It is possible that Michele Bachmann could become the next President of the United States of America.
OK, that made me throw up a little in my mouth.
But more and more people are talking about her campaign crashing, even though she seems to have plans to go to New Hampshire.
“Congress is too small for Michele,” said Jack Tomczak, a former political director for Bachmann’s congressional campaign. “Leadership has never given her the opportunity to do much. So I think she’s going to be looking for other avenues where she can be more successful.”
Maybe. But she does seem to be pressing forward:
The Minnesota Congresswoman will be in the Granite State from Oct. 9-12, including stops in Nashua, North Conway, Moultonborough, Henniker and then Hanover for the Oct. 11 debate at Dartmouth College, said Jeff Chidester, the candidate’s senior campaign adviser for New Hampshire.
My strong preference is that she stays in the presidential race long enough to not be able to run for Congress, embarrasses herself and her Tea Party a whole bunch, then fizzles.
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And Tarryl Clark has moved to another district, so she can’t run in the 6th next year.
I think she’s just a distraction to keep people from noticing the other BS going on with other candidates.
Yeah, anyone capable of making Rick Perry look even half-sane is dangerous on that basis alone, even without all the other nonsense.