LMAO: Soon-To-Be Ex-Rep. Michele Bachmann Mulling 2016 Presidential Run

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LMAO: Soon-To-Be Ex-Rep. Michele Bachmann Mulling 2016 Presidential Run (Photo Credit: Donkey Hotey)

Tea Party wingnut and soon-to-be former Rep. Michele Bachmann says she may run for the presidency in 2016. Really? What a mockery of the electoral process. Yeah, she’s bringing crazy back to the GOP.

Bachmann told RealClearPolitics, “The only thing that the media has speculated on is that it’s going to be various men that are running. They haven’t speculated, for instance that I’m going to run. What if I decide to run? And there’s a chance I could run.” Once again, another Republicans, clearly detached from reality is trying to hijack the electoral process by staging another clown show.

The last thing Michele Bachmann needs is to hire a campaign staff for any election. We know how that went in the 2012 presidential campaign. She claims the next time she runs, she will need a more loyal campaign team behind her, “I haven’t made a decision one way or another if I’m going to run again, but I think the organization is probably the key.” “To have an organization and people who surround you who are loyal, who are highly competent, who know how to be able to run the ball down the field in state after state — because now I think the primary process will be very different this time. It will tighten up; it will be a much shorter run than it was before.” Um, yeah, whatever.

She really thinks so very little of voters if she thinks she can jive her way into another election considering the mess that unfolded in the last presidential election cycle. Bachmann and her husband, Marcus, are being investigated by the FBI for possible money laundering and mail and wire fraud. There’s more…The FBI also turned over some information the Justice Department concerning her campaign illegally coordinating with Super PACS.

Michele Bachmann Iowa Court Date for Barbara Heki Lawsuit Set for May 2014

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Michele Bachmann Iowa Court Date for Lawsuit Filed by Barbara Heki Set for May 2014 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A court date has been set in an Iowa lawsuit against Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN), which alleges she stole and misused an e-mail distribution list maintained by an Iowa home school group during her failed 2008 presidential campaign. The Heki vs. Bachmann lawsuit is scheduled to start May 14, 2014.

A 12-page Polk County lawsuit filed last July alleges that two Iowans, Barbara and Richard Heki, suffered “severe emotional distress and loss of current and future business opportunities” after two unapproved emails were sent from the Bachmann for President campaign to members of the Network of Iowa Christian Home Educators (NICHE).

The lawsuit names Bachmann, her campaign, former campaign chairman Kent Sorenson and five other Republican operatives, along with their personal business entities. It alleges that Sorenson stole the home-schooler database off Barbara Heki’s personal computer in early November 2011 as it sat in a Bachmann campaign office in Urbandale.

Court documents allege other campaign officials knew of and supported the theft, which quickly led to the Hekis being kicked off the NICHE board of directors. Source: Des Moines Register

Michele Bachmann’s fall from grace was a long time coming. I guess in a roundabout way, President Obama is getting the last laugh. Considering how many darts she has thrown at him, mostly lies. The timing of Michele Bachmann’s disclosure that she will not seek reelection in 2014 is weird, considering the court date was disclosed today. Seems to me Michele Bachmann is anticipating a blistering trial. In any case, this trial and the FBI investigation will make for an interesting GOP sideshow.

 Michele Bachmann Iowa Court Date for Barbara Heki Lawsuit Set for May 2014

Michele Bachmann Accuses Obama of “Waving a Tar Baby in the Air” Over Energy Policy

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Michele Bachmann Accuses Obama of "Waving a Tar Baby in the Air" Over Energy Policy (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Former GOP presidential candidate Rep. Michele Bachmann accused President Obama of “waving a tar baby in the air” by leveling blame against oil speculators for the “poor choices” he has made for energy policy. Um, really Michele, tar baby?

The Shark Tank:  “This is just about waving a tar baby in the air and saying that something else is a problem. I have never seen a more irresponsible president who is infantile in the way that he continually blames everybody else for his failure to first diagnose the problem, and second, to address the problem. It’s always everyone else’s fault.”

The “tar baby” terminology is the latest in a string of racially-tinged comments from Michele Bachmann about President Obama. I’m waiting to see how long it takes her to apologize, since the term is derogatory to blacks.

 Michele Bachmann Accuses Obama of Waving a Tar Baby in the Air Over Energy Policy

Michele Bachmann Suspends Presidential Campaign After Last Place Finish in Iowa

“Iron Lady” Michele Bachmann couldn’t really match up to Britain’s true Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher after all. She is suspending her presidential campaign. Let me echo Miss Sophia’s classic line in the movie, “The Color Purple,” “thay is a God, thay is a God.” Good riddance.

The National Journal is also reporting that Michele Bachmann has ended her presidential run. I must admit, I will miss hearing her stretch the truth one speech at a time or during the debates. Next to Sarah Palin, I would have to place my money on Sarah. She has more brains that Michele Bachmann. That says a lot.

The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the Minnesota lawmaker, a favorite of the tea party wing of the party and a harsh critic of President Obama, realized after her sixth-place finish in Iowa’s caucuses that “there was no viable way forward.” By suspending her campaign, Bachmann is effectively dropping out. Source: National Journal

Michele Bachmann says, “I have decided to stand aside,” as she bows out of the presidential race. Her speech was all about Obamacare and Dodd-Frank. Well, what else did we expect her to say? If anything, it’s clear that she is no “Iron Lady.”

Michele Bachmann Exit is Near, Schedules Press Conference in Des Moines & Cancels SC Trip

Michele Bachmann may have received the message delivered by Iowans in yesterday’s caucuses — we don’t want you as our GOP presidential candidate.

She scheduled a press conference for 11 a.m. in Des Moines after finishing dead last in the caucuses. “Speculation is running high that she cut short her presidential bid,” according to The Note.

AP:  Bachmann has already canceled her scheduled trip to South Carolina.

We may be losing two candidates because Rick Perry is also reassessing his campaign after a poor fifth place finish.

Michele Bachmann Pours Water for the Male Presidential Candidates at Republican Family Forum

Michele Bachmann pours water for the male presidential candidates at Republican Family Forum.

Michele Bachmann pours water for the male candidates at the Republican Family Forum, what’s wrong with that picture? Michele being her submissive self. Somehow I can’t see Sarah Palin, Hillary Clinton or Michelle Obama doing that, now can you?

Michele Bachmann Says “I Haven’t Had a Gaffe” to Cause Fall in Polls

GOP presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann says “I haven’t had a gaffe” to cause drop in the polls, really?

FUNNY QUOTE OF THE DAY:  “I haven’t had a gaffe or something that I’ve done that has caused me to fall in the polls.”

— GOP presidential hopeful & gaffe machine extraordinaire Rep. Michele Bachmann, in an interview on Fox News.

Wow, could she keep a straight face after telling another bare-faced lie?