Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Michele Bachmann's not-so-funny humor

Prior to Hurricane Irene and following the earth quake, Michele Bachmann said those natural disasters are a message from God to Washington.
Prior to Hurricane Irene and following the earth quake, Michele Bachmann said those natural disasters are a message from God to Washington.

"Washington, D.C. you'd think by now they'd get the message," Bachmann said at a town hall in Florida Saturday to laughs. "An earthquake, a hurricane, are you listening? The American people have done everything they possibly can, now it's time for an act of God and we're getting it."

In that statement she proved that God actually punishes people with earthquakes and hurricanes. After realizing that millions affected from the hurricane didn't find so humorous, she back-paddled.

"I have a great sense of humor and I think it's important to exhibit that humor sometimes when you are talking to people as well," Bachmann said Monday at a campaign event in Miami. "Of course I was being humorous when I said that."

This is one many idiotic things Michele Bachmann has said since entering to the presidential race. Couple of weeks ago she said he would bring the price gas below $2 a gallon. It seems she gets her kicks from running her mouth openly, hoping that to energize those tea baggers, and in return expecting votes in the primaries. Well, if that's the case, she's not alone, because there's some else playing the same game: Rick Perry. It's interesting to see who's going to come on top of that battle. Should be fun! ( not pun intended, especially if you're in the North-East )
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