You can count on one hand how many elected officials speak the truth about Islam. Michele Bachmann has been one of them. And she is paying a heavy price.
Take our Liberaland poll on the right side of the page and let us know if you agree with the president’s actions. And you can comment below. Now read this:Michele Bachmann: Immigration Reform To Create ‘Illiterate’ Democratic Voters (Nov 20, 2014) McConnell: Obama’s Actions Will Lead To Dead Migrants (Nov 20, 2014) Conservatives tell GOP: [...]
Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-MN) urged members of the public to "melt the phone lines" to defund President Obama's executive order on immigration on Thursday's "Hannity" on the Fox News Channel. "Congress has a responsibility to uphold the laws of the land as well, and we can defund this president's illegal amnesty. Show More Summary
RALLY: WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 3, 2014 – AT US CAPITOL in WASHINGTON DC (CSMonitor) Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) called on all Americans who value this United States Constitution to join her at a rally in Washington DC on Wednesday, December 3, … Continue reading ?
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) Rep. Michele Bachmann is going a little off the Republican Party's desired message on President Obama's planned action on immigration. The official Republican message is that their anger is about executive overreach, not about scary brown people. Show More Summary
The following marks the eleventy thousandth excuse by Republicans in opposition to skeery immigrants remaining in our country. The top excuse is that Obama’s for it, so Republicans are against it. The other excuses are: Obama. MSNBC reports: Republican Rep. Show More Summary
George H.W. Bush, John Kerry, Michele Bachmann, Wendy Davis, Rand Paul, Tom Frieden, DIck Durbin and Martin O’Malley: put these politicos around a Thanksgiving dinner table and a rousing discussion would no doubt ensue.
Outgoing Representative Michele Bachmann (R-MN) told reporters Wednesday that President Barack Obama was seeking to grant legal protection to millions of "illiterate" immigrants who would then become Democratic voters by 2016.
"The social cost will be profound on the U.S. taxpayer - millions of unskilled, illiterate, foreign nationals coming into the United States who can’t speak the English language. Even though the president says they won’t be able to vote, we all know that many, in all likelihood, will vote. Show More Summary
Twitter exploded today when, according to Robert Costa, Michele Bachmann told The Washington Post that immigrants given new protections by President Obama may become “illiterate” Democratic voters. Costa shared Bachmann’s comments tweeting: (more…) New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) thinks President Obama's executive action on immigration reform is a clandestine plot to create a new pool of "illiterate" Democratic voters. Bachmann to Post: immigrants given new protections by the president...Show More Summary
Back in August, an Iowa Republican state senator pled guilty to taking cash payments to abandon Michele Bachmann's 2012 presidential campaign and endorse Ron Paul. Also in August, Paul started spending oodles of cash on lawyers. There's ample evidence to suggest the two events are connected. Read more...
Is Joni Ernst ready to pick up the Mantle of the Mayor of CrazyTown from Michele Bachmann after her years of glory in the House? More than you can you ever imagine.
Rep. Michele Bachmann (Shockingly Far R—MN) believes homosexuality is "part of Satan, I think." But it's husband Marcus and his clinics that do the on-the-ground work of removing that damn demon from the gay person:
In a radio interview recorded by Right Wing Watch, the husband of outgoing Congresswoman Michele Bachmann defended the controversial “gay conversion” therapy practiced at his clinic saying critics find it “blasphemous” that he attempts to align his patient’s Christian faith with...
On Sunday, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) appeared on CNN to discuss the midterm election results and what that means for the Tea Party. Bachmann argued that Congress could shed its “do nothing” label now that Republicans have control of both the House and the Senate, and with the infighting between the Tea Party and Republicans, the [...]
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) on Sunday attributed big wins for the Republican Party in the midterm elections to the "fiscal sanity" that she said the Tea Party had been standing for. During a panel discussion on CNN, Bachmann arguedShow More Summary
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) on Sunday attributed big wins for the Republican Party in the midterm elections to the “fiscal sanity” that she said the Tea Party had been standing for. During a panel discussion on CNN, Bachmann argued that Congress could shed its “do nothing”...
Retiring Representative Michele Bachmann (R-MN) told CNN's State of the Union Sunday morning that voters wanted Congress to work together to advance legislation, but also desired Congress to stop and listen to the people. At least I think that's what she said.
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