Michele Bachmann is NOT building momentum in her candidacy for President in 2012, but one man wants to believe that the media is hurling unbelievable untruths (the same given to Sarah Palin’s run) toward Michele Bachmann. But the truth is that they both have been discredited with very good reasoning.
Mark McKinnon of The Daily Beast is stating his case for his conservative, tea party girlfriend Michele Bachmann saying that she is indeed a “player” in the 2012 Presidential election. He mentioned a quote from Michele Bachmann that is also under fire:
“As a constitutional conservative, I believe in … a limited government that trusts in and preserves the unlimited potential of the American people. I don’t believe that the solutions to our problems come from Washington. More than ever, Washington is the problem, and the real solutions will come from our businesses, our communities, our schools, and the most basic and powerful unit of all—our families.”
According to MSNBC’s Ed Show, hosted by Al Sharpton last night, we see the credible evidence of why media sees Michele Bachmann as a joke. Sharpton quickly dispels her “limited government” comments with the fact that she took government money to benefit her business she maintains with her husband, Marcus Bachmann. Bachmann is against President Obama’s healthcare reform, yet her husband’s clinic accepted $137,000 in medicaid funds for what she calls “training.”
Check out Bachmann’s well-earned media criticism from Sharpton. Sorry McKinnon! You get no audience here! Check out his full report here…if you can get through it.