Skip to comments.President Babe
Posted on 06/29/2011 3:01:00 AM PDT by Cincinatus' Wife
Theres a lot I dont know about Michele Bachmann, the Minnesota Representative who just announced that she wants to be the next President of the United States of America, but I do know she is great eye candy and, given the present occupier of the office, I would much rather look at her in the Oval Office than him.
She isand I say this with all due respecta babe.
Mitt Romney, with whom she is currently a front runner in the nomination sweepstakes, looks classically presidential. He is a handsome fellow with a winning smile. My guess, though, is that if Texas Governor Rick Perry gets in the GOP race, all bets are off or, more accurately, all bets will be on him. Gov. Perry has a certain John Wayne cragginess about him and a track record of success in the Lone Star State.
I would like to say that the presidency is not a beauty contest, but to some degree it is..........
Rep. Bachmann is a Tea Party conservative and that has been gaining traction. I would vote for her just because she wants to repeal Obamacare....
Given the savage treatment accorded Gov. Palin, we shall soon know how much Rep. Bachmann scares the Left by how quickly they begin to photoshop her head on photos of porn star bodies. Their dementia knows no bounds.
....Let us keep our eye on the prize which in this case is to send Barack Hussein Obama packing; back to his beloved Chicago where he can pig out on fast food with Rahm Emanuel, Bill Ayers, and the Rev. Jeremiah Wright.
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Heck. a kitchen mop is better looking than the current illegitimate occupant(s).
Nice puff piece for Romney and his wannabe
Rollins-controlled GlobalWarming-loving IRS agent Bachmann.
He said John Wayne.
If Michele, or her staff, does not learn how to do a Google Search before she makes the kind of gaffe she made in Iowa this week, she will not be considered a “babe” but a “bimbo”. To confuse the actor, John Wayne, with the homosexual, mass-murderer, John Wayne Gacy (who was the one born in Waterloo; not the actor) has already done irreparable damage to her candidacy. We can talk about all the gaffes Obama and Biden have made, but, remember; Republicans are held to a higher standard and have to really be on top of our game.
Come on Michele: Do a friggin’ Google Search.
Gacy was not born in Waterloo, Iowa. He was born in Chicago. C’mon, do a Google search!
She is a nice looking woman, but she is no Babe.
I guess that is a matter of opinion, but it’s mine.
I don’t think she is ready for the Presidency, but she is more ready than the anti-American Hustler we have in the WH now.
YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT! EGG ON MY FACE. That’s why I’m not a candidate for Prez. He did move to Waterloo but was born in Chicago.
Yeah, she’s a babe...................a babe ruth
This is just a small non-story designed to get everyone's attention away from the current occupant's pathetic handling of the economy. Always remember:Hussein CAN'T run on his record, and he doesn't want to get his hands dirty so expect many more distractions like this as the MSM does the dirty work for him.
"If she were president, she'd be Baberaham Lincoln!"
I don't believe we will find perfect, certainly not until Sarah announces her run, but Bachmann is on my "good enough" list with Cain and DeMint (Romney is not on that list).
As for the tempest over Waterloo trivia: John Wayne: American By Randy Roberts, James Stuart Olson Clyde [John Wayne's father] was twenty and Molly [John Wayne's mother] was nineteen when they met. She fell in love with him because he was kind, handsome and well educated. He would, she thought, be easy to live with and a good provider. They had not dated long and did not know each other very well, but Clyde was about to take a job at a pharmacy in Waterloo, Iowa, and they decided to get married. Rather than bother with a church wedding, they eloped, traveling to Knoxville, in Marion County, where Justice of the Peace I.H. Garrison married them on September 29, 1905. They made their first home in Waterloo . . .
That's close enough to accurate for me.
I think the Republican field is loaded with good contenders, including the one’s who have not yet announced.
I am not a Bachmann hater. From the list of candidates we have to choose from now; I’d vote for her today. If Sarah gets in, she’s my choice. Same for Perry; albeit, reluctantly. But, dear God in heaven; we don’t need to give the left-wing media anymore fodder to use against us.
Bachmann was on several short lists UNTIL she
launched Rollins against Gov. Palin.
No public apology? No more support.
BTW, this is NOT a “small, non-story”. It’s still all over the cable news networks this morning. And I agree with you, it is a tool for the media to use to divert attention from the incompetent, President Clueless in the White House. Why give them more material?
I say conservative candidates need to boycott these outlets and not look back.