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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Michele Bachman: Why I'd Rather Have All Men Under Me

In a management capacity, that is. It's inane twits like Michelle Bachman and Sarah Palin who give women, even soccer moms, a bad name - except for old farty nearsighted Republican men who can't see beneath the surface.

Michelle, oh Michelle, what will that brainless wonder spit out next? Something like, "They're advocating net neutrality, which is essentially censorship of the Internet!" When you recover, look at the video.



If I lived in Minnesota, I'd be too ashamed to admit it.

17 comments:

  1. Greeting's Ms.TNlib!

    This is where I heard of all this at first(your posting's), and it has got to the point for me to where it is getting all too complex(I'm kind of a simple feller, on many thing's, unless it come's to my money), on who want's to censor who, reason's, etc. But at the same time it's interesting. I am one who is opposed to censorship, I of course have my own limit's on what I will post or say, and I am sure most other's do as well. Regardless if I like or care for what one say's online, or on the airwave's, should not matter in my opinion .... because I have a "choice" of what I want to hear or listen to. And I am also one that will at least give anyone with any topic at least a "listen". But any kind of censorship .... or any other trickery that amount's basically to censorship with a new pop culture label, I oppose. Thank You Ms.TNlib ........ it was interesting.

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  2. It is getting to the point where I don't even listen to republicans any more. It seems to me they have a very hard time telling the truth. I guess they figure we are just too lazy to listen to other sources and figure things our for ourselves.

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  3. I'm getting so I listen less and less but I kind of want to keep one ear open - just in case one of them tells the truth!

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  4. If that happens, better check the temperature of Hell and watch out for flying pigs.

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  5. Bachman is every closed minded, backward thinking right wing males dream. An obedient and loyal woman.


    She says what they want to hear. Dresses the way they want her to dress. Acts like a miserable, Leona Helmsly like shrew to employees. (My daughter has been reading several of the blogs I frequent so I couldn't use the most apt word to describe Mrs. Bachman)

    And no doubt she would stand by her man if he were caught screwing sheep. She would tell us how wonderful he is for being an animal lover.

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  6. JC: I'd probably just faint dead away.

    Truth: Ten to one your daughter has heard a lot more than you know. But I like your comments.

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  7. Leslie,
    that was painful to watch.Like being waterboarded but with a horrible insane voice on top of it all.

    Listening to one truly stupid individual and a misanthrope like Hannity is a little version of hell.

    Govt owns mortgages? They purchased non-voting preferred shares.Equity. Or exchanged debt (treasuries)for Equity.

    Temp ownership-they didn't purchase mortgages. Stock has nothing to do with the actual assets the company has. Like if you bought shares in Toys R Us, you'd have stock not a bunch of Tickle Me Elmo dolls. Hannity isn't stupid, if he had any credibility he'd call her out, he could do it in an accomodating way.

    What a couple of ignorant buffoons.

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  8. Oso: Sometimes I think they get together before the show and make up a list of talking points and giggle and snort how one or another will get to the libs.

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  9. Isn't Bachmann a piece of work, Hannity just fed her lines, she knew what was coming, him quoting the Wall Street Journal, a newspaper owned by his boss Rupert Murdoch.

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  10. She said it-it must be true. Every person who voted for her is damn near a clone of her. Yikes!

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  11. When you are an entertainer, facts are of no consequence. When you are a politician, facts are only useful if they support your benefactors.

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  12. How does Sean Hannity say all this stuff with a straight face? He must really have to practice. A lot. A whole lot.

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  13. Right now, I'm kindof glad that Mr. Bee has the wifi so screwed up that I can't watch videos without buffering every 5 seconds...cause I'd already be ready to pull my hair out, without even watching bachman. What a loon!

    I don't buy the censorship thing either - I don't like it, won't tolerate it, but I figure it's everyone's civic duty to engage the "inner moderator" before shooting off one's mouth :)

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  14. It's really dangerous for me to watch these idiots spout their inane lies. One day I may really throw a shoe through my monitor and that would be costly.

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  15. I think I'm getting really tired of these people. Maybe that's what they want?

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  16. Can you imagine if Fox news had to allow responsible rebuttal for even a small part of their seditious slander?

    That's why they call the Fairness Doctrine a form of "censorship" but when the right wing radio broadcasters shut down any talk about reading the names of the dead in Iraq and Afghanistan at the beginning at the beginning of Bush War II - it was outrageous to call that censorship. Corporate censorship isn't illegal and that's why the erosion of policies limiting the number of media outlets one entity can own is so dangerous.

    They do it because they can get away with it and they can get away with it because we're stupid and ill informed and we don't want to hear otherwise.

    Present company excluded, of course.

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  17. Capt-no-fog-there: I really don't understand how they can keep their license. Not because I don't agree with them but because they are sedicious.

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