Michele Bachmann Puts Her Presidential Delusions on God

| On 31, May 2011

Rep. Michele Bachmann continues to cite God as major factor in any possible presidential run. Well, He does specialize in the impossible, you know...

Let me start by saying, I do not come between anyone and their definition of the God THEY serve. I pray to God for many things, so I know that He is working in my life and He is real for me. Some things, though, I just leave out of my prayers. For instance, I’ll never have a  five-octave range, so I can cease with any prayers about winning a Grammy.

Now on to Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minnesota) who has been under intense media speculation that she will run for the GOP presidential nomination. It’s almost in the bag that she will throw her name in the hat, as she continues to reference a “big announcement” coming up in Waterloo, Iowa.

Anyhow, Crazy Bachmann continues to reference her faith as the reason she may run for the presidency. Again, I’m not hating on her relationship with the Most High. However, I wonder if God also tells her to undermine the current Administration at every turn like she does? It’s rare, if ever, I hear a kind word she has to say about President Obama or his team.

Oh, but she wants President Obama’s office. God must have told her she could do better. Yeah, ok.

In an interview last Friday with Iowa Public Television, Bachmann says about a presidential run decision, “I’ve had that calling and that tugging on my heart that this is the right thing to do…”

Maybe after all this prayer and listening to God, He will tell her that most of rational America looks at her with a strong side-eye. Her non-inclusive and divisive fringe views are the fuel for more jokes about the mockery that would be her “presidency.”

One positive thing that Bachmann does have going for her is I feel she is actually much more qualified than Sarah Palin. She’s crazy, but at least Bachmann is rooted in some type of political/religious “reality.” At least Bachmann hasn’t walked away from her job serving the people of Minnesota in Congress.

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