Michele Bachmann (Republican, MN) is running for the GOP Presidential nomination. Karen and I have long been supporters of Representative Bachmann, proudly contributing to her campaigns.
She is the anti-Obama when it comes to fiscal and social policy and especially in regard to America and Israel. Bachman was raised in a conservative Christian home where love of Israel was a given. Obama was raised by a radical leftist family—mother and grandparents—who were, no doubt, hostile to the Jewish State. Need I mention Obama’s 20-year discipleship to the rabid Jew-hater Jeremiah Wright?
Bachmann is the anti-Obama.
She understands that Israel is the canary in the coal mine for Western civilization.
Obama is not even aware of the coal mine, unless it’s used as leverage for non-existent so-called green jobs.
Here’s Representative Bachmann on Israel:
Michelle Bachmann will be savaged by the liberal establishment because she is:
3. Mother of five and mother to 23 foster children. (Liberals prefer abortion to adoption)
Bachmann is also ladylike—love the June Cleaver pearls—and technicolor glamorous. But you will not see Vogue doing a chirpy story on Bachmann. That’s reserved for Democrats—see Vogue gush over Huma Abedin—or the, ahem, “leggy” wife of a mass murdering Arab tyrant.
Bachmann’s glamour quotient is probably what the left most fears about this formidable woman.
Conservative women are, according to liberal dogma, matronly and ill-bred. To see such articulate Republican hotties as Michele Bachmann, Sarah Palin, Governor Nikki Haley of South Carolina, Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin, and Kristi Noem of South Dakota, drives liberals out of their narrow and intolerant minds.
I cannot tell you how many of my Hollywood colleagues have savaged these women as she-wolves of the SS. It would be funny if it were not so delusional and profoundly ignorant.
As Sarah Palin was treated as a hated “Jew” by the elite media, so will Michelle Bachmann be the object of deranged scorn and the inevitable blood-libels.
Seraphic Cyber Glitches
There seeems to be a glitch with the new comments section. I have asked Terry “Trip” Trippany, our blog rabbi, to guide our readers:
Having converted over to a new system it will now require that you register first to comment on posts, even if you have done so in the past while the blog was on Movable Type.
The comment system being used now is external to WordPress and should not allow anonymous comments or guest comments. When you go to a page it should present the user with a set of login buttons: one for Intense Debate, one for wordpress.com and one for OpenId. All three of these systems are integrated with Intense Debate and registering and/or logging into Seraphic Secret with any of these logins should permit the user to post comments.
I suggest going with either OpenId or WordPress.com. Since I can’t see the user list that is tied into these external reasons. I don’t know if a user is logged in or not. I did give it a try and it worked as expected.
For instance, if you click on the OpenID button you will be presented with the following: