Rep. Michele Bachmann has always been a laughingstock as a Republican congresswoman (except for the Tea Party), but now she's trying to reach out to Tim LaHaye and his Left Behind series of books. I wouldn't be surprised if she comes...Show More Summary
Oh, Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa). With Michele Bachmann retiring, we're going to have to count on you for incoherent defenses of antiquarian antipathies. Like, how would you explain your disappointment in Arizona for not passing that "Gays Not Served Here " law? Read more...
Appearing on the debut of Breitbart News Saturday, Rep. Michele Bachmann said that President Barack Obama has done more damage to America abroad because of his clueless foreign policy than he has to the country at home. Speaking to Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Show More Summary
The limited government, anti-bailout Tea Party movement party turned five years old on Feb. 27. They marked the occasion with an event in Washington, D.C. including speakers Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn. Sen. Rand Paul, R- Ky., and Sen.Ted Cruz, R-Tex...
Michele Bachmann (R-MN) joined the Tea Party 5th anniversary event, but said she could not stay long because “I’m being audited by the IRS.” Bachmann thanked the Tea Party for what they did for this nation “What you did for America was...Show More Summary
On Tuesday evening, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) went on The O'Reilly Factor to try to clarify some statements she recently made about American not being "ready" for a female president. So, as a follow-up to that segment last night,Show More Summary
According to Michele Bachmann, legalized discrimination “eviscerates free speech.” Asked by host [Wolf] Blitzer what she thinks Governor Jan Brewer should do with the bill sitting on her desk, Bachmann replied that we need to have “tolerance” for people on both sides of the issue. “I think what we need to do is respect both […]
CNN's Wolf Blitzer hounded Rep. Michele Bachmann over Arizona's religious freedom bill on Wednesday and "disagreed" that religious beliefs of business owners are being violated when they are forced to act against their consciences and serve all customers. "Americans are very tolerant people. Show More Summary
Michele Bachmann sat down with Bill O'Reilly Tuesday night to clarify her recent comments about how Americans "aren't ready" for a woman president. She told O'Reilly that there are some people still not comfortable with the idea, but the "overwhelming majority of Americans" would embrace it.
Michele Bachmann (R., Minn.) is back in the spotlight, after saying in an interview that the U.S. isn't ready for a woman to be president.
Conservative Minnesota congresswoman and former U.S. Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann has drawn the ire of the Internet for declaring that America is not ready for a woman president and Barack Obama only became president because of white guilt.
Cal Thomas spoke with Michele Bachmann, who is convinced the Tea Party is more electable than Hillary Clinton. Bachmann says a lot of people “aren’t ready” for a female president. “I think there was a cachet about having an African-American president because of guilt.” (Presumably she means because of slavery and the lengthy denial of […]
Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann remains the gift that keeps on giving for journalists, bloggers — and Democrats. Despite the (in)famous photo that showed her inhaling a corn dog, every time she opens her mouth she gives journalists and bloggers great quotes that often seem to come from here. And she talks in ways sure to [...]
Rep. Michele Bachmann does not think much of a possible Hillary Clinton run for president, because Benghazi! And Obamacare! But Bachmann also has some thoughts about the demand for a female president, and it seems to boil down to some...Show More Summary
Says the woman who ran for president in 2012… Bachmann says a lot of people "aren't ready" for a female president. "I think there...
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) was the only major female candidate during the last presidential primaries in 2012, but in a new interview with syndicated columnist Cal Thomas she says many Americans still "aren't ready" to have a woman as their president.
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) is on her last tour in Congress. She's not seeking reelection and will leave the House after 2014. (A plum cable news gig is almost assuredly waiting for her once she reenters the private sector.) In the meantime, she's sticking to her usual habits: making offensive statements. Show More Summary
Minnesota Congressman Michele Bachmann has issued her edict on the chances Hillary Clinton's theoretical campaign would have during a theoretical 2016 election: not good. Mostly because America simply isn't ready for a female President. I bet the schmucks who donated to Bachmann's 2012 Presidential campaign feel pretty stupid now! Read more...
[Content Note: Racism; misogyny.]"I think there was a cachet about having an African-American president because of guilt. People don't hold guilt for a woman."—The always terrific Rep. Michele Bachmann, on why people in the US "aren't...Show More Summary