I love this picture and you will never get me to stop using it. Rep. Michele Bachmann already gave her farewell address, but she hasn't gone home yet: In an interview with the Washington Free Beacon, outgoing Minnesota CongresswomanShow More Summary
Now that Michele Bachmann is leaving the House, it seems Nevada is longing for a shot at having the nation's craziest Michele. Nevada Republican Majority Leader, Michele Fiore, is likening herself to women who are unable to make their own reproductive choices. Show More Summary
On Friday’s “America’s Newsroom” on the Fox News Channel, outgoing Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) detailed an exchange she had with President Barack Obama she had at the White House Christmas party. According to Bachmann, despite her efforts, Obama was dismissive. Show More Summary
In a new interview with the Washington Free Beacon, the outgoing congresswoman revealed details of a conversation she had with President Barack Obama — likely her last such opportunity — at this week's White House Christmas party.
Religion News Service is carrying an interview with “conversion therapy” survivor Christian Schizzel who lays bare his experiences with Janet Boynes Ministries and Michele and Marcus Bachmann’s “counselling” services
In an interview with the Washington Free Beacon, outgoing Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann said she attended the White House Christmas party this week and used the opportunity to lobby the President to bomb Iran. Bachmann, who did not run for reelection in November, said she felt it was her...
Immediately following the House of Representatives’ passage of the so-called CR/omnibus spending bill, Reps. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) and Steve King (R-IA) reacted to the vote. Bachmann told host Sean Hannity a decision had been made months ago on amnesty, despite efforts to use this bill to take on President Barack Obama’s executive amnesty effort. Show More Summary
Fox News host Sean Hannity tore into another conservative, House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) on Thursday, questioning his party bonafides following the passage of the $1.1 trillion “Cromnibus” spending bill. “Michele Bachmann hit the nail on the head,” Hannity said....
MSNBC's "Hardball" anchor Chris Matthews got in a parting shot at outgoing Representative Michele Bachmann (R-MN) on Thursday. "Tonight we're recognizing her for the many outrageous, absurd and at times downright scary things she has said. Show More Summary
One of the most devoutly Dominionist (Fundamentalist Christian), and homophobic Teaparty Republicans is finally gracing Minnesotans with her departure. Michele Bachmann, one of the corrupt and notoriously cheap members of the House, gave her farewell speech yesterday. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, noted idiot Michele Bachmann took to the House floor to give a farewell speech fully rooted in the batshit reality that exists in her mind and her mind only. In another downright superb display of the ignorance that's she's...Show More Summary
"Look at Marcus Bachmann, Michele Bachmann’s husband. Anybody who has gaydar—anybody who has eyes—looks at him and sees a tormented closet case who has externalized his internal conflict and is abusing other people, doing his reparative-therapy bullshit. Show More Summary
In her farewell speech on the House floor, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) said that the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives is “under the authority” of the ancient biblical figure Moses. “We have so much to be thankful for, so much to be grateful for,” she said...
So long, Shemp. Let it go, let it go... Outgoing Rep. Michele Bachmann, true to form, attributed the United States' economic rise through history to "the Ten Commandments" in her final speech on the House floor Tuesday night. The Minnesota Republican cited to the U.S. Show More Summary
In Rep. Michele Bachmann’s farewell speech today, she gave kudos to “prayer warriors” and of course, Moses. She was thankful for her staff, her donors and the guy who literally drives the trains in the basement of the Capitol, according to the Star Tribune. “It’s an honor and it’s the ride of a lifetime,” Bachmann [...]
Via Wonkette: Michele Bachmann gave her farewell address to the House of Representatives Tuesday, and while we were worried that she might just stand up and announce that all her email should be forwarded to Shelly@CrazyEyes.com, she actually did deliver a thoroughly Bachmannian speech. Show More Summary
Slow curtain, the end.
Four terms is enough. Minnesota Republican Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is saying goodbye to Congress after four terms, but she’s not saying goodbye to politics altogether. In May, 2013, Bachmann announced her intention to leave her position. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, outgoing Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) gave her final speech on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives. The four-term congresswoman thanked her supporters, constituents, colleagues, staff and U.S. Capitol personnel. Show More Summary
With Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) leaving Congress at the end of this session — and delivering her final speech from the House floor earlier today — we thought it might just be the right time to revisit this retrospective, originally published last spring when the congresswoman and former GOP presidential candidate announced her plans to retire.