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    Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    No, I'm not making this up. She actually said that.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/0...n_5613029.html



    Not only that, the frothy one is running again, for sure.

    http://www.mediaite.com/online/rick-...ident-in-2016/



    Oh please, God, give us Herman Cain as well. And Mitt Romney and Rick Perry and Newt Gingrich and Ron/Rand Paul. Throw in some Marco Rubio, Scott Walker and Ted Cruz, and my life will be complete.



    The freak show begins!

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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    Wow it is such a freak show---no exaggeration.

    I'd add that genius Sarah Palin---to complete the side ******

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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    Please. O please. Let this be a replay of the clownfest of 2012.

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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    I knew the Frothy One was running as soon as he conceded the nomination. He's been working to consolidate evangelical support, especially in Iowa, since then. If he can do that in IA, SC and NV, he can afford to have low expectations set for him in NH.

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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    Is there any potential republican candidate that doesn't want the nation to return to the dark ages?

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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by rareboy View Post
    Please. O please. Let this be a replay of the clownfest of 2012.
    The GOP is aware of what a freakshow it was last time. They are looking at putting in some new rules to shorten the contest and spare them some of the pain of last time.

    http://www.npr.org/blogs/itsallpolit...nating-process

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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    .
    Let the games begin!


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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    I KNEW that 2012 wasn't the end of the frothy one. My posting history (wherever it is) will certainly prove that.

    I still FULLY expect that a Republican President in 2017, especially if backed up by a red Senate, *WILL* pick Santorum in lieu of anybody else, first, for a Supreme Court Justice (or, OK, maybe Ralph Reed)...if Santorum doesn't run for President AND win.
    "All legal U. S. residents who are 18 years or older, shall have an unconditional right to vote." - We need a 28th Amendment to the U. S. Constitution which resembles this...NOW!

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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    This should be good for popcorn sales.

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

    --Jonathan Rauch, Salon Magazine, March 13, 2000

    *the number is now forty

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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by Kulindahr View Post
    This should be good for popcorn sales.
    Popcorn, funnel cakes, AND cotton candy. The carnival is coming to town and I plan to get fat and enjoy the clowns.
    "Miscalculation of our strength their bane,

    Take us lightly and we'll make you pay..."

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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    The queen just dove into the deep end of the crazy pool, once again.

    Bachmann was interviewed on the Republican radio show "Faith & Liberty" on Wednesday where she claimed that gays "will do away with statutory rape laws so that adults will be able to freely prey on little children."

    She claimed gay rights advocates want to legalize polygamy.

    She claimed we will enact "hate speech laws across the United States" that will cause "the rise of tyranny.


    “The gay community will 'abolish age of consent laws, which means we will do away with statutory rape laws so that adults will be able to freely prey on little children sexually. That’s the deviance that we’re seeing embraced in our culture today.'”
    “This is a revolution that we are encountering now...For all of the thousands of years of recorded human history, about 5,000 years, there is no instance of any culture, nation or tribe ever having as the established standard for marriage anything other than between man and woman. It may have been multiple women and a man, it may have been something like that, but it was always between men and women.”


    "Our message is to spread goodness and joy and wholeness and feeling - and we do that through a loving God."
    No, Michele. Your message is to spread hatred and bigotry against your fellow human beings. Your message is to encourage others to hurt those who threaten your world view by virtue of their happiness. Your message has nothing whatsoever to do with God.

    What is wrong with these people? And why do Republicans celebrate such a despicable view of mankind? Why can't that party divorce itself from this cult of hate?



    http://www.towleroad.com/2014/07/mic...lly-audio.html

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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    Regarding Michele, Republican voters pretty much wrote her off. I'm surprised she thinks she can get anywhere again, unless it's perhaps a hint she's open for the veep slot?

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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by JackinSea View Post
    Regarding Michele, Republican voters pretty much wrote her off. I'm surprised she thinks she can get anywhere again, unless it's perhaps a hint she's open for the veep slot?
    I've been wondering what's going on, as well. Both Bachmann and Rubio have made spectacularly stupid anti-gay comments this past week (which would actually hurt them in a general election).

    They may have calculated that, by 2016, the question of gay marriage will have been decided by the Supreme Court in our favor. That might absolve them of the Republican need for presenting themselves as rabidly anti-gay for the primary, then a great friend of gays during the general election. They may have calculated that, at the moment, they can get away with phenomenal bigotry, then say later "Well, the issue is decided. All we can do now is try to get a constitutional amendment passed." Knowing full well, of course, that that is an impossibility.

    As far as Bachmann's ambitions, though, I'm not clear on what her goal is in all of this. When she said she might run, I was a little stunned. She can't possibly be that clueless that she thinks she has a chance. If she is aiming for a vice presidential slot, comments like those from Wednesday would probably eliminate that possibility. She may be hoping for a job as a "political analyst" on Fox. (For that, no amount of stupidity would be enough).
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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    Maybe she's angling for a Cabinet position -- that what we could possibly trust her to be in charge of is beyond me.

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

    --Jonathan Rauch, Salon Magazine, March 13, 2000

    *the number is now forty

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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by T-Rexx View Post
    They may have calculated that, at the moment, they can get away with phenomenal bigotry, then say later "Well, the issue is decided. All we can do now is try to get a constitutional amendment passed." Knowing full well, of course, that that is an impossibility.
    How do the states ratify federal Constitutional amendments? Is it done in the legislatures? If that's the case, do both chambers of the state legislatures (or the ONE, in Nebraska)? Or does it vary by state?

    Of course 38 states would be required for enactment of a new Amendment.

    However, the only thing needed would be Republican domination in 38 legislatures, if that's the case. I'm sure that well more than 30 states now have Republican-dominated legislatures, or close (AND consider that blue-dog Democrats would probably vote with Republicans on this issue). Some states have exceptional Republican dominance in their State Capitals that really shouldn't be as much so, such as Michigan, Missouri, and Pennsylvania - and maybe Texas still "should" have a Republican majority, but nothing like what they actually have.

    I wish I felt confident that a Constitutional amendment can be ruled out, but the United States is becoming dysfunctional and very much on a path of regression all along on nearly everything.

    What would a new civil war, which some extremists want, look like? Consider what demographics have most of the guns, as well as their prevailing political affiliations.

    BACHMANN's rhetoric sounds like garbage straight out of 1959.
    "All legal U. S. residents who are 18 years or older, shall have an unconditional right to vote." - We need a 28th Amendment to the U. S. Constitution which resembles this...NOW!

    VOTING: Just remember: "Be careful of what you DON'T wish for. You might just get it." GET OUT AND VOTE for what you DO wish for.

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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    Okay, I feel that Republicans are just not right for the working man. What did Harry S. Truman say about that famous Republican Richard Milhous Nixon (1913-1994) something along the lines of "Anyone who votes for Nixon ought to go to he‼.". Well, although I would not characterize Michele Bachmann as being in the same category as a Richard M. Nixon--all mistakes aside Mr. Nixon was a statesman whose mistakes derailed his strengths.

    Besides Michele's does speak poorly concerning gay rights--how sad.

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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by Yuki Sohma View Post
    What did Harry S. Truman say about that famous Republican Richard Milhous Nixon (1913-1994) something along the lines of "Anyone who votes for Nixon ought to go to he‼.".
    Even more devastating was Eisenhower's own assessment of Nixon. A reporter once asked Eisenhower if he could describe a major idea vice president Nixon had contributed to his administration.

    "If you give me a week, I might think of one," said Eisenhower.

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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    Lol
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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by frankfrank View Post
    I wish I felt confident that a Constitutional amendment can be ruled out, but the United States is becoming dysfunctional and very much on a path of regression all along on nearly everything.
    It is that very dysfunction which makes Constitutional amendments impossible today.

    The amendment would need first to be agreed upon by two-thirds of BOTH the House and Senate; or by two-thirds of the state legislatures in a constitutional convention. That kind of agreement is not possible today.


    Quote Originally Posted by frankfrank View Post
    BACHMANN's rhetoric sounds like garbage straight out of 1959.
    Actually, Bachmann's rhetoric is centuries old. It is emotional "feel good" and/or "be damned" speech without any actual facts, reason, or thought in it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Michele Bachmann
    "Our message is to spread goodness and joy and wholeness and feeling - and we do that through a loving God."
    She says gays are trying to pass laws so we can legally rape children and bring back polygamy, and we must be stopped with laws that deprive us of the possibility of love. That doesn't even make sense. But, somehow, this complete absence of logic is just spreading "goodness and joy and wholeness and feeling through a loving God." No, it's not any of those things. But the target audience is not supposed to think (and usually, they don't).

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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by Yuki Sohma View Post
    Okay, I feel that Republicans are just not right for the working man. What did Harry S. Truman say about that famous Republican Richard Milhous Nixon (1913-1994) something along the lines of "Anyone who votes for Nixon ought to go to he‼.". Well, although I would not characterize Michele Bachmann as being in the same category as a Richard M. Nixon--all mistakes aside Mr. Nixon was a statesman whose mistakes derailed his strengths.

    Besides Michele's does speak poorly concerning gay rights--how sad.
    Well, although I would not characterize Michele Bachmann as being in the same category as a Richard M. Nixon
    Paranoid megalomaniac? Actually, Nixon was a scholar who wrote over twenty books. I doubt if Mrs. Bachmann has even read twenty.
    Last edited by chrisrobin; July 27th, 2014 at 08:26 AM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisrobin View Post
    Paranoid meglomaniac.
    Quite possibly cr♥
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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by frankfrank View Post
    How do the states ratify federal Constitutional amendments? Is it done in the legislatures? If that's the case, do both chambers of the state legislatures (or the ONE, in Nebraska)? Or does it vary by state?

    Of course 38 states would be required for enactment of a new Amendment.

    However, the only thing needed * would be Republican domination in 38 legislatures, if that's the case. I'm sure that well more than 30 states now have Republican-dominated legislatures, or close (AND consider that blue-dog Democrats would probably vote with Republicans on this issue). Some states have exceptional Republican dominance in their State Capitals that really shouldn't be as much so, such as Michigan, Missouri, and Pennsylvania - and maybe Texas still "should" have a Republican majority, but nothing like what they actually have.

    I wish I felt confident that a Constitutional amendment can be ruled out, but the United States is becoming dysfunctional and very much on a path of regression all along on nearly everything.

    What would a new civil war, which some extremists want, look like? Consider what demographics have most of the guns, as well as their prevailing political affiliations.

    BACHMANN's rhetoric sounds like garbage straight out of 1959.
    *One of two things have to happen before legislatures get a crack at this:

    The amendment has to pass each house of Congress with a 2/3 majority, and THEN the legislatures (both houses) have to pass in 3/4 of the states.

    OR

    Congressional approval can be bypassed by a constitutional convention mechanism, that has never been used before.


    The last time they brought up a DOMA amendment several years ago, it couldn't get a simple majority in the Senate, let alone the 2/3 necessary, and that was back when a majority (plurality) of Americans opposed marriage. Frankly, if it could pass in the present loonybin of a House, they'd have done so already.

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    Re: Michele Bachmann: "There's A Chance I Could Run" In 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by T-Rexx View Post
    It is that very dysfunction which makes Constitutional amendments impossible today.

    The amendment would need first to be agreed upon by two-thirds of BOTH the House and Senate; or by two-thirds of the state legislatures in a constitutional convention.
    Quote Originally Posted by JackinSea View Post
    *One of two things have to happen before legislatures get a crack at this:

    The amendment has to pass each house of Congress with a 2/3 majority, and THEN the legislatures (both houses) have to pass in 3/4 of the states.

    OR constitutional convention mechanism, that has never been used before.
    Ahhh...I had forgotten about the two-thirds majorities in both sides of The Capitol in Wash DC. That is a good firewall, yet - at least for now. I'm glad I was right about 3/4 of the states (and BOTH chambers in these states, or the one in Nebraska), but it's rather scary to know it's the legislatures (which I had thought), as most politicians do NOT represent We The Sheeple anymore.

    As for a Constitutional convention, that happens ONLY if two-thirds of the states vote to open it up? Now, THAT is scary. If that's meant to be a firewall, it's not very secure at all. I think that at least thirty legislatures are at least dominated by Republicans in both chambers, or it's close to that?? And that's close to two-thirds. May I correctly hope that those two-thirds of states would require both chambers to pass as well?

    Do these 2/3 of the state legislatures have to pass by a supermajority as well, or a simple majority vote? (Yeah, I could look it up, but I figure that if I look it up, I'm the only one learning anything. If it's posted here, we'll all see it, whoever is reading.)

    And, if a constitutional convention IS opened up, does it have to be for a specific issue...or can they "have at it" and inundate the proceedings with whatever they want?
    "All legal U. S. residents who are 18 years or older, shall have an unconditional right to vote." - We need a 28th Amendment to the U. S. Constitution which resembles this...NOW!

    VOTING: Just remember: "Be careful of what you DON'T wish for. You might just get it." GET OUT AND VOTE for what you DO wish for.

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