Bachmann Gives Everyone (Including Herself) A Crippling Headache

The wacky world of moonbat-crazy Michele Bachmann just keeps on spinning out of control in its own alternative universe. On Planet Bachmann the “shot heard round the world” was fired from New Hampshire. Our nation’s founding fathers were not actual slave owners, but rather they “worked tirelessly to end slavery”. Climate change is a “hoax”. “Hundreds and hundreds” of Nobel Prize winning scientists “believe in intelligent design” and not in the theory of evolution. Judges tell children that they “must learn that homosexuality is normal and you should try it”. Homosexuals “are part of Satan” and federal subsidies and Medicaid are horrible unless they are paid in the form of farm subsidies to Bachmann’s family and Medicaid payments to her husband’s counseling center which tells its patients they can “pray the gay away” (BTW, Marcus Bachmann should take a look in the mirror). Planet Bachmann you see, is very much like Bizarro World, the alternative cube-shaped planet often visited by Superman in which the planetary code of conduct is “Us do opposite of all Earthly things! Us hate beauty! Us love ugliness! Is big crime to make anything perfect on Bizarro World!”

The beauty of the unexplored territories of Planet Bachmann is that we learn something new, weird and interesting every day. For instance, she told us last week,

“If Congress fails to raise the debt ceiling by $2.5 trillion that somehow the United States will go into default and we will lose the full faith and credit of the United States. That is simply not true.”

Well, Michele, on Planet Bachmann it may not be true but here on Planet Earth it certainly is. In fact, the only other person that seems to agree with Bachmann is her special visiting dignitary Ron Paul from the Planet Paul. Everyone with even half a brain here on Earth knows that if the debt ceiling is not raised so that the U.S. can live up to its obligations and pay its bills, the value of the dollar will plummet, the deficit will soar, the nation’s credit rating will plummet, interest rates will soar and we might be driven into an economic depression.

But wait, there is more. We learned yesterday that the Tea Party-backed Republican candidate for President frequently suffers from severe migraine headaches that have at least three times landed her in the hospital. The Daily Caller reports that Bachmann “suffers from stress-induced medical episodes that she has characterized as severe headaches.” So stress causes Bachmann to suffer debilitating headaches which require hospitalization? Well then obviously on Planet Bachmann, the Presidency is a job which induces no stress at all. Unfortunately for Bachmann and all other Earthlings however, the Presidency of the United States is probably the most stress-filled position on Earth. Imagine this conversation with a top adviser:

Adviser: “Ms. President we have a problem and I need to speak to you.”

President Bachmann: “What is it?”

Adviser: “We just received credible information that terrorist hijackers have entered our airspace and plan to crash the aircraft into strategic and symbolic U.S. targets.”

President Bachmann: “I haven’t got time for this now. I just developed a debilitating headache and I need to check in to the hospital. Talk to me in a day or to when this thing passes.”

How is that for a cool headed Commander In Chief? There is also the question as to just what level of stress induces these headaches. Is it the huge amount of stress which occurs during an international event or is it the more mundane type of stress induced  by say, an economic recession or an opposing party Senate minority leader who claims that his highest priority is to have you defeated in the next election? The situations are countless but do we Americans really want the opportunity to have this type of a headache of  our own? Lynnrockets thinks not.

The best course of action would be for all of us to click our heels together and chant, “Back to Planet Bachmann, Back to Planet Bachmann, Back to Planet bachmann…” Hey it worked in a movie I once saw.

Please remember to click on the song link below to familiarize yourselves with the tune and to have more fun singing along with today’s song parody.

American Woman song link:


(sung to the Guess Who song “American Woman”)

Republican women they’ve all lost their minds
Republican women, they’ve really lost their minds
Republican women they’ve all lost their minds
Republican women they’ve all lost their minds

Say “R”, say “E”, say “P”
Say “L”, say “I”, say “C”
Say “A” “N”

Republican women they’ve all lost their minds
Republican women they’ve all lost their minds
Republican women they’ve all lost their minds

Republican women, stay away from me
Republican women, from the G.O.P.
You are someone I’ll just ignore
I don’t wanna see your face no more
I got more important things to do
And I will never be sold on you

Now women, I said stay away

Republican women, listen what I say

Republican women, have no dignity
Republican women, and their tea-parties
Like I told you the time before
Michele Bachmann is just a bore
Mann Coulter I do despise
Malkin has a lazy eye
Now women, I said get away
Republican women, listen what I say

Republican women, it’s clear as day
Republican women, they’re no Tina Fey
Talk about defending our shores
Their husbands prefer time with whores
Jean Schmidt always makes a scene
Sarah Palin thinks she’s queen
Mary Matalin’s hypnotized
Ingraham’s mouth is super-sized
Now women, from the G.O.P.
Republican women, mama let me be

Go, gotta get away, gotta get away
Now go go go
Gonna leave you, women
Gonna leave you, women
You’re no good for me
I’m no good for you
Gonna look you right in the eye.
Tell you what I’m gonna do
You know I’m gonna leave
You know I’m gonna go
You know I’m gonna leave
You know I’m gonna go, women
I’m gonna leave, women
Goodbye, Republican women


Posted on July 20, 2011, in Michele Bachmann and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Maybe some of this explains why she went through so many staff members in such a short period of time. Not the migraines, because she’s a Froot Loop.

  2. God help us

    “I fought behind closed doors against my own party on TARP. It was a wrong vote then. It’s continued to be a wrong vote since then.”- Michelle Bachmann.

    For teabaggers, the TARP hostage crisis was such a terrible event that they would have chosen to brave a worse financial disaster instead. The debt-ceiling vote must be another trick- better a market cataclysm than another “sellout” vote. And who is screwing our great nation? The same tax-cutting Wall Street “job creators” who finance the Republican Party!

    After the constant parade of teabaggin’ politicians pontificating about economic matters it’s a miracle if Moddy’s doesn’t downgrade us to “fully retarded”.

  3. Teabagger Steve King (Iowa) explains…

    “But we would hold our full faith in credit together regardless, unless the president had decided to punish America by refusing to pay our bills.”

  4. As someone who suffers from migraines, I have to say in Michele’s defense that while I’m occasionally disabled by them, I’m able to work and have a productive life. I don’t think headaches are a reason not to vote for Michele…I do think there are much better reasons not to vote for her, such as her wacky views on homosexuality and her mental stability….

    • I agree with you. I’m going a bit over the top but just trying to make a point. I undersatand that migraines are a very difficult malady and I hope that anybody that suffers from them can find some relief.

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