And she wants to be President

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  1. Bart

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    http://www.thepoliticalcesspool.org/jamesedwards/2011/01/25/and-she-wants-to-be-president/

    Michelle Bachmann is another one of those "Martin Luther King was a conservative!"Â￾ geniuses. Check out her Facebook posting on MLK Day, where she says he "challenged us to pursue liberty for all."Â￾

    Michele Bachmann We have come so far as a result of Dr. Martin Luther King's powerful calls for the U.S. to live out its Declaration of Independence creed that "all men are created equal."Â￾ Dr. King challenged us to pursue liberty for all, and as we honor his legacy today we renew our commitment to that pursuit.

    Yeah, we've really come a long way, Michelle.

    Except when it comes to closing the achievement gap. We've spent hundreds of billions of dollars on that, and haven't made a dent in it.

    And except for that 72% black illegitimacy rate.

    And except for the fact that blacks have no more regard for property or human life than they ever did, resulting in a crime rate eight times the white rate.

    And except for getting blacks off welfare.

    And then there's the huge injustices of affirmative action, quotas, set asides, etc, which have destroyed the dreams of millions of people whose only crime is being white.

    Yeah, we've really come a long way, Michelle. Because you saw a couple Uncle Toms on the podium at Tea Parties.

    Obviously, anyone who reveres Martin Luther King, or offers any sort of praise for him on MLK Day, is not on our side, and is unworthy of having white people vote for them, no matter how much they want to cut taxes.

    They're either bald faced liars who will say outrageous things they don't mean simply for political gain, or they're complete idiots. In neither case are they qualified to hold political office.

    And Bachmann won't stop. Now she's claiming that America was FOUNDED on Diversity.

    "How unique in all of the world, that one nation that was the resting point from people groups all across the world,"Â￾ she said. "It didn't matter the color of their skin, it didn't matter their language, it didn't matter their economic status."Â￾

    "Once you got here, we were all the same. Isn't that remarkable?"Â￾ she asked.

    Wow! I can't believe she left out sexual orientation. You can bet in five years she'll be mentioning it along with race every time she "celebrates Diversity"Â￾, just as Sarah Palin will also be doing.

    Diversity in colonial America? "Sure! Some folks bought and sold other folks, while some folks were bought and sold by other folks. So they were all the same! What glorious diversity!"Â￾

    She's a genius, folks.

    As anyone with half a brain knows, Diversity doesn't include white heterosexuals. That's what the word means â€" non-whites and perverts. That's Diversity. And Michelle Bachmann is either well aware of that, and lying through her teeth, or she's too stupid to be in Congress.
     
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    Well, this so-called conservative is saying that language doesn't matter now so I guess English as a national language is out. What was it that these pretend conservatives say they want to conserve?
     
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    I thought Palin had the "Fake Opposition Prom Queen" market cornered, but I guess that was overly optimistic. The One Party System never fails to disgust.
     
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    My theory is that we have to go through a "woman" a "gay" and a "handi-capped" president (now that we have had the black one) so as to keep the sheeple amused with the govt. After that collapse.

    I really think powerful jews control the election process and s****** amongst themselves to see what more unqualified person they can get elected to the office. It's like those guys in the movie Trading Places that bet a $1 that they could get Eddie Murphy to be as good an investor as the Dan Akroyd chararcter.

    So it's going to be a woman next. Hillary, Palin, this Bachmann clown, maybe Condolezza Rice but whoever it is won't have any balls I can guarentee that.
     
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    The bluntly malevolent, dedicated Zionist Plaything, Mike Huckabee, is also a testicle-free option for the 2012 "Republican, Inc"Â￾ nomination.

    Huckabee has visited the "UnHoly Land"Â￾ eleven different times"¦and is quoted as saying: "The Jews have a God-given right to reclaim land given to their ancestors and taken away from them."Â￾ He also said that "Israel is America's greatest friend in the region."Â￾ I can only imagine the anti-white, pro-Jewish quotes he produces when "off the record."Â￾ He's one of the most malicious, white-loathing members of the One Party System.

    Michelle Bachmann is a mere adolescent girl, dressed up in her mothers' clothing and conversing with a Jewish Tongue. Michael King is most likely mocking the many NeoCons who "adore"Â￾ him from his new home (the 9th circle of hell). With baited breathe I await the day when King's fetid corpse is exhumed in order to "go on tour"Â￾ around the United States. Perhaps then every single white man, woman, and child can properly bask in the essence of the true GodHead of American Marxism.

    BarryO vs. Sarah Palin would be an interesting popularity contest. Perhaps the Zulu-in-Chief could obtain "anti-Palin"Â￾ materials from her own reality show, TLC's "Sarah Palin's Alaska."Â￾ Yeah, that's right, a "future president"Â￾ with her own reality TV show. The level of dumbed-down absurdity in American politics has reached its terminal velocity.Edited by: Thrashen
     
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    Don't count out Hillary Clinton. Her ruthlessness and ambition knows no bounds, which means she'd be just as reliable a puppet as Obama.

    My theory is that all important politicians are blackmail-able. Just think of all the dirty secrets (and semi-secrets) the CIA and FBI have on Obama. He may have literally been picked from birth to be President. Same with Hillary, her alleged lesbian tendencies being a good starting point.

    Palin seems to be too despised by the liberal totalitarians, and Bachmann would be hated even more as would Sharon Angle (the defeated Tea Party GOP Senate candidate from Nevada who was recently campaigning in Iowa), but the "conservative" feminists are now dominating the GOP, with many of the higher-up men in the party being homosexuals and just plain spineless manginas. John Boehner and Glenn Beck constantly weeping at the drop of a hat are symbolic and literal examples of the "new American man" found in the Republican Party.Edited by: Don Wassall
     
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    Any chance we could just have a handicapped lesbian transsexual of color and get it all out of the way in one go. [​IMG]
     
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    Bachmann's another NeoCON puppet of the PTB/Globalist Elite & their Z.O.G allies...just like Palin, "Suckabee", & $#itt Romney. All will make good shills for the NWO's POTUS puppet.
     
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    DixieDestroyer, not be flippant, but you have anyone in mind with a realistic chance of championing conservative/TEA goals as President of these states? Look forward to him/her/them.
     
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    I will run for president and lead us to victory my friends, I will be victorious.
     
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    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] good one!

    The ugly truth, is that Ron Paul is as pure a conservative-constitutionalists-libertarian you can hope for, and he's old. His son Rand maybe your next best choice, but who knows what those GOP NeoCons will do to him once they sink their claws into his sanity.

    Much of the US political landscape is full of "ehem" [​IMG]... ManGinas and FemiNazis. Conservative-Constitutionalists-Libertarians politicians (like Paul) are a minority, voiceless, and often ignored by either parties, the media, and much of the public, unless the racist card is thrown at them. Let's not forget the FAKE ones, like Beck, O'Reilly, Ingraham, Coulter, Hannity, Limbaugh, etc... Edited by: j41181
     
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    I'd almost rather have Obama win than have a war mongering, pro amnesty republican like Palin win office. At least with Obama, the House GOP will be less likely to roll over on some issues, like amnesty, than they would with a Republican as president.
     
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    Ron Paul, Pat Buchanan & Dr.Chuck Baldwin come to mind first. Sans his (lip service) lauding of "Saint MLK", Paul's pert near "Founding Father" material in my estimation.


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    Voted for Baldwin in last election because Ron Paul wasn't on the ballot. Fellow Florida man!
     
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    i did the same. people told me that it was a wasted vote ... i told them, at least i don't have to pinch my nose and pull the lever for a piece of crap who is "the lesser of two evils." speaking of, as i tell anyone who asks, the lesser of two evils is still evil. so why not make a different choice? what good does it do for our nation were a lesser evil to win?
     
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    Now a Montana man!
     
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    I got the same reaction from all my friends saying that I might as well be voting for Obama. I firmly believe that if McCain would have won, the Teaparty movement would have been neutralized and the same old prospects would be put up by the neocons. The Republicans needed a wake-up call (kick in the rear) before any real changes would be made. They had become the party of appeasers and I couldn't stomach being any part of it.
     
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    Great quote by Baldwin.
    Unfortunately, it has been the Christian Right's blind support for President Bush in particular and the Republican Party in general that has precipitated a glaring and perhaps fatal defect: the Christian Right cannot, or will not, honestly face the real danger confronting these United States .... On the whole, they fail to understand the issues that are critical to our nation'sâ€"and their ownâ€"survival .... Sadly, this is what the Christian Right just doesn't get: ninety percent of the time, it doesn't matter to a tinker's dam whether a Republican or Democrat wins the White House .... All the pro-life, pro-family, traditional-values, conservative talk is just that: talk. Republicans use conservative rhetoric the same way Democrats use liberal rhetoric. Neither party believes what they are telling their constituents. They merely say what constituents want to hear in order to get elected; after which, they set about to do what their elitist, globalist manipulators tell them to do.[5]
     

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