Tag Archives: Michelle Bachman

Bachmann: Obamacare ‘Will Be the End Of Our Constitution’ And ‘Republic As We Know It’

Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist

With the current group of progressive/Marxists in control seeking to grab another 18% of our country’s GDP, I’m actually amazed that somebody hasn’t died who views the Constitution as written.

Nothing got in the way of the Clinton’s. Obamacare will bankrupt the country, kill job creation and force more jobs overseas.  November 6th this guy goes down so hard.

The Return of Slick Willey? Romney pays to have his records as governor destroyed

Romney staff spent nearly $100,000 to hide records.

Comment by Jim Campbell

To be sure running for President of the United States requires a warped ego, and a proclivity for doing some dirty deeds.  One must wonder why any of these people are taken seriously and who among them can be believed? 

It would seem that Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann has managed to dodge the arrows and grenades being flung by the opposition. 

As Herman Cain has dropped out, look for her to begin gaining traction, as she does, don’t be surprised to learn that each of her children were sired by members of the Minnesota Vikings.  Film at eleven!

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m Jim Campbell and I approve this message.

 

Washington Post/Boston Globe

By Mark Hosenball

Mitt Romney spent nearly $100,000 in state funds to replace computers in his office at the end of his term as governor of Massachusetts in 2007 as part of an unprecedented effort to keep his records secret.The move was legal but unusual for a departing governor, Massachusetts officials say.

The effort to purge the records was made a few months before Romney launched an unsuccessful campaign for the Republican presidential nomination in 2008. He is again competing for the party’s nomination, this time to challenge President Obama.

When Romney left the governorship of Massachusetts, 11 of his aides bought the hard drives of their state-issued computers for themselves. Also before he left office, the governor’s staff had e-mails and other electronic communications wiped from state servers, state officials say.
Those actions erased much of the internal documentation of Romney’s tenure as governor, which ended in January 2007. Precisely what information was erased is unclear. Continue reading

Will Michele Bachmann make a come back?

 

Comment by Jim Campbell

Very interesting video by Dick Morris.  Indeed, Bachmann should make a come back as the initial reason she fell was due to Perry’s entrance into the race. 

She has clearly proved she is a fighter, and should the “Super Committee” come back with raising taxes watch her take on Boehner again.   IMHO if she can’t become president, she would make a fantastic Speaker of the House of Representatives.

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.

According to the DNC Michele Bachmann is to extreme for America

Bachmann is Too Extreme for America?

 

Comment by Jim Campbell

Once again the party of lies results in this nonsense. Congresswoman Bachmann does not want to do away with Medicare.  These fools are scared to death that she will be decimating many useless programs, many starting with The Department of… Factually Congresswoman is “Just Right” for America.

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.

She wants to eliminate Medicare. Abolish the EPA. Repeal health care reform.

It’s simple – Michele Bachmann is too extreme for America.

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Michelle Bachmann, Obama’s comment he will require BP to sent up an independent fund Unconstitutional

CNSNews.com

By Chistopher Neefus

Anyone with critical thinking skills, that observed what the teleprompter told Obama to say understood that the writer didn’t do much homework before putting ink and quill tohis lie filled screed.  It’s easy to understand, he has nobody around him that understands Constitutional limitation, history or basic common sense.  There is far more to this story yet to be uncovered.  Never forget, the President SHALL be responsible for dealing with the oil clean up according to the Clean Water Act mentioned on this site.  Rational thoughts while observing the passing parade, I’m J.C.

Rep. Michelle Bachmann (R-Minn.).(CNSNews.com/Penny Starr)Washington (CNSNews.com) – Rep. Michelle Bachmann (R-Minn.) said Tuesday that President Barack Obama is exceeding his legitimate constitutional authority in telling BP it must set up an independent fund, not controlled by the company, for compensating victims of the Gulf oil spill. She described the administration’s policy as an action “that’s all about extortion.”


“Private companies need to be held accountable but not necessarily to the executive branch,” said Bachmann. “It seems to me there’s a misreading of the Constitution and a misunderstanding of jurisdictional limits from this White House on what the extent of executive power is. They don’t seem to understand that and it—now it seems that it’s all about extortion–and that what they want to do is create a pot of money for themselves that they can control and that’s not what the Executive is supposed to do. There is a real misreading of jurisdictional limits, and they continue to stretch those limits beyond all bounds.”

Is The White House Buying Votes for Health Care Bill Again?

Next to Sarah Palin, This is the Most Feared Woman by the Left in Washington

Congresswoman Michele Bachmann - Proudly Serving the 6th District of Minnesota

THE BACHMANN BULLETIN

Bachmann: “So Much for Fiscal Responsibility…”

Last Thursday (Feb. 4), members of the U.S. House of Representatives had a no-brainer in front of them that would have proved once and for all that they really cared about fiscal responsibility - they should have voted “NO” to raise our debt limit as a nation by $1.9 trillion to a whopping $14 trillion. Instead of looking at ways to restrain their spending – like most Americans are doing right now – Congress has decided to saddle more federal debt to the backs of American workers. Minnesota families are strapped enough as it is and that’s why I voted no on this irresponsible measure. A vote to raise the national debt limit without significantly reigning in spending is Washington at its worst. 

More Spending on the Way

Last week, President Obama released a budget that will boost the deficit to a record $1.6 trillion next year alone. That’s an astonishing 10.6% of GDP, the largest deficit as a share of the economy since World War II. Worse yet, the budget doubles the debt in 5 years and triples it by fiscal year 2019.

We simply cannot expect the path of spending bills, stimulus packages and useless commissions to recover our weakened economy.  If President Obama were listening to the American people, he would take the budgeting of our bloated government seriously and look for options beyond more spending financed by taxes on businesses and hard working Americans.

For his part, the President is at least acknowledging that we need to get our spending under control, but he’s not backing up his words with substantive action. He wants to freeze non-security discretionary funding, but doing that will merely freeze spending at the highest funding levels we’ve ever seen. After all, announcing a freeze after first increasing your budget is like touting one’s fiscal restraint when they have cut up maxed out credit cards.

This “freeze” only applies to 12% of the budget, disregards massive new spending programs enacted in the last year and ignores mandatory funding, which is where most of the changes need to be made.

The President has spent more money in his first year in office than any other president in history, and simply stopping now does absolutely nothing to lower the amount of debt that gets passed to you and me, our children and our grandchildren in the form of increased and new taxes.

We’ve maxed out our debt limit, scared off our creditors and burdened future generations with unnecessary debt. The bottom line is that we cannot borrow, spend and bail our way back to a growing economy.

It’s Time For Pink Slips

December 29, 2009 Tips to The Republican Temple

Imagine for a moment that your boss sternly evaluates your job performance, admonishes you for neglecting-even rejecting-your responsibilities, and gives you one final chance to get it right. Now imagine flippantly disregarding everything he said. How much longer do you think you’d be welcome at work?

If you’re a member of Congress, the answer apparently is indefinitely.

Now, it’s time to give the politicians fair warning. But this is not about putting them on notice. It’s not a polite warning. It is simple, common-sense advice. Members of Congress: Tidy up your resumes. Don’t hang any new pictures on your office walls. We the people-your employers-have spoken. Your “service” is no longer needed. The rest of your term is a mere formality. You’ll soon join the tens of millions of jobless Americans. And you have no one to blame but yourself.

Certainly, they can’t deny receiving fair warning.

All they had to do was:

  • Stop spending
  • Back off the business-killing cap-and-trade legislation
  • Not criminalize free speech with the “hate crimes” legislation
  • Forget about socializing health care

Most of them responded with scorn for you, your family and our Constitution. They persisted in pursuing policies that bury us in foreign debt. They squandered the economic opportunities of our children. They cited fraudulent junk science to regulate our breath. They voted to shut down speech that condemns immoral behavior-or even calls it such. Finally-under pressure from the president-they aligned to adopt a government-run health system destined to ration care, downgrade service and bureaucratize life-and-death treatment.

Can you imagine 5 million American Patriots each spending $30.00 each so every member of congress will be put on notice?  This is just the beginning, as of course the media hasn’t touched the story. It is clearly up to us the real main stream media to get the word out.  Must see video of Michelle Bachman on the topic below. Random thoughts while observing the passing parade, J.C.

Pink slips: Last chance to stop socialized medicine
‘This is not the time to give up. This is the time to fight harder’
–WND