Last night you were on Fox News suggesting the president should come forward with his birth certificate as well —

    Bachmann: Well, what I have said about that is, I was asked a question about that and Republicans are constantly asked to vouch for the authenticity of the birth certificate. The only one who can is the clerk of court in the county where someone is born and that’s where people should go. Don’t ask Republicans, go ask the clerk of court.

    Stephanopoulos: Well, actually one of your supporters in the state of Iowa has put forth a bill that would require presidential candidates to file their birth certificate with their candidacy, do you support that?

    Bachmann: Well, Governor Jan Brewer just vetoed that bill in Arizona because she felt that that was a bridge too far, that it wouldn’t be up to the authenticators in each state to do that, that that would be a federal issue. There is a federal piece of legislation that hasn’t gone anywhere that would also require that candidates put forward their birth certificate. I have no problem giving my birth certificate, it wouldn’t bother me at all. I’ve got one, its authenticated, take it.

    [Bachmann was referring to H.R. 1503 which would have required presidential campaign committees to file “a copy of the candidate’s birth certificate.” Iowa Senate bill 368, which was introduced by Bachmann supporter Kent Sorenson, contained similar language, saying a candidate should file “a copy of the candidate’s birth certificate certified by the appropriate official in the candidate’s state of birth.”]

    Stephanopoulos: Well, but so does the president. According to the bill ‘a candidate for president or vice president shall attach to and file with the affidavit a copy of the candidate’s birth certificate certified by the appropriate official in the candidate’s state of birth.’

    Bachmann: That’s right.

    Stephanopoulos: Well I have the president’s certificate right here. It’s certified, it’s got a certification number. It’s got the registrar of the state signed. It’s got a seal on it. And it says ‘this copy serves as prima facie evidence of the fact of birth in any court proceeding.’

    Bachmann: Well, then that should settle it.

    Stephanopoulos: So it’s over?

    Bachmann: That’s what should settle it. I take the president at his word and I think– again I would have no problem and apparently the president wouldn’t either. Introduce that, we’re done. Move on.

    Stephanopoulos: Well this has been introduced. So this story is over?

    Bachmann: Well as long as someone introduces it I guess it’s over.

    Stephanopoulos: It’s right there.

    Bachmann: Yeah, there you go. Because that is not the main issue facing the United States right now.”

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