Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Quote of the Week


"I find it interesting that it was back in the 1970s that the swine flu broke out then under Democrat President Jimmy Carter. And I'm not blaming this on President Obama, I just think it is an interesting coincidence."

-- Michele Bachmann, attempting to think and unwittingly digging that hole just a little bit deeper

(h/t Cesca)

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

I find it interesting that you remember how to breathe Michele.

trish said...

I find it interesting that you're a fucking moron, Michele.

Kevin M. Hagerman said...

Can we find the guy (or gal, be fair) who fucked the brains out of Michele Bachmann and pay him/her to fuck some back IN?

Deacon Blue said...

God has judged yet another Democrat!

Quickly, prepare the stake and gather some dry wood!

I think it's an interesting coincidence that almost every time we get a Republican president in modern times, he runs up a huge budget deficit to wage hot or cold wars, and then a Democrat has to fix the shit up again.

Chez said...

It's just fucking comical the number of "coincidences" these people actually try to push. Normally anybody this conspiratorially minded would be locked up in a padded room somewhere -- but no, these clowns are actually running the Republican party.

Anonymous said...

Really Michele, 'cause I find it interesting that you're a moron, I'm not blaming you for your own stupidity, I'm just think you're stupid.

Having said that, Michele, please continue your yapping, because while the Democrats are notorious for not being able to keep their flies zipped, you Republicans are becoming notorious for your antics and over-the-top bs that is constantly flowing from your mouths, and that, I feel is worse then any f-ups the Democrats have been committing.

And Chez, is it just me or are Republicans, with their current meltdown, seeming to play a constant tug-of-war for that Vice President position in Texas, behind Chuck Norris?

Chez said...

That's the GOP right now. The party of paranoid conspiracy theories, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Michele Bachmann, Chuck Norris, Texas "secession," ridiculous tea bagging protests, random outrage, religious nutjobs, gun worshippers; and what's more, they actually think they're on the right track, that most of America agrees with them -- which makes them completely delusional. These people are honestly killing the Republican Party.

Benoit from Ottawa said...

Re the Republican "leadership"*, my perhaps oversimplistic view:

Isn't it natural that, once the (a-hem) first-raters are out of office, the arena gets crowded with second-raters? And of course, now the shoe is on the whiny foot.


*refers mostly to those that corral the media, whether the Glenn Becks or the Michele Bachmans -- I'm quite ignorant of the actual, behind-the-scenes Repub. apparatus.

wickedwitch said...

Dumn C*nt, that is all.

C.L.J. said...

And actually, the Swine Flu Epidemic was during the Ford Administration.

Hmmm, now THAT's interesting....isn't Ford the only automaker not about to go belly-up in the next month?

Co-inky-dink?

Steven Lloyd Wilson said...

The more insane they act with their paranoid persecution complex, the more people drift away from the party, which then reinforces the core idea that they are being persecuted.

Anonymous said...

Actually, Gerald Ford was president at the time.

Anonymous said...

Michele Bachmann would do well in a MILF-style porno.

Beyond that I can't see a purpose for her.

Narbe said...

Shit like this reminds me of the rep./senator in Religulous saying there's no IQ requirement for congress.

elizabeth said...

I wonder what she's like at home. What could a person like that do with her free time? Certainly not reading. Really, I'd be fascinated to see surveillance footage of her off-air persona. She should be studied!

Gabby said...

I want to leave a comment, BUT I'M TOO SPEECHLESS.

Mart said...

I was in west Texas a couple weeks back on biz and the gentlemen I worked with were remarking about how Bachmann is the only congressperson with a degree in economics. She is the only one who knows what to do about the economy, she was brilliant, etc.

I bit my toungue and kept my mouth shut; obviously no use trying to talk sensible to those two. Fox News is sucking the brains out of folks. It is wierd how they have become the opposition to Dems party. Instead of building up Republican moderates, Fox tries to make GOP stars out of nutcases like Bachmann.

Julie The Vintage Goddess said...

I pray to the Lord Baby Jesus each and every day that Bachman stays just the way she is.
Crazy and quotable....

chenry said...

I find it interesting that every time Bachmann opens her mouth, I vomit uncontrollably.

Fred said...

Chez, its been a while and I truly thought I had it under control. Ugh. Here.........it.....comes.........

Stupid Cunt.

Deborah said...

Ever hear of Landover Baptist? In case you haven't...it's a hilarious parody site, and here's their "take" on swine flu: http://www.landoverbaptist.org/2009/may/mexicanswineflu.html. The scary thing is that I've encountered LEGITIMATE web sites that sound far too much like the funny folks @ Landover for comfort. I honest-to-God cannot believe that people in this country just cannot pull together. I swear to God, I wouldn't be surprised to hear of a coup attempt.