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Michele Bachmann says Hurricane Irene was a message from God
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Republican presidential candidate and Tea Party darling Michele Bachmann told a Florida crowd Sunday that Hurricane Irene and other natural disasters are God’s way of telling politicians that they need to downsize government and spend less. The statement is only the latest remark from the candidate implying she has a direct channel with the divine.

http://www.newsytype.com/10709-bachmann-message-from-god/

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Added: Aug-29-2011 
By: TommyBeast
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  • Bachmann, the candidate for those who think Palin wasn't crazy/stupid enough.

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  • This is exactly the kind of nut we need in office. To pray the gay away, to pray the debt away, and to pray the brains away.

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  • Yep... and Michelle Bachmann is God's way of showing us the dangers of eating paint chips when we're kids.

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  • What a fucking nut bag...

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  • Just gets better and better.

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  • Every time she opens her mouth, it's proof there is no god, as no god would ever create creatures THIS stupid.

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  • You would of thought after all these advancements in science and technology we wouldn't still believe that an invisible magic man causes natural disasters over government spending. fucking moron.

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  • I knew it was only a matter of time before these Jesus-soaked God-bothering fucktards blamed natural disasters on supernatural bullshit. I'm damn surprised it took this long to say the earthquake was a message to Washington from God. It hit DC head-on, this was gift wrapped for religious fucktards like Bachmann. Go back to your prayer circle you occultist cow.

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  • lol, just lol.

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  • Like old fool Pat Robertson saying cracks in the washington monument is a sign from god.

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  • What a fucken crazy stupid ass bitch and a sdumbass thing to say. Hope god levels her fucken home and see what she has to say about that.

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  • Well, my Liberal friends will be happy to know this staunch Republican has no intention of voting for her.

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    • @aerodynamic1

      who then? There is almost a test for office among current republican candidates: who can be the most "godly" and anti-intellectual.

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    • @PH-DEE You guys are great. What do you mean "who then"? as if Obama was some sort of epic candidate. He was a junior senator and community organizer. Perry, Romeny, Cain, or any candidate besides Bachmann will run circles around Obama. No Bush to blame, no Iraq war to blame, no economy to blame on anyone but himself. Have fun with that.

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    • @yorba MMM not really. You see the financial crisis was a product of Conservative led deregulation of banks and the derivatives market.

      The leading contributors to the current deficit are the Bush tax cuts and the 2 unending wars that were started by Bush.

      Exactly what was the Republican plan to help the economy? Cut spending? Like the austerity measures that the conservative government of the UK enacted which completely reversed their almost recovered economy?

      The Republicans do nothing but More..

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    • @yorba

      I wasn't talking about Obama.

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  • my penis caused hurricane irene

    im surprised nutbags arent out there blaming the hurricane on israel or bush

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  • She's a nail short of a crucifixion.

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  • "Bachman, Republican presdential candidate and batshit crazy lady..."

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  • She's wacked out!!..who was responsible for the previous hurricanes of the last 50 years then?..the next time the media covers her eating a corn dog it should have a big vein running down the back of it.

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  • and people would really cote for this kind of idiot?

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  • She isn't a member of that whack-job Westboro Baptist Church I hope!

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  • Wouldn't a natural disaster kind of be the opposite signal from God - that governments should be spending more money due to the inevitable recovery and reconstruction efforts?

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