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October 21, 2011

Bachmann Doesn't Care If You Think She's A Racist

Bachmann Brief: Bigotry Is OK

Michele Bachmann (R-MN), better known as Bozo in these parts, has never met a pledge she hasn’t liked. In a long line of asshole moves, her signature was affixed to a pledge being promoted by an organization called  Americans for Securing the Border (ASB). ASB is asking all presidential candidates to sign this pledge, which calls for construction of a secure double fence along the US-Mexico border.

The chairman of this new group, Van Hipp, said:

“For decades now many politicians have only given lip service to the war on our border. The rule of law has been ignored and clearly the federal government has been derelict in its duty in defending our borders.

Consequently, we have a flood of illegal immigrants into our country, as well as violent drug gangs, human traffickers, and potential terrorists. No longer can we afford to ignore the national security and economic consequences of inaction.”

In a speech made in Perry Iowa, Bozo defended her support for the border fence, and claimed that whether you think constructing a fence has racist or bigoted overtones, that Iowans don’t care about how people characterize their views, because “they are tired of paying for other people.” So anyone that tells the truth, and calls out the bigots among us who are prejudiced and racist - be damned, because Bozo talks to people, and they tell her that you can wear your bigotry right on your sleeve.

"Some say it's not OK to talk about this subject because that somehow means we are prejudiced or bigoted or biased against Hispanics. That's not what I hear from the people of Iowa. They are tired of paying for other people."

‘Bozo’ Bachmann says it’s OK to be bigoted and prejudiced, and she wants to be President? Now we know why she signed “The Marriage Vow A Declaration of Dependence on Marriage and Family” that said African-Americans were better off in 1860 America, than they are today.

It’s now de rigeur for Republican presidential candidates to espouse racist and homophobic views, while thousands of Americans applaud them.

I don’t know about anyone else, but when I hear Bozo say things like this, it pisses me off. It should also piss off anyone who isn’t a white heterosexual male.


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