Michele Bachmann’s Memoir To Be Sold In Walmart’s Toilet Paper Aisle Because Its So Full Of Shit
Just in time for the holidays Michele Bachmann Crazy Overdrive has released her large print, small minded (fantasy) memoir “Core of
Destruction Conviction,” that’s full of so many lies, garbage, and shit it should be sold in the toilet paper section of your local WalMart.
Bachman’s lies begin on page one when describing her candidacy for state Senate in 2000
As Bachmann describes it, she had made a spur-of-the-moment decision to show up for the district nominating convention but had no intention of running for the seat herself; she just wanted to be a part of the democratic process. She was dressed in moccasins and a torn sweatshirt. She was coaxed into putting her name on the ballot, stumbled through her speech, and somehow defeated both the Republican incumbent Gary Laidig and the party machine.
“I was just doing my duty as a citizen, speaking out,” she writes. “It was like that wonderful Norman Rockwell painting from the forties, Freedom of Speech, in which an earnest man speaks out at a town meeting, politely but firmly.”
But that account puts Bachmann in conflict with Bachmann. In 2001, she bragged to the St. Paul Pioneer-Press that she had been planning her primary challenge a year in advance of the convention because of Laidig’s support for the state curriculum standard, Profile of Learning, as well as Minnesota’s compliance with a federal program called Goals 2000. She told the Stillwater Gazette prior to the election that “I told [Laidig] that if he’s not willing to be more responsive to the citizens, then I may have to run for his seat.” As Laidig told The New Yorker’s Ryan Lizza, referring to Bachmann’s citizen crusade, “Michele came to me on several occasions and to my face said, ‘If you don’t vote to get rid of School to Work and Profiles, I will run against you.'”
There’s enough to dispute within the first 13 pages that by the time she announces, on page 14, that she was born in Waterloo, Iowa, you almost want to ask for a birth certificate.
Destruction Conviction,” is Bachmann’s last attempt to save her doomed GOP Presidential campaign and also nothing more to make a few extra bucks for her trouble.
Only true die-hard Bachmann GOP/Teatards out there will be rushing out to get this book.
But you know what they say…..
A fool Teartard and his money are easily parted. (Unless its for the good of the country then it’s MINE MINE MINE!)